College Sophomore 2013-10-31T19:44:38Z
Earlham really values students who have specific interests and have had interesting life experiences. The more you tell about what makes you unique as a student, the more Earlham will want you. Financial aid is also very gratuitous, especially via the Bonner Program, and is the main reason for my attendance.
College Freshman 2013-07-29T13:31:22Z
The financial aid process was very easy and gave me a very good package.
College Sophomore 2013-02-09T17:15:08Z
I got a substantial amount of financial aid from my school, which made it possible for me to attend. The scholarships usually span all four years of school, so you don't need to keep submitting for them every year.
College Junior 2011-11-04T04:21:28Z
I Got the Presidential Scholarship – Even the Pres. Scholarship is only $10,000 a year and for a school as expensive as Earlham, that doesn't really help that much, sadly. I didn't get any money from FAFSA either, so it's a pricey school to attend.
College Senior 2011-03-02T18:35:34Z
Most people here have a good amount of Financial Aid. I'd highly recommend applying for the Bonner program.
It is unfair though, because as a division 3 school, athletes don't get athletic scholarships, but they do end up with "academic scholarships" that are weaseled in. Someone with a 2.5 gpa is likely to be getting just as much or more money than someone with a 3.5 or higher.
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