|By Confused86 (Confused86) on Monday, July 05, 2004 - 04:03 am: Edit|
How is the financial Aid package... Does Pen meet 100% of your need?
|By Penntransfer (Penntransfer) on Monday, July 05, 2004 - 04:22 am: Edit|
I thought the financial aid was pretty good - definitely better than at my previous school. Penn does claim to meet 100% of your need, but of course it is the financial aid office who defines what your "need" is according to financial aid forms. For instance, they decided my family should be able to contribute about $8,000. So, they offered a package consisting of about $22,000 in grant aid, $8,000 in loans, and a little under $3,000 in work-study. While Penn considers this meeting 100% of my family's need, my mom thinks otherwise.
|By Treyy685 (Treyy685) on Monday, July 05, 2004 - 11:58 am: Edit|
wow that's a nice package. my grant aid only came out to be ~13,000. the one i got from dartmouth was ~26,000...still kinda regretting that i turned down that offer haha oh well.
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