College Junior 2013-11-20T01:28:41Z
The financial aid at this school is appalling, since this is a private university. I understand that most of the kids who go here don't need scholarships or financial aid, but it is extremely frustrating to me that my academic scholarship is only 9000 dollars a year when the cost of tuition is 42,000 dollars. I am and always have been an excellent student academically, so I feel that I deserved more aid than I received. There are scholarships that you can apply for every year (private scholarships) but they are not very substantial. AND, you don't get them every year. I received a few scholarships my freshman year when I applied, but when I applied in my sophomore year for my junior year, I didn't receive any scholarships. I see no reason why, because I have improved as a student and I am very worthy of merit-based scholarship. I just don't understand how I went from receiving a few scholarships to none. Also, my academic 9000 dollar scholarship was not a free scholarship, I along with all of the other students who receive this scholarship to participating in the "Presidential Scholar Weekend" where we have to interview potential scholarship students, pick up trash at the dinner, serve at the dinner, or a whole array of other choices. Regardless, it is time-consuming and a little silly that they use us in this way.
College Freshman 2013-11-05T20:49:09Z
they send you all the information you need or answer the questions you ask.
College Sophomore 2013-06-20T02:08:28Z
The process is fairly simple and easy, but High Point doesn't give out a lot of financial aid. I'm not sure if I will receive the amount of aid that I need this year.
College Sophomore 2013-04-20T16:36:25Z
Receivd some finanical aid, but still wasn't enough. I could always use more!
College Sophomore 2013-04-15T20:20:19Z
While they offer a few full ride scholarships and academic grants, they are rare and very little other aid is offered
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