College Junior 2013-09-03T14:53:14Z
Alvernia only has about three or four scholarships on their website available to students. The first scholarship which most freshman receive is if you are coming from a Catholic school; however, you only receive that the first year you attend Alvernia and do not receive it the rest of the years.
College Senior 2013-06-26T20:31:23Z
The financial aid department, at Alvernia University, provides fantastic assistance. They are in touch every step of the way, sending out reminders to apply, providing help with any issues, and always there to let you know if you need anything. I only qualified for a couple state grants, which I received from applying for financial aid, as well as a few loans. Staying in touch with the financial aid department, and asking about any concerns is the best way to be sure your financial aid is on the right track.
College Senior 2013-06-10T23:03:40Z
The financial aid I received were good, but I wished I could get more help instead of using more loans. The people I go to get information and ask questions were great helpers. They don't really stress you to look for more scholarships or grants to pay your tuition, but they do tell you where to look for them. If you want to speak to someone in the financial aid office, I suggest you ask if anyone is available and make an appointment because the wait can be very long.
College Junior 2013-03-29T15:43:19Z
Just about everyone here receives some form of financial aid and are willing to work with the students to the best of their abilities to provide some kind of scholarships or provide a payment plan. The financial aid department is always readily available during office hours and always ready to give some sort of advice.
College Sophomore 2012-11-18T22:19:43Z
the financial aid process was normal. i needed more aid because my grandmother died, i did not receive a huge amount but the little amount add up.
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