College Sophomore 2013-07-29T19:23:35Z
Of all the schools I applied to, Illinois Tech was the school that rewarded students the most financially for academic achievement.
College Freshman 2013-05-31T14:01:13Z
The scholarships are generally reserved for the less wealthy people.
College Senior 2013-02-11T22:45:47Z
Most people, when asked why they came to IIT, say it was because they received a good scholarship.
College Junior 2012-10-20T06:57:26Z
This school is under-ranked, and they have a wonderful alumni base that pumps money into the school. I received a merit based scholarship, and I did not need to submit an extra application or anything like that. Wonderful programs for less. Go Chicago-Kent!
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-09T15:29:48Z
As a graduate student majoring in electrical engineering I have been offered NOTHING from school or the department and I am therefore wasting a large portion of valuable study and research time on finding alternative sources of funding/loans and jobs most of which are unsuccessful and financial concern has been a big distraction to my studies. There have even been cases where I have run short on basic living expenses. I've even known PhD students in our department who have personally funded their own living expenses AND TUITION while doing research for the department at the same time! I have no time for recreation or social life because I am constantly busy seeking alternative resources to finance my tuition and living expenses which has also been a big barrier to my studies since I have difficulty focusing on school due to my financial burdens. I do NOT recommend attending this school to anyone and I have thought of and searched for other schools to transfer to but unfortunately due to the amount of credit hours passed at this school, all of my credit hours wouldn't have been transferred and it was too late so I decided to stay at IIT for now until completion of M.Sc.
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