I just got back from my school after straightening out my financial aid. I will owe $27,000. I will no longer receive aid because I'm on suspension. The type of school I'm attending is career training, and 96% is passing. Anything below that is failing. It's a specific type of career I've chosen. 98% of students don't graduate on time, and 98% of students enter the suspension phase, no matter how hard they work. I want to give you an idea of the pressure I'm under. The question is: How much of this pressure can I stand. I really want to do this type of work, but to get to a secure professional career is pure hell. I never want to go back to customer service, data entry, market research. I figure that I've made it this far, and I can't afford to go back to those crummy jobs. I feel a strong sense of panic coming on.