Cost of Attendance

<p>I am right at the bottom middle of acceptance to Villanova I got a 29 on the ACT and a 680 CR and a 590 M. Therefore I do not think I will be eligible for many merit scholarships. However I have a single mother who makes about $55,000 a year and we only have about $10,000 saved. Do you think I would get any financial aid as I really cannot pay the sticker price. </p>

<p>yes. you will get financial aid. Maybe even a significant amount. Also apply for scholarships listed on the nova website. There is a Villanova coke scholarship that pays for full tution for low income students.</p>

<p>It’ll be difficult to get any type of significant merit aid from the university or most third party scholarships with your stats, however, there is a good chance you can get a combination of work study, some merit aid, and need-based grants and loans to make your overall cost somewhat reasonable.</p>

<p>The best thing for you to do is to plead your case with the FA office, they make a lot of exceptions for some of the smaller merit scholarships and will be generous if you just explain your situation and express high interest in Nova.</p>

<p>Good luck.</p>