Buzz I Pay $900 A Month In Student Loans 3 months ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest “I definitely did not understand what I was signing up for.” Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts How Good Of A Roommate Are You? June 30, 2016 8 Stages of Marathon Running May 14, 2016 The moving story of this young lady's first job and her passion for paying it forward. March 28, 2017 These 9 powerful portraits are more than art. They're acts of resistance. August 7, 2016 Detectives Play Clue January 8, 2016 I Was Sexually Abused By The Catholic Church March 7, 2016 19 Comments Jordan Fan December 7, 2017 People need to realize that while she has every right to follow her dreams, she does not have the right to follow her dreams with guaranteed success. She acknowledges that she made an irresponsible financial decision without properly taking the time to inform herself, but then spends the rest of the video blaming the system for her choice. College will never be free, because somebody will always have to pay for a commodity. The question is whether it is more moral to keep more of your money and pay for your own college, or to demand that others do it for you. A Scott December 7, 2017 Oh my !!! I wonder if she's in standard repayment !? $100k, I couldn't imagine Yi Wei Zhang December 7, 2017 It's tough going to a private school paying big tuition and getting a degree like communications or literature or whatever that doesn't pay bills… cynthiadvm December 7, 2017 I'm in the same boat. Check out the Givling app, helps crowdfund loans by playing daily trivia . You need an invite code (to prove you aren't a bot) mine is: CT123230 Dani Day December 7, 2017 Me too MoonBhean December 7, 2017 I'm about to graduate. This was a horrible video to watch Finn Frank December 7, 2017 so because she made a made decision/wrong career she expects the rest of us to pay for her debt? Should the government pay for my parent's new cow barn or hog barn they built? Paz With me December 7, 2017 Drama and communication? That kinda explains it. Alliaaa December 7, 2017 omg Alliaaa December 7, 2017 its like the government scamming innocent students CaraMarie13 December 7, 2017 And I bet the interest thar accrued while she was school capitalized. People really need to watch out for that because that's going to make the situation way worst. Liz Hoffman December 7, 2017 “Education should not be a debt sentence.” Ryan Faulkenberry December 7, 2017 The video would have you believe that this girl tripped and fell and landed in $100k of debt. The reality is: she spent years accumulating this debt at a high interest rate without ever stopping to consider the consequences, or how she would pay it off. Nobody forced her to take these loans out. Alyssa saldana December 7, 2017 Drama and communication? Not the best degree choice. Chase Thomsen December 7, 2017 Why would you go into a useless major if you cared about money Alex Awesomepotatosauce December 7, 2017 People do this all the time… they think oh high school is almost over let me apply to 8 different colleges that are out of state where i have to dorm and loan so much money… and without doing much research on an interest rate… sure a good college is good reputation for a job, but how happy will you be with that job after struggling for so long. I hope you better have a job that you really enjoy. Karalyn Niette December 7, 2017 basically this is new age slavery where we are at in a society you will go to high school and they will brain wash you to think that if you don't go to college you will.never have anything or any money but the truth is it's kinda the other way and they're doing that on purpose. you have to learn to think for yourself or you'll pay for it. I did a highschool cosmetology program and went to school after that to finish my license I was less than 5 grand in debt and the pay off is more than enough to be comfortable with…I bought a new car in under one year.. while living with my boyfriend who worked at a pizza place. kyngNick December 7, 2017 This is the kind of video that should go viral Courtney K December 7, 2017 This is why you should go to an affordable college. If you don't get a massive scholarship, going to a state school for undergrad or community college for a year or so is completely fine. You'll still get a good education and ultimately, a degree. It seems like she went to a really good school, which is awesome, but you gotta do what's best for you financially as well.