eslpena Posted June 18, 2020 Share Posted June 18, 2020 (edited) Hi, everyone. I'm an incoming fourth-year undergrad looking to apply to master's programs this fall. Vanderbilt is one of the schools I'm planning to apply to, and I'm just wondering what their scholarships/funding actually look(s) like. It says on their website that SLP students may receive tuition remittance of 25-100%, but does anyone know the spread of this (i.e., do most students who receive funding get only 25% off list price)? And how common is it to actually receive this aid? Also, the site says that they disburse aid on the basis of merit using the criteria they employ for acceptance. How much does one's GRE score affect this? I just took the GRE yesterday, June 16, and performed fine for what Vanderbilt's average numbers are. However, I would definitely need a hefty discount in order to seriously consider attending, so I'm wondering if I should retake the exam. Thanks in advance to anyone who has any further information on this! Edited June 18, 2020 by eslpena Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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