College Freshman 2013-11-14T04:35:02Z
I got sufficient financial aid from grants and scholarships from the school itself. I raised my scholarship by $1000 by taking the ACT and getting a good score. I would suggest that you call the financial office nearing the beginning of the school year and ask them if they have any extra aid to give since they should know how much they're giving to the registered students, and they might have some $$ left.
College Freshman 2013-11-14T03:49:31Z
The financial aid at PUC is pretty good. They understand that it is somewhat expensive to attend school there and try to help you as much as they can.
College Sophomore 2013-10-31T00:18:19Z
The school pretty much tries to get you what you need to stay a full academic year, but if your not paying attention they might sneak up with some loans that you really dont want. My suggestion is to hit the books hard freshman-senior year, so that you have a way easier chance of getting scholarships and pay your tuition for you instead of having to take out loans that could potentially end up destroying you in the future.
College Senior 2012-12-30T22:06:27Z
I received a good amount of financial aid, from the FAFSA and for my GPA. My adviser was reach able and made sure that I was on top of the my forms so that I could receive all the money for school. I thought it was going to be a hassle but unfortunately it was not bad. I worried less because of the work my adviser was doing for me to get my money in order. Communication is key to understanding where you are in your college finances, so there will not be any surprises that you don't know about.
College Junior 2012-06-17T00:01:45Z
They give everyone some aid but they don't give out that much aid to any one person so if you need a LOT, you're probably screwed.
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