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Dear Financial Aid,
My first semester at Kutztown University was simply just trial and error, not knowing how to approach college and basically getting started. I returned for my second semester knowing what I was doing and taking all my classes seriously and doing very well in them. However, during this semester my next-door neighbors, in my same house, got busted with over 200 grams of crack cocaine. However, although the raid happened in late March, people have been legitimately walking into my house, thinking it is the right address, looking for drugs for a couple of months now. The raid completely derailed my chance for academic success. Nearing the end of the semester, and a day before I was going to come home for the weekend, the other half to my home was completely raided by the ATF and the Kingston Police. The only people living at my house when I am at school is my disabled father, my mother, and my younger brother. During that weekend, countless drug addicts were showing up looking for the remaining drugs and my family and I were terrified. I did what I thought I had to do and I stayed and protected my family. There were multiple altercations between strangers and my father and I during that week and I was scared if something were to happen to him knowing he is extremely vulnerable if anything were to have happened. I was no longer ahead and doing good in my classes but now behind with no way to catch up. I begged professors and told them exactly what happened, while even showing them the article but nobody took it seriously. This will clearly never happen again. Please reconsider, but if I am still ineligible, thanks for considering.
Thanks for everything,