College Freshman 2013-12-07T22:32:18Z
Financial was good for me I don't recall going through a difficult process to get financial aid
College Freshman 2013-11-11T04:02:32Z
I didn't receive that much financial aid.
Recent Alumnus 2013-09-01T02:54:15Z
One really doesn't need an experience with financial aid to know how bad things can really get with them, everybody has have to have dealt with some form of issue with them at least once, they neglect to to remind you if anything needs to be submitted till last minute, then drop your classes but are quick to buzz you everyday for unpaid fees, papers get lost in transition if you are not on top of things with them. But we have seen a significant improvement, less complaints.
College Junior 2013-08-22T00:22:06Z
After applying for financial aid, I received just enough of aid to cover my tuition, meal plan, and parking sticker. I still need assistance covering my learning materials (books, paper, lab fees, etc..) and commuter fees. I have been speaking to my financial aid office about any available funding, but they have yet to find any help for me except for more student loans. My advice for anyone is very limited, because I am still looking for help to pay for the rest of my educational needs also, but I would say that the process for applying for financial aid is fairly exceptional and after filling it out once, it turns into a continuous renewal process every school year.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-31T19:08:11Z
When faxing scholarships to financial aid there are times where the paperwork could disappear for a while before it can finally be found. I recommend taking paperwork there in person if possible to limit the amount of stress if your school received the paperwork or not.
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