College Freshman 2013-11-23T07:46:38Z
The price tag was high, but automatic scholarships cover over $10,000 a year, and applying for other scholarships will only help. Definitely fill out the FAFSA. Beyond that, apply for any and every scholarship for which you are eligible. Also look into work study for additional aid.
College Freshman 2013-11-18T21:21:28Z
I got good scholarships here. I received one that they didn't tell me about which was good news but poor management. I don't get any federal aid besides loans which is kind of frustrating since I have two older brothers. One graduated from IU and is going to go into law school and the other is in the middle of his college career at Butler. I feel like FAFSA doesn't really account for the fact that it is hard to pay for multiple colleges at once even if your family is doing well. On the flip side I understand that there are many people out there that really need it a lot more than me.
College Sophomore 2013-11-03T19:12:13Z
They offered a good scholarship initially, but appear to have no wiggle room if you need help down the road.
College Junior 2013-07-11T14:22:05Z
There are very few opportunities to receive financial aid, although I am grateful for the one I received for my GPA.
College Sophomore 2013-06-11T23:25:48Z
I received a decent amount of financial aid, however the aid I received was hard to get like pulling teeth. Professors of my department had to get ahold of financial aid for me to get what I received.
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