$33,000 /year for RPI medal. No need-based aid or other scholarships
2260 SAT (720 CR 800 math 740 W)
20/202 just in top 10% in a not very competitive high school
93 UW GPA, 96 W
7 AP exams this year including Physics C, Chemistry, Calc BC, and Economics, 10 AP exams by graduation total
For those of you who aren't satisfied with the financial aid offer, I HIGHLY recommend pushing RPI for more money. My dad, who is a guidance counselor, was told by a long time officer from Sarah Lawrence who is very familiar with RPI's financial aid office, that RPI will usually give out more money if you are strong by RPI's numbers (i.e RPI is pretty much a safety and you feel like you didnt "barely" get accepted). Even if RPI says no, my dad was told to keep pushing RPI and keep pushing. Make sure you tell them specifically how much you need and to be courteous, but firm. If you are set on RPI with more money, make sure RPI knows that- they will find a way to give you more money. Good luck!