The tuition for this school is pretty high, but from my experience the financial aid counselors are very helpful and will let you know what you need to do. I received what I needed to help me stay in school, and continue to receive help. I would suggest that anyone trying to go to a school with high tuition should start looking for scholarships early and keep their grades up so as to earn higher school scholarships.
I had attended a state university before I transferred to Tusculum College, and my experience from the state university form the private college was a phenomenal transition. The financial aid department was more than willing to help me find money to pay for school, and I actually obtained more scholarships from Tusculum than I did the state university.
Tusculum is a small, private college, which means the people in the Financial Aid office are very caring and personal, but also means there's more financial aid you need to receive to cover tuition and other costs. However, Tusculum's financial aid personnel get in touch with you in ample time about any issues or errors on their end, though I've had no serious problems. Tusculum also offers scholarships that cover a decent, modest amount of their tuition. I've had no issues with the student loans thus far, but any outside scholarships you want must be dealt with by you.
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