Appeal Letter

Topics: Part-time, 2006 albums, Full-time Pages: 1 (483 words) Published: May 5, 2013
To Whom It May Concern,
This letter is written in an attempt to appeal my academic probation and allow me to receive financial aid so I can continue my college education. During Module 3 and 4 my grades were poor. The cause is no less than my own fault, but I believe the circumstances I faced led my focus away from my education. In the beginning of 2012 I found out I was going to become a dad and that was a huge impact for my life so I had to get my self together and I knew going to school getting my degree would give me that opportunity to make my life and son life better but having to deal with my grandma suffered a heart attack and pasting away was an event that sent my world into a spiral, then also having to move to another state and not being stable enough to keep focus I was thrown off and this cause me to be in a depression mode. I continued school as best I could and helped my mother and take care of my grandma medical bills I took out additional loans for much more than was needed to pay for school. I was also out of a job and living off savings and credit cards, which was a huge mistake. Beginning towards the end of 2012 my bills began to pile up and I was getting behind. I managed to get a part-time job to help pay for bills and was still trying to go to school, but as the bills mounted part-time work wasn't enough to keep me afloat. I had to start working full time. I tried to continue my schoolwork as best as I can, but as time went on work took over my life and my education took a backseat. I didn't plan on this happening and I didn't want to withdrew from classes because school was the only thing I have at bettering my life and I constantly told myself I could maintain this , but it never worked for me. Now that I have stabilized myself a lot I have my own place full access to the internet in a very well comfortable environment I can guarantee improvement, I do not work at the moment I know I can be more responsible and take on a light,...
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