They really work with you to get you as much aid as they can and they offer endowed scholarships for you to apply for every year on top of the scholarships in the aid package you are first offered.
Tough getting scholarships for grad programs.
Financial Aid takes a little navigating but that is because everyone in the Financial Aid department is always extremely busy. When I do meet with people from financial aid, my interactions are always pleasant and extremely helpful. They have helped me through a lot of situations that I thought were hopeless. Overall I am very pleased with Financial Aid at Prescott College and the hoops you have to jump through are not nearly as bad as the ones at bigger colleges.
I receive a lot of financial aid, and during the application process the admissions counselor worked to get me as much aid as possible.
What you see is what you get! Prescott College is the only school I know that lets you enter your information online and see exactly what your award amount will be! I haven't seen another school transparent enough to tell you up front what scholarships you'll get. A basic, upfront, online calculator is identical to what the financial aid office uses to determine institutional aid amounts. Compare numbers with them…they’ll match. Got to http://www.prescott.edu/apply/true-cost-calculator/index.html
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