College Senior 2013-07-11T12:04:21Z
I had attended a state university before I transferred to Tusculum College, and my experience from the state university form the private college was a phenomenal transition. The financial aid department was more than willing to help me find money to pay for school, and I actually obtained more scholarships from Tusculum than I did the state university.
College Sophomore 2013-06-06T19:01:14Z
Tusculum is a small, private college, which means the people in the Financial Aid office are very caring and personal, but also means there's more financial aid you need to receive to cover tuition and other costs. However, Tusculum's financial aid personnel get in touch with you in ample time about any issues or errors on their end, though I've had no serious problems. Tusculum also offers scholarships that cover a decent, modest amount of their tuition. I've had no issues with the student loans thus far, but any outside scholarships you want must be dealt with by you.
College Senior 2013-02-10T03:10:11Z
Be in constant communication with financial aid at the colllege
College Freshman 2013-02-02T15:54:06Z
If you really want to get in here, the financial aid crew will get you in, but some students do end up taking out loans. There are quite a few private scholarships that almost all students are eligible for that make the tuition of Tusculum go down to about 15k. The financial advisors handle a lot of the work, as long as you fill out your FASFA.
College Senior 2012-05-17T20:42:39Z
I received a very good amount of financial aid to go to my school. My school is around $30,000 a year and all I take out it $5,500 a year in student loans. A tip I have is that I suggest going to the financial aid office and ask them for help on getting aid. The department on my campus is excellent in helping the student in finding ways they can afford college and start their way on a successful life.
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