College Sophomore 2013-10-29T17:39:50Z
They try very hard to get everyone the money they need to attend this college, but the tuition is just so expensive. They're currently giving me about half of my tuition, but it still isn't enough. I've called them and gone in to have them help me, and we're trying, but I still might not be able to go back next semester. If you have a lot of money, this won't be a problem, but lower middle class students-watch your bill closely.
College Sophomore 2013-06-26T18:45:46Z
The people in the Financial Aid Office at Wells College are wonderful and always helpful.
College Junior 2012-09-27T22:29:43Z
I have received a decent amount of aid and scholarships from Wells. Usually everyone gets something from the college which is nice. The financial aid office is known for being a bit difficult, but I haven't had a problem. I had to apply for more aid and I was able to get some more without any problems.
College Sophomore 2012-08-29T21:07:45Z
So Many.. Most people I have met have become here because of the wonderful scholarships that Wells College gives to students ranging from 8,000 to I think about 25,000. The financial aid that is given to students is very fair but if you ever have a concern or trouble you can go to financial aid and talk to them and make an agreement.
College Senior 2012-04-21T15:04:41Z
Hard Work Isn't Reward – I received a good scholarship from Wells, as do most students. However, they still managed to hit me with an expensive out-of-pocket tuition fee. I figured after I proved myself academically my freshmen year, I would be rewarded. That was not the case. After being the only freshmen male to make the Dean's List both semesters of that year, I still didn't get the FA I needed for my sophomore year. It turns out, it's not in their policy to give direct aid to students based on their GPA. So, word to the wise, don't work too hard if you come here unless you're planning on grad-school. You don't really matter, anyway.
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