Now I have received a letter from EOU telling me, after ignoring me for over a month, that they refuse to honor their promise for additional funding.
They forced me to meet all of these different requirements, including contacting a doctor, having a doctor write a letter to them (TWICE), and promised receipt of funds if only I did these things.
I followed everything they asked me to do, and then all of a sudden, after I met 100% of their requirements, they broke their written agreement and, first, they ignored me for 1 full month almost, and then they tried to report ME to "student relations" when not one of my requests for their funding was rude, and then their Financial Aid Director Lara Moore wrote to tell me they were breaking their written agreement.
Lara Moore ignored me for weeks first.
They forced me to do all of this additional work and to take up the time of others, to then refuse to follow through with what they guaranteed to me, in writing.
And then, this sleazy director did not even have the "norm of mind" to contact me directly to let me know, and instead, she pushed it off onto someone else that has nothing to do with the financial aid department.
This is the DIRECTOR of EOU's financial aid.
So basically, I was coordinating everything through a financial aid worker, Carolyn Prescott, who is supervised by Lara Moore (the director). When Carolyn started ignoring me and went out of office for several weeks, I contacted Lara. She then ignored me. She said how can I help you? and I told her what the funding matter was (which she already knew about) and then she just ignored me.
They not only refused to follow-through with what they said they were doing, they took up my time, money, and effort, to try to get what they asked for, which they promised would provide the funds.
And then, it's not like they sent it to a Chairperson of finances. They didn't send this to some other related department at all, they sent it to a department that has nothing to do with management of financial aid funds, which wouldn't be a big deal, if they had not chosen to send it to a group that was intended to make me look bad. I mean, they sent it to "student relations" as a form of harassment, not delegation. The purpose was to smear me.
Duties of a financial aid office might be consistent with some other offices, but it has nothing at all to do with "student relations" which is an attempt to push off their own failures and unethical practices, to try to blame me for something, which is impuned by having me contacted through "student relations" at all.
Her "excuse", given to me months later, after I've done all this work, was that they already provided monies to me and decided to break their written agreement to provide additional funds if I provided them with a doctor's note. She says nothing about the damages they've done by causing distress and taking up my time and interfering with regular business. She claimed I had already received enough, and tried to blanket things by not specifying what some of these things are for. And it doesn't matter how much they spent, a contract is a contract, a deal is a deal, and a written agreement to provide funds upon receipt of required materials, is just that.
If they felt they couldn't provide additional funding at all, they had that answer from the moment they issued my financial aid disbursement, which was 2 months ago. They knew then, that they would deny funding. So all they did was harass me.
After THEY harassed me, by saying they needed more and more and more, THEN they tried to BLAME ME and make me look bad while they ignored me outright.
I am not going to this college ever again. DO NOT GO TO EOU.
I can't confirm this, but I spoke to Lara Moore over the phone earlier in the term and she was pleasant and there was nothing on my end or her end that was contrary to this. But instantly I knew she knew FBI.
I thought, "She is either Catholic, FBI, or both". She was too interested in me, personally, to be some random financial aid person. From what I gathered intuitively, she had a motive, but at that time I didn't know what.