The Colleges With The Worst Financial Aid In The Country

The Colleges With The Worst Financial Aid In The Country
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Paying for college is an issue that many Americans face when deciding whether or not they are going to attend the higher ranked school that they did not receive a scholarship for or to attend their safety school that is offering them a full scholarship.

One of the worst feelings is having to turn down the school of your dreams because you simply can’t afford going there. Thankfully, many schools offer financial aid services that are supposed to make paying off huge school bills more affordable.

The question is whether or not these financial aid programs actually do what they were set up to do. The Princeton Review has published a list of the 10 schools that they believe have the worst financial aid programs.

1. New York University
New York, NY

2. Penn State
University Park, PA

3. University of Maryland, College Park
College Park, MD

4. University of Delaware
Newark, DE

5. Quinnipiac University
Hamden, CT

6. Duquesne University
Pittsburgh, PA

7. Emerson College
Boston MA

8. Villanova University
Villanova, PA

9. Spelman College
Atlanta, GA

10. Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO

Paul Hudson | Elite.

Via Princeton Review 

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