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Paying For College

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Paying For College
By:Lindsey Aguzin
Current Situation
I got into a public university. Family Income: $200,000, but my family has decided not to help. I am a resident of North Carolina.
GOAL!
To successfully pay for college without a lot of debt following me.
Thank you!
Fayetteville State University
I will be majoring in Business Administraton with a concentration in Human Resources.
Per Year:
Cost of In-State Tuition: $2,832.76
Room & Board+Meals: $6,991.76
Fees: $4,159.00
Anticipated Financial aid:$3,045
Work Study: $2,102.50
Loans Taken: $35,344.08 for all 4 years
Loan Repayment Plan: $410.85 per month for the next 10 years, once I graduate. This will work, because my average salary as a Human Resources Manager is $99,720 and the loan calculator says I need to make at least $49,113 which I will once I graduate.






Why I chose Fayetteville State University and Winston-Salem State University
I chose Fayetteville State University and Winston-Salem State University because of the In-State benefits and how it financially fit for myself. I knew I would be going to a public university and that I would be paying for college by myself, so staying in-state was the best fit. Also, Fayetteville State University and Winston-Salem State University were two of the cheapest, accredited public universities in the state of North Carolina. In comparison, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill would have me in twice as much debt, so choosing Fayetteville State University and Winston-Salem State University was the smartest choice.
Winston-Salem State University
I will be majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resources
Per Year:
Cost of In-State Tuition+Fees:$7,434.16
Room & Board+Meals: $6,560.50
Work Study: $2,902.50
Loans Taken:$44,368.64 for all 4 years
Loan Repayment Plan: $515.75 per month for the next 10 years, once I graduate. This will work, because my average starting salary as a Human Resources Manager is $99,720 and the loan calculator says I need to make at least $57,505 which I will once I graduate.
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