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I got into my safety school, the University of Dayton, and was offered a very generous scholarship of $13,500 per year. But, with tuition and room and boad combined, that still leaves around $24,000 left.
My question is, how do you ask a school for more money? People tell me all the time, "Oh yeah, contact the financial aid office and they might be able to offer you more." But what do I say? Please give me more money? Help?