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How can an out-of-state student get a tuition waiver at Clemson?

Hey y'all! I've been looking into Clemson, but I'm out-of-state and the tuition is pretty steep. Does anyone know how an out-of-state student might be able to get a tuition waiver or reduce the costs somehow?

7 months ago

Hello there! It's fantastic that you're considering Clemson University! As an out-of-state student, it's true that tuition can be quite a bit higher than for in-state students. However, Clemson offers several scholarships which can potentially help reduce your tuition.

One of the well-known scholarships is the Clemson Non-Resident Merit Scholarship, which ranges from $2,500 to $15,000 per year. Remember, these merit scholarships are competitive and are often based on academic achievements, leadership, and other factors. Additionally, you can explore the LIFE Scholarship Enhancement, intended for STEM majors, which could also help with tuition.

I highly recommend you visit Clemson's financial aid website and check out the available merit-based scholarships. Plus, don’t hesitate to reach out to the financial aid office as they may share some additional pathways or resources for scholarships that might not be widely advertised. Good luck, and I hope you find some great options to make Clemson more affordable!

7 months ago

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