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It's not hard to get into Iona - studentsJan 21 2015Undecided
It's not hard to get into Iona - students go there if they receive a lot of money, or if they don't get into higher ranked schools - some go, because they can commute there. I just know a lot leave because they were told information when they were touring, and when they enrolled, it didn't meet their academic, personal, social, or career needs.

Think hundred times befor you go there, and don't go to Iona, unless you spend a day in classes, in your field of study, ask for data where the graduates are working, where the internships, how many get employed?

They let everyone in but be careful with the 3Dec 08 2014Business - Management and Administration
They let everyone in but be careful with the 3.0 requirement for your scholarships.
Not much - it's easy to get into -Nov 20 2014Other
Not much - it's easy to get into - Iona needs and wants your money, and a lot of it. Iona promises students the world, to get you in, and doesn't live up to their promises. I was let down. Their Academic Resource Center is lacking experience tutors and specialists in higher level courses, and it's so lax - how it functions. The Career Development Department is short staffed - to assist students in this market.

Iona has a nice cover, but the book needs a lot of work and editing. I'm displeased.

Iona needs students when the economy isn't good, andNov 18 2014Undecided
Iona needs students when the economy isn't good, and even when it is. It's not hard to get into Iona College, and it's not real hard to stay in, because Iona needs to enhance their retention and graduation numbers. Make sure you ask what they are when you visit.
A free application, ALWAYS ASK FOR ONE, and beingAug 23 2013Unknown
A free application, ALWAYS ASK FOR ONE, and being honest will get you in. Do your FAFSA of course. The acceptance rates and financial aid are above average. If they ask you to retake your SAT's just hush and do it. It increased my scholarship by $1500 by getting 60 extra points. 80 average, 1500 SAT, I paid $4000 out of pocket commuting my first two years.
SAT: 1500 Female
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