From then Ohio unemployment compensation information page under the section titled Attending School
"Although individuals generally are not eligible for benefits attending school full-time, the following exceptions may allow you to collect benefits while in school:......"
This within itself is an oxymoron because if you don't attend school full-time you won't be receiving a huge chunk of financial aid that will leave you with huge bills at the end of every semester/quarter. In essence you'll be screwed.
Let me be clear that most students do not qualify under the exceptions. I believe I told you all about applying during the pregnancy situation, & all the prior years I've applied for simple foodstamp benefits when I can't afford to eat without maxing out my credit card. You also won't receive the housing program credit for grad students either without squeaky clean records of not having to take out a loan for school, which most students nowadays have to, especially in Ohio, because they're cutting all the ******** GRANT PROGRAMS & MONEY! Go ******** figure!
In the end Ohio doesn't give two shits about students.
· Thu Aug 15, 2013 @ 02:00pm · 0 Comments