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I've been accepted to ULM, University of Louisiana at Monroe, but I REALLY want to be at USC. I live in new-jersey right now and I've never been to Louisiana and I don't want to go. At first I did but that was before I actually did research on it. I live in a booming city (Charlotte) and I don't want to be in a small town which I believe is Monroe. Sc is only an hour away compared to 11 hours and its a big BEAUTIFUL school. The only thing is...money. She's pushing Louisiana because it's very cheap...$8,000 to be exact and new-jersey is maybe around $23,000. We're not eligible for financial aid, apparently they said we make too much money so we've been taking out loans. I don't mind taking out more loans to pay for my education especially when considering my major which is Pharmacy. Are there any scholarships or grants I can use or anything. I really want to go to this school!!!
Your reasons for wanting S. Carolina over ULM mention only matter of convenience for you (only an hour away/booming city) and aesthetics (beautiful school). What about quality of the program? The third highest ranked pharmacy school in the nation is in your own home state - University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill. You're close, it's a nice campus, and considering in-state tuition, it's probably cheaper than S.C. or U.L.M. For the above poster, LSU and Louisiana-Monroe are nowhere close to each other.
I know it is your dream school, but student loans can effect your independence (living on your own, owning a car, etc.) once you graduate from pharmacy school. FinAid has a good student loan payment calculator to give you a rough estimate. If you could find some outside scholarships to lower the cost of USC, it would be more palitable because you would not potentially have close to $100,000 in student loans. Pharmacy school and graduate school is not cheap. I will list some free resources to help locate money for college. Good luck!
Go to: and find out more about Pharmacy scholarships and loans. They are not based on financial need (making too much money). Also, google "Pharmacist education grants and scholarships" You should find a lot of ways to fund your education. Good luck, my friend. You do not want to go to LSU. It is still suffering the effects of Hurricane Katrina, and it is possible it could be hit again this summer.
You won't qualify for pharmacy scholarships until you are accepted into a pharmacy school. The average pharmacy applicant is not accepted at any pharmacy school. If you are elgible for a grant, it will show on your financial aid.