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Old 04-25-2017, 09:08 PM   #41
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That was a good find. Agree with that.
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Old 04-25-2017, 09:25 PM   #42
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The part I'm wrestling with (and which another response got me researching better) whether given my financial circumstances they will be able to get access to subsidized student loans. I was making the conservative assumption that they wouldn't and that I would have to be the bank. Sounds like that may be a bad assumption for the graduate school portion of a PharmD. If so, that makes this A LOT easier.
Unfortunately, the information I gave you before about being an independent student (and thus getting financial aid for graduate school) was incomplete and may not apply to you.

What I was referring to is the third bullet item in the list here:

https://fafsa.ed.gov/fotw1718/help/fftoc02k.htm

But I also noticed the disclaimer at the top: "(Note: Law school and health profession students may be required to provide parental information regardless of their dependency status.)"

which is ambiguous but ominous. In further investigation, page 15 or so of this PDF makes it seem like parental income is taken into consideration for determining need:

https://bhw.hrsa.gov/sites/default/files/bhw/hpsl.pdf
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