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3 College Junior

Scholarships: The financial aid for the tuition was great my freshman year, but was cut severely my sophomore year despite there being no change to my financial need or to my good grades. Definitely talk to the financial aid representatives to keep on schedule with all the due dates, but you will need to look for scholarships and financial assistance outside the college.

3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: Great if you're in the Honors Program.

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3 College Freshman

Scholarships: If you can get into the Honors program, the scholarships will cover most of tuition. However, there are scholarships for those that aren't in the honors program that are extremely helpful. The highest one can get per year without being in honors is $15,000.

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1 College Freshman

Scholarships: The financial aid process is pretty messed up here. There is an obvious preference toward Catholic school kids when distributing aid. Let me put it to you like this: I was in the National Honors Society in high school, a mainly A's with a few B's student. I took 7 AP tests, got all 4s and 5s. I went to a public high school that was recently ranked 25th best in Massachusetts, including private schools. I got no financial aid from the school, despite multiple attempts speaking with the financial aid office. I know someone who went to the local Catholic school in my town, which is on the verge of being bulldozed and turned into a parking garage. This is a notoriously bad school in our town. She had mostly B's, which is very good. She applied here and got more than half the tuition for a scholarship. To me, the financial aid process does not seem fair. If you want to come here and need financial aid either transfer to a Catholic school or hope you get lots of scholarships through other organizations.


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Which statement best describes your financial aid experience at this school?    Based on 36 responses

  • 28% I did not apply for financial aid.
  • 6% It is an ongoing process that I am still dealing with.
  • 17% It was an absolute headache, and it took multiple attempts to receive any aid.
  • 22% The process was a hassle, but I received the financial aid I needed.
  • 28% It went smoothly, and I received the financial aid I needed.

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