College Junior 2013-10-10T18:13:23Z
The financial aid process was extremely easy. As long as you apply with FASFA, this will help you get started. the Financial Aid Office is easy to get a hold of and explains your options clearly. As a graduate student, it is a bit more difficult to find scholarships but the financial aid will accept any that you receive.
College Senior 2013-07-09T02:04:07Z
There is an office called the Bursars office, the man in charge of the student financial aid is great. He does a great job working with the student's family to work out a plan that suits them. He helps set up a payment plan, scholarships, work, and even gives options for loans.
College Sophomore 2013-04-28T20:17:07Z
The school gives most people finical aid. I believe the website says something like 95% of the students receive financial aid.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-28T04:34:55Z
My experience as an athlete was a difficult process. Certain amounts were offered and it was a struggle to have them honor it. My advice would be to get everything in writing. As far as financial aid via academics, there was never an issue with that, it was clearly stated on every spring or fall bill.
College Senior 2012-09-23T18:28:09Z
Being a private university, it is expected to be pricey. I found it difficult to get enough funds for tuition this year. In my first two years I had almost double the amount of aid I got this year.
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