||[Feb. 28th, 2010|06:20 pm]
The Question Club
So in September 2007 I dropped out of college. |
I'd registered for classes and then dropped all of them before the deadline. I was on TIP: (Tuition Installment Plan) and couldn't afford payments. So I dropped.
So the college I was going to sent me a report card; apparently, two of the five classes I dropped didn't go through. So I got an A in Anthropology and an F in Introductory Algebra.
But I dropped these along with the other classes.
Then, after the report card, I started getting bills from the college that said I owed $900. I ignored them, because I'd dropped the classes and was generally a fuck-up at this time.
So now the bills are with a collections agency.
I want to go back to school, this particular school (both because they have my transcripts and are a community college, so are affordable).
Do I pay the school the money, or the collections agency?
Or, is there a way to fight it?
It would have been better to fight it way back when, but like I said, I was kinda fucked up and broke.
Serious answers only?