College Freshman 2013-12-12T06:34:20Z
Scholarship deals are wonderful. If your parents or grandparents graduated from USU, and you live in another state, you are guaranteed the Legacy scholarship if you apply for it, which basically gives you the in-state tuition price, which is VERY affordable for the quality. Also, they throw money at you when you apply for admission if your SAT/ACT scores and GPA are pretty good. For example, a 4.0 and a 31 ACT gets you 4 years paid tuition, while a 29 ACT and 4.0 gets you 2 years of paid tuition. There is a graduated scale on the USU website that depends on those two variables that guarantees you scholarship money, even as an out-of-state kid. I have to say, financially, I couldn't be more pleased with USU.
College Student 2013-12-11T21:39:04Z
Your best bet for getting your financial aide is to go straight into the actual office from the get-go rather that trying to do the wild goose chase yourself or over the phone. The people in the office are kind and willing to help you out so, ask them any and all of the questions that you can think of.
College Freshman 2013-12-09T17:45:42Z
I wish that I could receive more financial aid or scholarships because it is hard to find a job, but everyone wants that really.
College Junior 2013-11-21T18:56:42Z
Applying for financial aid is always pretty laborious, but once I got everything in that I needed, it went pretty smoothly.
College Sophomore 2013-11-18T21:30:14Z
Financial aid can be a pain but the school is very good at getting the most in grants and loans that the students deserves and needs.
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