Recent Alumnus 2013-06-05T16:04:22Z
I got a huge amount of scholarships upon entering. However, they prefer to give those to incoming students so some awards only apply that first year.
College Sophomore 2012-12-22T00:29:33Z
I received a good amount of financial aid from the school. Your best bet is to apply early and take academics seriously.
College Junior 2012-11-18T18:18:19Z
You get a guaranteed scholarship of at least $1,000 from NCF, which can be as high as $3,000, but that's really about it as far as NCF scholarships go. They don't compete well against large school scholarhips, like UCF for instance. I would encourage you to try to get non-institutional financial aid.
College Junior 2011-12-28T10:15:09Z
Costly for Out-Of-Staters – I'm an out-of-state student and it's incredibly expensive to go here, but the Financial Aid office was pretty generous. If you're an in-stater, though, it's very inexpensive (I believe). The only problem is that a lot of students are eligible for work study positions, so they're pretty competitive, as they're lucrative: You can work up to 20 hours/week and, depending on the job, pays slightly more than minimum wage. Lots of them are desk jobs, too, so you can easily do homework while working. I had a job like that in the IT department and it was fantastic.
College Senior 2011-09-09T17:27:14Z
We Have Helpful People Here That Are Able to Work With You Personally. At a student body of ~800, the financial aid staff is well endowed for working with anyone in need of help. All students who attend receive an academic scholarship of $500-$2000 a year and the financial aid people are willing to help you find more.
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