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2016-01-21 02:44:45 Post No. 1052020
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Hey /biz/, was wondering if you can give me some advice.
I signed a contract with my university. I thought I was going to get more money through channels, but turned out a bit short. By the end of this semester, I'll be at a five grand deficit for my college expenses, which is basically my housing bill. I applied there with financial hardship as through their contract: (http://www.housing.wisc.edu/documents/residence-halls-contract-15-16.pdf). However, they have denied me even though I have legitimately expressed being unable to pay for it (I have a job, can't take out a private loan due to no co-signers/credit, unable to do research studies and no work study is available to me. Also I am short on scholarships.
At this point, do I take them to court? I'm starting to document all that I have done for my situation at this minute (I had even gone to a bank to ask for a loan knowingly full well they wouldn't give it to me. I have it in writing.)
TL;DR Need Advice for a Claims Dispute.