It sounds like there is a revolving door of "financial aid advisors" at this school. I don't believe this school is accredited, so there aren't the normal checks and balances that occur in most accredited universities. Bottom line - if the status of a scholarship is "pending" it means it has not been awarded. Period. Verbal assurances by persons that may not be there next week or month cannot be relied upon. Did they give you a reason the scholarship was not awarded? If the school is not accredited, it most likely will not qualify for Pell Grants, although you can try that as a route. Additionally, it may be too late for application for the grants. You should find a civil litigation attorney who will review your contract with the school to see what your options are.
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