Everyone gets financial aid. I've had problems with the financial aid being combined with state scholarships. Since a high GPA is so hard to obtain, but is required for my outside scholarship, I lost my outside scholarship freshmen year and am unable to reobtain it. Now I have to pay a lot of money out of my own pocket. If I hadn't received that scholarship freshmen year, then Lyon would have given me a bigger scholarship from the beginning and I would be paying less now. I wish Lyon had given me a bigger scholarship.
No matter who you are the college will help you out with a scholarship of some type!
Honor's Day provides most students with the largest portion of financial aid and is a must for someone interested attending Lyon College due to the high cost. I had no problems with this part of my financial aid. However, despite being overqualified for work study, I again for the second year have received no placement even with my status as a sophomore. This has caused problems as I have no car to find a job off campus while still really needing the help from a job. Especially one that doesn't require more than five hours a week like the work study jobs.
It was really easy to get the financial aid done, but I would have loved to have gotten more. (I think everyone does though.)
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