I am glad that I chose University of North Alabama for numerous reasons, but one of the main ones is that I was in a program where I got my first year of college out of the way before I even got here. So I'll be graduating in three years, which is going to save me a year's worth of tuition, potentially two.
The resources helped me tremendously. I come from a family of 27 kids. So I always worried about how I would pay for college because I knew, with my parents having that many kids, that it would be hard for them to put all of us through college. I called their department, and they explained to me the FAFSA application, and because of Financial Aid's help, I'm able to continue on my Pre-Med track to get to Med school.
UNA is a pretty affordable college, but they work with you. The Financial Office works with you greatly to make sure that you apply for all the scholarships that you possibly can get, and then they give you get all the financial aid you can get. They'll help you fill out your FAFSA. They'll do anything to assist you to be able to comfortably go to the school and be able to worry about learning and not worrying about paying for it.