A lot of the financial aid is in the form of government grants and loans, and an international student is not available for that, but other things, such as scholarships, may be given to outstanding international students. If you are not a U.S. resident, your ethnicity will not count - you will only be seen as an international student. At the graduate level, where more of the financial aid originates with the university itself, international students are more likely to receive assistance than at the undergraduate level.
nope, i believe you have to be a citizen of the u.s.a to get financial aid.. or at least a legal resident
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