Help Jess Graduate

Hey y’all, it’s Jess.
If you know me, you know I’m typically the last person who asks for help. I let myself deal with the struggle, and usually find a way out of it. 
Unfortunately, I’ve been in this struggle for a while, and I’m starting to feel like I’m drowning, and am watching the surface getting further away.
Originally we had projected that I would graduate in December of 2017, however my financial aid had changed and I wasn’t given the amount I needed for me to have a full 15 hour semester anymore. A minor setback, I thought. I saw myself graduating instead December, 2018. Fast forward and come to find out, my advisor didn’t mention that I needed one last class to graduate when we had sat together to register me for my classes this semester (Fall, 2018) I was told however not to worry, that I could take an online class this December as a Winter-Mester class. (Which actually counts as a spring 2019 class)
However, as I had been projected to graduate this fall, I didn’t get any aid for the spring. Which means, I have a month to get 1,200 together to pay for this class, or I won’t get to graduate. 
I have had 2 jobs this fall, and have worked 60 hours a week to try to make ends meet, and at this point I’m feeling pretty hopeless. 
If nothing ends up working out, I’ll probably get a payday loan, but I’ve been trying to avoid this scary fate. 
If anyone out there has anything to give, please help. I’ll walk your dogs and clean your cars and do your dishes if need be!!!!

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Jessie Webb 
Denton, TX
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