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Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by elitehacker1337, Aug 21, 2017.

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  1. elitehacker1337

    elitehacker1337

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    Do this happen? Can anyone chime in on this if you know someone?
     
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  3. MatCauthon

    MatCauthon 7+ Year Member

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    Yes it happens all the time. Pharmacy schools like Touro, LECOM, and USC get a full ride from their students.
     
  4. elitehacker1337

    elitehacker1337

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    LMFAO yea I know that.

    Pharmacy schools are like carribean med schools.
    They'll take you if you can write a check. I was just wondering if anyone ever got a full ride though or scholarships based on merit/SES/etc
     
  5. BC_89

    BC_89 2+ Year Member

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    GI Bill
     
  6. throw_away5122

    throw_away5122

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    just sign the Grad Plus loans; and you will get the full ride.
     
  7. elitehacker1337

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    doesn't the gi bill only cover up to 66k total?
     
  8. Dred Pirate

    Dred Pirate 2+ Year Member

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    virtually never
     
  9. BC_89

    BC_89 2+ Year Member

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    Covers all in-state tuition fees plus 1k a yr for books / supplies plus a housing allowance every month (tax free) in your account based on inflation of your colleges zip code (can be found online). Plus if your a vet within 3 yrs of active duty service you automatically get in-state residency in all 50 states...any private school you attend can participate in the yellow ribbon program which is the money the school can pay the difference on since GI Bill has a CAP on private / out-of-state schools. Good for 36 months of being a full time student (9 months a yr hince 4 yrs).

    Tl;dr : no...it doesn't just cover 66k
     
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