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I can't register for classes, because I still owe over $500 in tuition. I've been working with DCYF for a $5,000 grant toward my tuition for the past year and a half, and it still hasn't come through. All the guy has to do is drop the check in the mail. The financial counselor I've been corresponding with has said she's willing to do all the paperwork.

I e-mailed this guy three days ago, and he still hasn't gotten back to me. Besides this, I signed the paperwork he needed back in January.

I think it's time for an angry phone call. Or, you know, to let slip the italics of rage.

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j_guda
Apr. 7th, 2005 06:58 pm (UTC)
Is it some kind of law that most people working in student financial aid have to be incompetent? The only person who gets anything done in the FA department at my school is the secretary. Without her I think there would be riots. I know I would have strangled someone.

Best of luck getting it sorted out quickly!
callea
Apr. 8th, 2005 02:11 am (UTC)
Yes, in fact, I believe it is a law that FA employees be incompetent. I thought the people at my first college were bad, but then the ones at my second college topped them.

One thing they did at the first one was when I called them to see if there was anything I needed to give them, they told me no. Then a month later I saw my name on a call list in the hallway for people who needed to fill out paperwork. My name had been on the list for like 3 months and by that point, the paperwork was late. It wouldn't have been if they'd have told me when I called them.

The people at the other college didn't have a clue what was going on. They even sent me bills and award letters after I stopped going there.

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