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Searching for Free Tuition Schools

Hi there! I'm starting the college search process and would like to know if there are any colleges that offer free tuition to students? Would love to see some options to help ease the financial burden on my family. Thanks!

7 months ago

Hello! It's great that you're considering financial aspects during your college search. Yes, there are colleges that offer free or reduced tuition to students. Some of these options include:

1. Berea College (Kentucky) is a liberal arts college that offers full-tuition scholarships to all admitted students based on financial need. This scholarship covers tuition but not other expenses like room and board.

2. College of the Ozarks (Missouri) is another work-study college where students don't have to pay any tuition. They're expected to work on campus for at least 15 hours a week to cover the cost.

3. Various military academies like the United States Military Academy (West Point), the United States Naval Academy, and the United States Air Force Academy offer full scholarships to students in exchange for a period of service after graduation.

4. Curtis Institute of Music (Pennsylvania) provides all enrolled students with a full-tuition scholarship.

5. Cooper Union (New York) awards a half-tuition scholarship to all admitted students, and some may be eligible for additional need-based aid.

Keep in mind that these schools are often very competitive and have specific requirements for admission. Good luck!

7 months ago

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