Recent Alumnus 2013-11-10T02:40:39Z
I'm on partial scholarship, but I'm also on loans.
College Sophomore 2013-11-09T16:42:59Z
Money is the only thing that can prevent you from going to this University. There are different scholarships and awards available. Do your FAFSA right away if you want work-study! It's really expensive to attend this University! So think about it before coming to this university.
College Freshman 2013-11-06T01:25:53Z
My school is pretty expensive to attend and dealing with the financial aid office can be a hassle most of the time. But as long as you are constantly on top of it, you should be able to receive a good amount of financial aid.
College Sophomore 2013-10-13T02:47:47Z
The financial aid process was very strenuous at first, mainly because I was doing it on my own and without any kind of aid or scholarship from the school. By August I had been accepted into the school's HEOP program and after fulfilling the requirements was able to reap the rewards such as being fully covered for my first year of college. In my second year though, I'm only covered for half of the costs, hence the reason for my applying for scholarships. The school has several other opportunities for assistance, but there are grade requirements which not every individual may meet.
College Student 2013-09-30T17:03:34Z
I've had a headache the whole process. But once you familiarize yourself with how the system works it's much less stressful.
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