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KenFred

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I am hoping to be attending dental school in 2005; however, I do have a question regarding financial aid. I am currently married and will probably have to move closer to school once I start. The school I want to attend does not offer housing. In this case can I include some of my living costs (rent, utilities, etc) into my loan amount?

I am new to the financial aid process so please be as detalied as you can.

If I am unable to do so I do not think I can afford to go to school. What other ways can I go about this?

Thanks
 

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The dental school will include a housing allowance in their annual budget (although it may be much much less than you are currently spending on housing) they use to determine your loan amounts.

Read some of the other threads in this forum to get an idea of what the financial aid process entails.
 
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