College Sophomore 2013-11-12T23:13:04Z
If you don't qualify for financial aid then you are pretty much on your own. Scholarships are rarely offered and the only thing offered are loan options.
College Freshman 2013-11-05T02:50:24Z
I personally didnt apply for financial aid, but I received a Lander institutional scholarship for $5,000 a year, so they can be pretty generous as long as you have the grades in high school.
College Sophomore 2013-07-15T12:42:51Z
There are not a lot of scholarship for my major I usually I am offered the pell grant and maybe the life scholarship. I usually have to accept loans every time or semester.
College Sophomore 2013-05-21T14:41:54Z
It is hard when you transfer into a University but it can be done. I transferred in the spring of 2013 and there was not any federal money left. I used my life scholarship which helped tremendously! As long as you talk to the people in financial aid it will go smoothly. I think the only reason everything was done was because I hounded them everyday and made sure they had everything done. You must be consistent.
College Sophomore 2013-02-15T14:48:56Z
It took Lander a while to complete my Life Scholarship because they made a computer glitch when transferring my information from my transcript. I was glad to get a music departmental scholarship as well as a pell grant. I also was awarded a Teaching Fellows Scholarship that I was surprised to get because I was originally an alternate. For the most part, Lander does a good job with scholarships, but you have to stay on top of thigns, and check behind people.
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