Presidential Scholarship

<p>The scholarship changes do make sense with the budget cuts and reduced endowments. This year Auburn had over 600 Presidential Scholars (120+ were NMF). That means that over 13% of this year's incoming freshman class don't pay tuition and fees and of course the NMF get housing and extra money on top of that. It gets costly.</p>

<p>Agreed. It's just something we have to take into consideration, and frankly were getting a little excited about the more we learned about Auburn. We don't want to skimp on facilities, faculty, etc. due to poor management.</p>

<p>I guess this is a consequence of Auburn deciding not to charge for credits above 12. I guess there is so much money to give...
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