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4 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: tuition here is quite low. my parents make just a little too much money for me to get any aid. that is why I am tying to apply for all these long time consuming scholarships.

2 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: I did receive enough financial aid for tuition, but not for my housing and food. And school does not advertise their scholarships to students so most students do not know all the scholarships that are offered at school.

4 College Student

Tuition & Financial Aid: the financial aid process is very easy and simple.

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3 Recent Alumnus

Tuition & Financial Aid: It's OK now but it took me two years to be accepted as an independent student even though my parents did not support more than 50 percent and couldn't claim me as a dependent on their taxes.

4 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: It's great. I was awarded a scholarship for NWFSC when I was still in high school. They even have foundation scholarships that you can apply for on their website when they open up, they are really easy to apply for. Everyone should apply for them when they open up, I was able to get one. It's important to do good in high school so you get bright futures. They also have some work study programs. I even get money back to use for books and get leftover money that I save for tuition when I transfer.


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Financial aid is available to students in various circumstances, including active/veteran military status, single parent, low-income student over age 24, and other extenuating circumstances. Types of financial aid range from scholarships, Pell grants, unsubsidized federal student loans, and subsidized student loans. Also, if a student still has trouble with college expenses past the awarded financial aid, he or she may apply for private student loans through different lenders. No matter what financial aid students are or are not awarded, the quality of education is well worth the money.

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In order to be considered "independent" in the world of academic financial aid, you must either be a current/previous member of the armed forces, a parent, or age 24 or older.

Student Polls

Have you come across any unexpected extra fees associated with going to school here?    Based on 84 responses

  • 67% No, everything was straightforward.
  • 31% There were a few minor fees.
  • 2% Yes, major fees.

Do you think you are getting your money's worth?    Based on 83 responses

  • 95% Yes
  • 5% No
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