my school has told us students that each of us needs to pay 10% tuition out of pocket and due to the fact that us poor students can pay that, the school is having us cash two checks totaling a little over 1000$ out of our student assistance fund to return to the school. Now im not sure if this is legal or proper by any means as i dont see why it wouldnt have been calculated up front. it seems as if this school is out for profit and has found some loophole to score more money from students saf funds. plz help me clear this issue up asap. we r all poor and i believe being takin advantage of.
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