I want to apply to colleges like Duke University or Brown, but I come from a family of four kids and three of us will be applying to college at the same time. Are there any scholarships that can get me a majority of out-of-state tuition coverage?
Most top colleges (ivies, MIT, Caltech etc.) don't offer any merit based aid, but they meet 100% demonstrated need of the applicants, so if you do get in I don't think finances would hold you back.
This article shows a few such colleges:
You could also try applying to a few independent institutes for scholarships based on your ECs and interests.
Best of Luck on your college search!
It'd be hard to tell just from this question alone, but sports scholarships, merit based, grants, need based, or career/interest based scholarships are a great place to start.
There's a couple websites (Bold.org and niche.com ect..) that have a bunch of different scholarships that fit a variety of students
Hope this helps :)
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