Not only did they give me all the financial aid I needed, but they gave me an $8,000 scholarship. I am by no means the ideal student; I am older than most and transferred in, so I was extremely surprised when I saw how big of a scholarship I got. Especially since the cost of tuition is less than $30k a year!
There is also a program that allows students to use their financial aid to buy books in the bookstore. This is extremely helpful for anyone who relies on financial aid to purchase books.
Another thing worth mentioning is how friendly and helpful the financial aid staff is. I have gone into their offices a few times with questions about increased income affecting my financial aid. They are always able to answer any questions and seem very friendly. The only instance where they didn't have a definite answer, they were able to direct me to someone who did.