College Freshman 2013-11-18T03:12:45Z
The financial aid process took about 2 weeks. I had to meet multiple times with the financial aid office and they are not the nicest people on the planet.
College Sophomore 2013-05-22T15:50:30Z
I did receive a decent amount of financial aid, but it was still not enough. It is not easy to find the money you are missing when the college only sees what your parents make yearly and decide it is enough that they can pay for a certain amount; which is not always correct. It is best to talk to financial aid in person because they do not get back to emails quickly.
College Senior 2013-04-08T19:19:52Z
The school works so hard to get you as many scholarships as possible! I've heard that 99% of students get some form of scholarships. There are many, many available.
College Sophomore 2013-04-05T19:31:41Z
Anderson offers a lot of private scholarships- the only bad thing is that you can't get the amount raised. What you receive your freshmen year is what you have for all four years.
College Junior 2013-03-23T17:40:48Z
AU is very generous with scholarships. It has been named a "best value" in private schools. In addition to academic and athletic scholarships, there are also in state and out of state grants. There are also many on campus job opportunities to help pay for school. Hours are flexible. Each semester Department heads review your class schedule before you are assigned to work.
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