College Sophomore 2013-10-27T03:23:52Z
The financial aid office is helpful, but they are often slow and hard to get a hold of. I wish there were more scholarship opportunities and that they were more flexible.
College Senior 2012-12-28T17:57:49Z
Messages posted all the time on scholarships avail
College Junior 2012-12-14T02:22:05Z
I have just been accepted, but part of the interview process was an overview of the financial aid department and a contact list to receive more information upon acceptance.
Recent Alumnus 2011-01-16T01:31:10Z
Disapppointing Let Down – The scholarships are available but if you fall short of your scholarship by getting a lower grade point there is no warning, no probation period and your highest sholarship trumps all underneath it with lower grade point requirements and you can not fall into a lower scholarship. If you lose your scholarship and they won't let you know until the bill come, you lose everything. As Freshman, I had a lot to learn about being a college student, its night and day from high school and universities should take that transition process in consideration and offer a probation period before scholarships are 'YANKED.' One bad teacher, one mistake in one class could cost you the ability to even be a student at the school because its expensive!
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