Academically qualified students are eligible to receive one or more scholarships that will pay their tuition in full. Eligibility criteria includes evidence of academic promise and ACT scores above 30 or SAT scores above 1360. Being a Missouri based school, one of their most famous scholarships is the Mark Twain Nonresident Scholarship.
This school has committed to providing tuition free college education to all low-income students. Their Covenant Program promises first-year and transfer students that they will graduate debt-free if they demonstrate financial need, through several scholarships and grants. In return, students receiving these scholarships agree to commit to work study programs and summer school programs. UNC is ranked in the top 50 of all colleges and universities.
If you are a Texas resident, this school’s Aggie Assurance plan provides for free tuition to eligible students. The student must have a family income of $60,000 or less and the program provides scholarships and grants that cover full tuition. To stay eligible for the program from school year to school year, students must maintain a GPA of 2.5 and have satisfactory academic progress.
MIT is a world renown college and has an outstanding record of providing their students with a tuition free education. For all their enrolled students who are from families earning less than $90,000 per year, MIT ensures scholarship funding to cover all tuition costs. This aid policy has allowed the majority of all those graduating to get their degree without any student debt. MIT has ranked in the top five of all colleges and universities.
This world famous university, based in California, offers some of the most generous financial aid available to their students. Thanks to very generous contributors and benefactors, Stanford can provide scholarships that cover full tuition for students who have up to $125,000 family income. This school is ranked in the top ten of all colleges and universities.
This special school is totally online based and offers free tuition to all of its accepted students. They are one of only a few fully online schools that is fully accredited. They do charge an “exam fee” of $100 per course, but they have scholarships available for those with demonstrated financial need.
This Rhode Island based ivy league university has The Brown Promise initiative, designed to eliminate loans from all undergraduate financial aid awards. For those who are interested in becoming an education professional, note that Brown has been ranked as the #1 best undergraduate teaching school in the country.
This Tennessee based university offers free tuition for students with family income of less than $60,000. Through their Peabody College of Education and Human Development, students may earn graduate degrees that are 100 percent online. Vanderbilt consistently ranks among the top 20 best universities in the country.