How is the financial aid policy 'actually' in the CWRU for international students?

I am really looking forward to CWRU as my top choice school, but being an international student from a lower-income family, I totally cannot do it without good financial aid. Please help me out by answering this question.

Read this:

It says that Case provides “a limited amount of need based aid to first year and transfer international students”.

Limited is the key word.

But this is there too:

“ At Case Western Reserve University, we provide a variety of merit- and need-based aid to our students, including international students, through scholarships, grants, loans, work-study and more. We also are part of The Tuition Exchange, a consortium that provides tuition assistance to dependents of participating schools.

As of fall 2017, we now meet 100 percent of demonstrated need for all admitted undergraduate students. Learn more about your options, and apply for aid now.”

The school is need aware for admissions…so your level of financial need will be considered when your application is reviewed.

But this could all work out for you…so apply and see!

How much aid do you need to attend Case?

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