College Freshman 2013-12-07T07:43:16Z
Very stingy and unnecessarily so. A lot of the students on campus have a lot of money and don't need as much financial aid, yet the office isn't very willing to accommodate changing circumstances.
College Junior 2013-11-17T22:54:18Z
The sooner you start the process the better.
College Freshman 2013-11-05T02:15:41Z
I applied for an art fellowship, but because of my grades I was not able to receive it (they qualified me for another scholarship that was worth more money). But they were so impressed, they gave me an extra 2,000$ scholarship. They really worked to show their interest in me.
College Junior 2013-08-17T16:17:56Z
It is pretty easy to receive scholarships from the school as an incoming first-year student. However, once you have that scholarship, you can't reapply for a better one. But always remember to fill out your FAFSA to see if you qualify for any federal financial aid, which includes loans and grants. Rhodes gives grants as well.
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-14T02:07:30Z
I did not have a difficult experience with financial aid. In fact, if it wasn't for that aid I would not have attended. Over 70% of students receive some form of financial aid. Now, for me, it didn't cover everything, so I had to pay the remaining balance out-of-pocket, but majority of my friends had full-rides so it didn't bother them.
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