College Sophomore 2013-07-08T22:44:54Z
All students receive $10,000 from the Wheaton Fund each year that goes towards their tuition. This money is a great help and is donated by alumni, parents alumni, and other supporters of the school. It is difficult, however, to get funds beyond this. There aren't a lot of scholarships to apply for because the school isn't funded by the state.
College Senior 2013-03-20T00:00:21Z
Without applying, I was automatically granted a significant award, which was great. However, I believe that there might be more opportunities available, but I have a hard time finding out more.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-16T01:08:24Z
I had no problems with financial aid. Obviously though, I had to apply to outside scholarships and take out loans to cover the cost.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-20T16:53:50Z
Wheaton doesn't really give much financial aid, at least in my experience. Paying for Wheaton is really the responsibility of the student.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-25T17:35:28Z
Wheaton only offers one academic scholarship and I think it's only for $1500 a year. If your GPA drops below a 3.0 (which is easily possible if you have one bad semester - which can happen when you're new to college and stressed beyond belief), then you lose the scholarship and can't get it back. They have a lot of financial aid, but you have to REALLY need it to get it.
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