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How to Get a Free Doctoral Degree

Hey Guys! It’s been awhile right?! I know but I am back and ready to give you all the information you need! If you missed it last week on my channel , I discussed how you can get a free doctorate degree. If you’ve been following my doctoral journey, then you know that I am currently working towards my doctoral degree in higher education. I recently finished all of my coursework and I am officially working on my dissertation proposal this semester. I chose to work at a university so that I could not only work with students but so that I could also receive a discounted education. In the beginning of my journey, I received a $1,600 stipend towards my courses, and I paid fees out of pocket. I also received several scholarships along the way that helped to cover most of my fees. Last year my university decided to cover doctoral degrees at 100% for all professional staff which was a major benefit. While I understand that most folks do not want to join the education world don’t let this s

All Things Student Loan Forgiveness

Hey Guys! I know it’s been awhile since my last post so I decided to do a recap of student loan forgiveness to get back on track ! By now we’ve all heard about student loan forgiveness and and heard out fair share of critics.  Here’s the facts: 1. Singles who make less than 125K and couples who make less than 250K are NOT eligible for loan forgiveness  2. Pell grant recipients will receive 20K in loan forgiveness while those who did not will receive $10K 3. There is no overage. If you owe $4K you will only have $4K forgiven based on the restrictions above  4. There is nothing you need to do if the Department of Education has your income on file. If not, an application will be available in October 2022 5. The final student loan pause needs in 12/2022 Below is a thumbnail of my YouTube video “Do I Regret Paying My Student Loans?” where I am looking away from the camera with my finger under my chin. There is a perplexed look on my face. I recently was asked I regret paying off my student