I was accepted at the College of Wooster for 2019 fall. I was offered a good scholarship amount so I was thinking about going there.
I will definitely live on-campus for my freshman year. But, I would like to choose the off-campus option for the next three years due to financial problem. However, I heard that Wooster has a strong policy which encourages students to live on-campus for all years. I am also aware that even if the school allows students to move off-campus, they reduce financial aid.
I just want to know what percentage of students live off-campus and how did they get permission? Is there any convenient housing outside of the campus? Even if I have permission to move off-campus, how much average the school will cut my financial aid?