Never thought I would be the one to agree with that.
I mean, I would literally die of happiness if I had the opportunity to stay in school, learning for the rest of my life.
Instead, it seems lately the more information I get the more depressed I become.
Sometimes, ignorance really is bliss.
As you may have read in my last post I had a life changing experience at Boston University. However, the euphoria was short lived.
I’ve been doing a lot of research and found out a few important things:
1) I am not eligible for any student loans from Boston University
2) There is a good chance Public Relations is not eligible for student loans from the bank
3) I’ll be going out of country, so getting loans from the bank will be more than difficult
4) The OSAP application won’t be up until the end of August, but I’ll probably only get about 10,000.
It absolutely breaks my heart that it is this difficult to get to graduate school. I have spent my entire undergraduate career looking forward to this moment and yet I feel like I’m asking for money for sex and drugs. Like really? I just want to learn, I’m not hiring freaking hit man.
So essentially, I’m still looking for donations to Rebecca’s Please For The Love Of God I Want To Go To BU Fund.
I did, however, take a big step today:
I have officially accepted my acceptance to Boston University and put down my tuition deposit.
A Boston girl via Toronto. University of Toronto, Sheridan College, and Boston University alumna. Passionate about ending domestic violence. Hoping to never go a day without carbs or chocolate.