College Freshman 2013-12-07T22:15:33Z
I was unable to get work study and my financial aid was not enough at all.
College Freshman 2013-12-03T22:00:33Z
The financial aid process was difficult for me because I did not receive the aid that I needed. Johnson and Wales University is a fairly expensive school and the financial aid did not help much to defer the cost. I was a 4.0 student and I only received a couple thousand for it. Most of it was from my enrollment in the honors program and I ended up needing multiple loans in order to pay off the rest of my schooling. The financial helpers were NOT very helpful. It takes a lot of prodding in order to get any information from them so I would suggest being very upfront and pushy with your financial needs.
College Sophomore 2013-12-01T17:53:33Z
My first financial advisor wasn't the best and wasn't really working with me and the situation. It was a hassle and I had to travel to Rhode Island numerous times to try to get it situated which is a far drive for where I am from. But the next year I had switched financial advisors and she was absolutely amazing. She helped me in any way that I needed and I felt she was in my corner and making my dreams of going to Johnson & Wales possible. Since I didn’t think going to Johnson &Wales was something that I could accomplished.
College Sophomore 2013-11-26T03:03:55Z
Work on anything you can to get more opportunities for money- school is not cheap!
College Freshman 2013-11-17T03:29:06Z
The financial aid department is very helpful when it comes to financial aid. They give you an outlook of what is paid for and what is not, and possible ways to pay for tuition.
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