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I think a big thing that involves furthering your education is biting the bullet and taking out loans. Also, during school, many colleges and universities offer work-study programs where you can work during school and still make some money for some of your living expenses. Also, certain majors have certain grants to make school more affordable like nursing.
Go to this link you will find jobs that allow you to work from home and pick your own schedule, only thing you need is a quite arrea, land line pone, and a computer, some companies require that you pay for your own background check, but you will make money on your own time. This is actually how i paid for my college education.
Student loan alternatives
2. Pay as You Go
3. Tuition Reimbursement From Your Employer
4. Attend College Part Time
5. Take a Heavier Class Load
Other means of making money
- Freelance writing
-Become An Online Personal Trainer
-Run Your own retail store online
-Become a product tester
-Telecommute from your own home office
-Tutor from home
-Become an online juror
-Sell items on Craigslist
-Pet sitter or dog walker
-Open an Etsy shop
-Start a blog
-Participate in focus groups
You may want to consider going to a junior/city college and transferring to a university to reduce out-of-pocket cost.
Scheduling work and school is often a challenge; another alternative you may want to consider is distance/online education. There are reputable/accredited schools that you can attend completely online. This will grant you flexibility in finding a job and getting your education. You can find some schools here: http://www.geteducated.com/
I hope this helps. Good luck!