College Sophomore 2013-12-01T19:41:35Z
Sort of stressful waiting for financial aid information.
College Sophomore 2013-11-05T00:36:05Z
The financial aid department is kind of a hassle to deal with but Pitzer has a lot of money to give.
College Senior 2013-03-27T22:02:43Z
While there was a struggle at the office with the loss of the financial aid director, keeping oneself in contact with the workers throughout the process helps ease the process. The workers are very committed to helping students out and the financial aid packages are generous for most people I know.
College Senior 2012-05-11T07:24:08Z
Not Enough Money? Don't Sweat It – Pitzer meets 100 percent of your financial need and if they somehow didn't give you enough, appeal to the financial aid office and they are usually willing to accomodate you or work out some sort of arrangement. If you really need more money, Career Services or Student Affairs will always be happy to point you in the right direction.
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-17T17:32:26Z
Full Ride All Four Years (For the Most Part) – During my 4 years at Pitzer, most of my tuition costs was covered by financial aid (grants, student loans, work study, etc.). Even when I studied abroad in Italy last year, I was able to get funding for those costs. The only headache is being on the monthly payment plan. Usually the monthly payments are too expensive and way outside of a student's budget. If you fall behind on the payments, you risk not being to get your transcripts and not being able to register for courses. The good thing is you do get some flexibility because the costs roll over to the next school year until it's paid off.
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