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Which colleges use the CSS Profile for financial aid?

I'm working on my college applications and want to apply for financial aid. I know some schools require the CSS Profile, so which colleges usually ask for the CSS Profile as part of their financial aid process?

6 months ago

The CSS Profile is a financial aid application used by many private colleges and universities to determine eligibility for non-federal financial aid. Here's a brief list of some well-known colleges and universities that require the CSS Profile:

1. Brown University

2. California Institute of Technology (Caltech)

3. Carnegie Mellon University

4. Columbia University

5. Cornell University

6. Dartmouth College

7. Duke University

8. Emory University

9. Georgetown University

10. Harvard University

11. Johns Hopkins University

12. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

13. New York University (NYU)

14. Northwestern University

15. Princeton University

16. Rice University

17. Stanford University

18. University of Chicago

19. University of Notre Dame

20. University of Pennsylvania

21. Vanderbilt University

22. Washington University in St. Louis

23. Yale University

This list is not exhaustive, and many other private colleges and universities also require the CSS Profile for financial aid consideration. To see the full list of institutions that require the CSS Profile and their specific deadlines, you can visit the College Board website: https://profile.collegeboard.org/profile/ppi/participatingInstitutions.aspx

Make sure to check the financial aid requirements for each school you're applying to, as they may have additional forms or documents to submit along with the CSS Profile. Good luck with your college applications and financial aid process!

6 months ago

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