How do I ask for more money for college?
To appeal for more financial aid for college, follow these steps:
- Call the college financial aid office to ask about the appeals process.
- Identify the special circumstances that affect your ability to pay for college.
- Write an appeal letter.
- Don’t ask for a specific amount of money.
Can you negotiate for more financial aid?
If the financial aid package offered in your award letter isn’t everything you’d hoped it’d be, you can negotiate it. Yes, financial aid is negotiable. “There is very little downside to asking, so you might as well make the request,” says Shannon Vasconcelos, a college finance educator at College Coach.
How do I negotiate a higher scholarship?
8 Tips for Negotiating College Scholarships
- Contact the college’s Admissions Office—they control the recruitment scholarship funding at most colleges.
- Put your request for additional assistance in writing.
- Having said that, don’t hesitate to follow up by phone if you haven’t heard anything within a week or two.
How do you ask for more money in athletic scholarships?
How to Negotiate Your Athletic Scholarship Offer
- Avoid losing a recruit to another school. This is your best means of negotiating for more scholarship money.
- More money became available late in the process. As a recruit, you really don’t have much control over this.
- A recruit improves significantly and increases their value.