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Moondrop

590d

I want to study a Bachelor's in Psychology but have no income. I found one that accepted me but I'll be in debt afterwards. I can't stop thinking about the debt to even focus on getting ready for class..

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    • SourLemons

      588d

      plenty of people here have already mentioned, but there are many resources you can look to before and even during your time in college for help with finances. i'm currently in uni, so i'm right there with you. i think even worse than attending an expensive educational program is not being able to study and pursue the career you want. i'm stuck in that rut and it isn't fun having regrets about where i wanted to be in life. i hope it works out for you and that you get to chase your dreams! sending hugs ♡

    • SourLemons

      588d

      plenty of people here have already mentioned, but there are many resources you can look to before and even during your time in college for help with finances. i'm currently in uni, so i'm right there with you. i think even worse than attending an expensive educational program is not being able to study and pursue the career you want. i'm stuck in that rut and it isn't fun having regrets about where i wanted to be in life. i hope it works out for you and that you get to chase your dreams! sending hugs ♡

    • lydi88

      588d

      babe i’m $50k in debt from student loans and i graduate with a bachelors in psych next month. your. brain. is. always. worth it. do it.

    • HolaLola

      590d

      Make sure to consider what kind of career you want. You may need to continue education after bachelor's based on your goals. I'm still paying off my loans but am almost done. I use my psych background a lot in my current job but looking back I should've thought more about what I wanted to do with my degree.

      • Moondrop

        589d

        @HolaLola I am definitely aiming for counselor, therapist, or psychologist. So I intend to continue education if I can. Thank you for the tips

    • Keelin

      590d

      I'm finishing up bachelor's currently. Several schools have income based grants and scholarships that you can look into to ease the cost. Definitely contact your school's financial aod office and/or your assigned academic advisor. If you want to start by getting general education out of the way (or an associates), a community college that can save you money too. I hope that helps. 🙂

      • Moondrop

        589d

        @Keelin Thank you. That does help.

    • itwasallyellow

      590d

      I have a bachelors in psych/sociology and working on a masters right now. It’s worth it if you’re happy! Finding a career that doesn’t feel like work is worth every penny. Money comes and goes, experiences and knowledge last forever. ❤️

      • Moondrop

        590d

        @itwasallyellow Thank you. That made me feel better.

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