College Senior 2013-06-14T03:12:00Z
I did not apply for financial aid through my university.
College Sophomore 2013-04-11T04:44:27Z
A lot of people get scholarships. Often, you don't even have to fill out much paperwork, other than submitting a FAFSA. There are also opportunities for loans and work-study.
College Sophomore 2013-03-19T22:45:30Z
I was a late admit to Oklahoma Baptist University because I was attending Baker University at the time. After I withdrew from Baker, I came to OBU, and the financial aid they gave me was incredible given the short notice. The Financial Aid Office at OBU found as much scholarship and aid that I was eligible for, and I ended up with thousands of dollars in aid from one day. I could have qualified for more if I had been more prepared. I suggest that one stays on top of all their scholarships and aid, and be inquisitive about what the school can offer.
College Sophomore 2013-02-27T19:49:47Z
Definitely make in person appointments because they can be very disorganized. However, they try really hard to give away as much aid as possible.
College Sophomore 2013-01-11T16:40:15Z
The academic scholarships are very nice but my issue was that I have one point off of my ACT of getting the highest scholarship and I feel like there should have been some leeway on this. For the most part though the process was fine I just couldn't personally find more scholarship to close the gap so I have two student loans now.
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