Financial aid process was easy for me. I received assistance with the process when I asked for it.
There are not many school sponsored scholarships but they are willing to give you enough in the scholarships.
There are many different scholarships and grants through the school. The only issue I have had is the FAFSA review process. Both years I have been at Chatham, I have been selected and it has been a headache to get done. The school does a decent job, but they are not helpful in certain areas. Overall, I have the financial aid that I knew I would get, but the review process that the school has to evaluate students for more aid was unhelpful. I applied, but there are specific requirements that I had to meet and I did not. That was a hassle and a pain.
Chatham does not provide financial aid assistance for graduate students besides federal loans.
Upon being accepted into Chatham University, I inquired about possible scholarship opportunities. I was informed that Chatham offered no scholarship opportunities for graduate students, and was given little to no resources beyond that conversation. It is only now that I'm realizing that there are plenty of opportunities out there for graduate students, even if not university-based! I suggest beginning to look earlier than I did.
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