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Tuition & Financial Aid


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3 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: The financial aid office works so hard to try and get you the most amount of money they can. However, tuition for the 2015-2016 school year has increased tremendously. The total payment for an on campus student is 38,000 dollars. (This does not include books) This is a very large tuition increase and many of us are struggling with money. (Just like everyone else in the world is.) For my specific major and the faculty I am around, I feel like it is worth it. I would like to say that I believe YHC is very generous with their scholarships and WILL TRY AND HELP YOU.

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3 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: The college is overall pretty expensive but the school is very good in my opinion. The financial aid process went very smoothly for me.

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3 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: For a small college it's quite pricey. I'm lucky enough to have scholarships to help me pay some of my fees already but it's still pretty expensive.

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2 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I understand private schools are expensive, but I feel as though student's do not get what they pay for. The dorms are far too expensive to live in. The school needs to offer an option for off campus living for any student. The dining hall and food are mediocre. Tuition seems to rise every year which isn't fair to any student. They need to have the tuition locked in at the same price for each class that comes in.

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3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: It is what it is. You pay for what you get.... Try to upfront and open what you can and cannot afford and listen for their responses... I cannot change the financial aid rules... I must submit to them.


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Tuition at YHC can vary, but costs start at $29,635 per year for students who live on campus. This is fairly expensive, but the majority of students feel that the atmosphere of the small student body is worth the cost. Most students can run into minor fees, such as the cost of paint and supplies for art classes, tickets for required class field trips, etc.

However, the school tries its best to get financial aid to those who need it. Young Harris offers many academic and sports scholarships, as well as financial aid. Students can go to the financial aid office to ask questions anytime. The school does try its best to be generous with its funding.

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Tips for Getting Aid
  • Get good grades in high school.
  • Participate in sports and other extracurriculars in high school.

Student Polls

Have you come across any unexpected extra fees associated with going to school here?    Based on 58 responses

  • 39% No, everything was straightforward.
  • 54% There were a few minor fees.
  • 7% Yes, major fees.

Do you think you are getting your money's worth?    Based on 57 responses

  • 84% Yes
  • 16% No


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