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3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I had no idea that I would have ran out of money before completing my studies

3 College Student

Tuition & Financial Aid: I feel like the structure of the classes are mediocre. All I do is write an essay for each class every week and watch the seminar evert week. There's no extra credit, or hands on projects, no midterm exam, no final exam. There's just one big paper or project that we begin in the 3rd week of class that's not fully graded until the end of the semester. I applied for my financial aid. I still owe $662. With a measly scholarship they supposedly gave me. Now they're telling me I can apply for a parent plus loan to get the balance paid off. But I explained to them that my mother is not going to help me, because she didn't in the past. She refuses to help me. Given this information, they didn't offer me a payment plan or anything. Now they just call me everyday and tell me my tuition is overdue.

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3 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: Tuition is a little higher than some places.

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3 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: It is better than most online tuitions but local is alot cheaper.

4 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: Getting your bachelors degree is expensive, and in total mine will cost over 70,000. I wish it was cheaper, but $371 a credit is pretty good compared to other schools.

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The financial aid process starts with the application students fill out at the beginning of each year. You will be given a link to your financial data, which you need to fill in, and a Financial Aid Officer will help you through everything. The process can be a little difficult for students and requires lots of back-and-forth communication, which can be a timely process and frustrating to some students.

Kaplan University enrolls many students, so it does take some time to get information back in regards to financial aid—the key is to be patient and keep in contact with your academic advisor, who can relay the information if you are not getting the responses you need. This is a common complaint—and really the only complaint—students have with the University, and Kaplan is working really hard to make the adjustments necessary for those who are having difficulties.

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Have you come across any unexpected extra fees associated with going to school here?    Based on 619 responses

  • 59% No, everything was straightforward.
  • 28% There were a few minor fees.
  • 13% Yes, major fees.

Do you think you are getting your money's worth?    Based on 613 responses

  • 88% Yes
  • 12% No

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