PCO2010_OD

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This thread is for any tuition questions that one might have....I came up with a couple.

DISCLAIMER: I know that these questions may have already been asked but I thought a more recent posting would help out the newer students (like myself). ;)

Are tuition and college fees due the first day of orientation (specifically for PCO)?

Future Reference Question: Is there a chance that I will be able to get in-state tuition for my 2nd or 3rd year?
 

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but you gotta jump through some major hoops and you have to stay on top of all your forms. but it can be done! :love:
 
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I asked PCO about getting instate after a year but they told me that it's extremely difficult. So I ended up not going there mainly bc of that. You might want to double check though.
 

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PCO2010_OD said:
This thread is for any tuition questions that one might have....I came up with a couple.

DISCLAIMER: I know that these questions may have already been asked but I thought a more recent posting would help out the newer students (like myself). ;)

Are tuition/other fees due the first day of orientation (specifically for PCO)?

Future Reference Question: Is there a chance that I will be able to get in-state tuition for my 2nd or 3rd year?

I thought that they automatically took our tuition out of our loan checks when they came in and then issue us the remainder.
 
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KelliMW said:
I thought that they automatically took our tuition out of our loan checks when they came in and then issue us the remainder.
That would actually work out great! :)
 

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I am the Army Health Professions Scholarship representative for your school. I would be remiss if I did not reply to this thread. Have you considered the Health Professions Scholarship (HPSP)? The HPSP provides FULL tuition, books, related educational expenses, and a generous stipend of all $16,000 per year for those students who are selected to receive the scholarship. If you need additional information, please do not hesitate to schedule a meeting with me to discuss the opportunity that is available to you. Last year, I had two students apply for the scholarship and both were selected to receive the scholarship. I could also refer you to them, if you have additional questions.
 
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