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Union University

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Union is expensive, so I'd recommend working toward achievingFeb 03 2013English
Union is expensive, so I'd recommend working toward achieving leadership positions in your high school extracurriculars so you can apply for as many scholarships as possible, unless you want to drown in debt after you graduate. High school grades are also important if you want to receive a decent academic scholarship. Don't expect to get more than about a couple thousand in aid a year even if you had a 3.5 high school GPA (which isn't very helpful when tuition is $20K+ a year). You need to be at or close to a 4.0 if you want a more substantial scholarship. Still, if you are a leader in your extracurriculars, you can apply for a leadership scholarship or other scholarships specific to your area of study. I'd agree with what others have said about Financial Aid being a business - I usually talked to Financial Aid once a semester about getting additional grants or scholarships and I can't remember ever getting anywhere with them. I do think they listen a bit more if one of your parents call.
All you need to do is apply and beApr 23 2012Communications
All you need to do is apply and be ready to take out a big loan. Although, I HIGHLY recommend you look elsewhere for a school. If you want it to be like a home-away-from-home and not a horrible nightmare, then look somewhere else. State schools in Tennessee are just as nice and much more inexpensive with highly-trained professors with degrees from such places as Vanderbilt and Belmont.
ACT: 22 Female
If you have an above average GPA and testNov 24 2011Political Science
If you have an above average GPA and test score along with some extra curricular activities, then you should be fine in getting in. Overall, the school recruiter you are suppose to contact are normally helpful and personable. A in-person meeting really helps. However, getting scholarship is hard unless your family is involved in missions or the church. Union is an expensive school.
ACT: 28 SAT: 1200 Female
Do well on your ACT and your GPASep 10 2011Political Science
I played baseball but the athletic program there isApr 18 2011Psychology
I played baseball but the athletic program there is terrible and very unorganized so i left
ACT: 27 SAT: 1200 Female
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