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I feel the information i recieved from the school was all I could have asked for. The admissions staff was very helpful with all aspects of my return to a higher learning enviroment. The financial aid package was all I could ask for also, the school took great care to meet all my questions with the appropriate responses for my transition into this school.
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A list of available financial scholarship resources to cut down on the cost.
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