College Junior 2013-12-01T02:55:27Z
It was a pain to fill out all the forms, but it was worth it. The only real advice I have is that if you have your heart set on a school, and you need financial aid, it's worth it to go through them. It might be obnoxious at the time, but you will thank yourself later.
College Freshman 2013-11-03T19:35:24Z
The ONLY thing I truly dislike about this school is that it is $40,000 a year. Coming from a middle class family means that we have money, but not extra money lying around. This means I am on my own paying for school. I have $18,000 I had to take out in loans, which is terrifying. It makes me rethink it, but I am still trying my hardest to get more scholarships because I truly do not want to leave Jewell. There are a few opportunities I still have now, so if I do not at least try it will mean I have to leave.
College Junior 2013-10-15T17:26:23Z
Really all you have to do is apply your senior year (when you are applying for the school) and wait to be notified if you received any. Everyone gets awards based on academics, and we have a lot of athletes who also receive athletic awards. The school gives out a lot of money to its students.
College Junior 2013-08-25T01:34:49Z
Most people get scholarships and grants, but at the end of the day, if you come to Jewell and you're not loaded, you WILL be taking out at LEAST the federal loans if not private loans on top of that.
College Senior 2013-01-26T16:57:07Z
Financial aid is available, as long as you are able to keep up with the work load and check the emails OFTEN
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