I was not accepted for financial aid because that year my grandfather died and my father had to claim his inheritance. That made his look like he made to much money for me to be able to receive financial aid.
The school is so highly priced and the government just thinks my parent is going to pay for my schooling. He's not so I am up to my neck in debt already.
There is a lot to work with in the financial aid process, especially when there are so many different aid and loan offers to be decided upon.
If you're an Independent adult student like myself that works off campus, be sure to file your tax returns as soon as you can, so that you can ensure accurate information is given to the FAFSA website.
It's also best to claim yourself independent if you're a student over 23. This will give you a better chance at financial support without having to mull over your parent's finances and tax info.
Speaking with a Financial Aid/Loan Officer in person once a semester is also essential to keep your finances in check. Ask them about school scholarships and which loans would be best suited for you.
If you're a working student, it doesn't hurt to pay part of the tuition out of pocket if you're able to. This will save you from having to pay bigger loans back when you graduate.
The financial aid process was okay. There was alot of paper work, but when you apply pretty much everyone gets some sort of scholarshio when applying. Some are given an opprotunity for a full ride, They also have a page on blackboard for scholarships. Of course school is expensive so it would be great to get more money, but all in all you have to work for most of it.
The college was more then willing to assist in getting the money I needed giving me both a scholarship and a grant right off the bat. My only complaint would be the very high tuition costs still made it so I needed a student loan even after their generous aid
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