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vmg Said,
December 31st, 2010 @6:30 pm  

Yes. It doesn’t matter the mode of instruction. That’s not how fin aid is determined. As long as the online courses are from the college you receive aid from then online courses are treated no different than face to face instruction. I think colleges now a days are offering more online classes due to the high number of “non traditional” students. Best of luck!

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spidermanjamal Said,
December 31st, 2010 @6:42 pm  

I don’t think so, but you can ask the people offering the courses… that is the best source for anything.. and if they offer the courses and have financial assistance such as grants, loans then I think you will be fine.. I don’t ever and have never hurd of online scholarship to anything…. I am sure scholarship is earned so why would they let you go online for it.. lolol
Best education is a vacation to another country.

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