University of Alabama?
I got into the university of alabama but the out of state tuition is a killer.
I have a 3.02 with a 1100sat and a 26act and also im hispanic.
do you think i have a chance of receiving any scholarship money?
- NotAnyoneYouKnowLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Honestly? Probably not.
I'm looking at some slightly out-of-date data, but in 2006, the University of Alabama awarded "merit-based" financial assistance to only 30.2% of financial aid recipients. Of the students who were determined to need financial aid, Alabama was able to provide 100% of the needed funds to only 14.8%, though almost 91% received some assistance.
The average GPA of entering freshmen in 2006 was 3.4, and the largest block of freshmen (30%) had a GPA over 3.75. Your 26 ACT would have ranked you comfortably above average.
Never say never, but I wouldn't rely on significant scholarship aid. Your heritage may qualify you for additional funds - especially if Hispanics are considered an "under-represented" group at UA, but I would not expect that you're a top-of-the-admissions-class student. Merit-aid is generally awarded need-blind, meaning that everyone competes for the academic scholarships, with no special preference given to those who need financial aid.
I'm sorry that I couldn't be more encouraging - but I would highly recommend that you seek out scholarship funding from non-institutional sources - your local city hall, clubs, your or your parents' employers, and your high school.
Good luck to you!
- romaLv 44 years ago
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