|By Bigsteve121 (Bigsteve121) on Wednesday, October 06, 2004 - 05:56 pm: Edit|
Hi. I've been trying to get info about some schools, but it's a lot of stuff and I was looking for some help. Which )if any) of these schools give good scholarships that will be free rides or just about that. I have a 1500 SAT, 4.65 w gpa, and nat'l merit semifinalist. Schools are:
Thanks in advance.
|By Philvid2 (Philvid2) on Wednesday, October 06, 2004 - 06:46 pm: Edit|
Penn State does not give anyone a full ride.
|By Sybbie719 (Sybbie719) on Thursday, October 07, 2004 - 07:30 am: Edit|
Have you checked the financial aid policies of each schools and the type of merit money which is available?
|By Bigsteve121 (Bigsteve121) on Thursday, October 07, 2004 - 06:36 pm: Edit|
Yeah, I've been looking but I'm wondering if anyone has applied to any of the schools or know anyone that has so I could get a first hand perspective.
|By C0nfusion (C0nfusion) on Thursday, October 07, 2004 - 09:17 pm: Edit|
Penn state gives a full ride if accepted into schreyer honors college and if you receive the braddock scholarship (must be majoring in a science)
Villanova gives a full ride if you apply for and recieve the presidential scholarship
|By Kinshasa (Kinshasa) on Friday, October 08, 2004 - 04:00 pm: Edit|
Check on the Parents Forum. There have been several threads about this. Drew University in Madison, NJ would give you a full ride with those stats. For Boston University Trustees' Scholarship, you need to apply by Dec. 1. Also Brandeis and George Washington have excellent merit aid.
|By Apacolypse (Apacolypse) on Saturday, October 09, 2004 - 09:13 pm: Edit|
UVA gives you a full ride if you're a Jefferson Scholar.
UVA just instituted a great financial aid program called Access UVA.
|By Bluejay (Bluejay) on Sunday, October 10, 2004 - 09:59 am: Edit|
If you are selected as a DuPont Scholar (about 40 from an incoming class of about 3,200) at the University of Delaware you pretty much get a free ride.
|By Sybbie719 (Sybbie719) on Sunday, October 10, 2004 - 11:17 am: Edit|
If you are an eligible low-income students - those whose family income is equivalent to 150% of the federal poverty line or less. (pretty much dirt poor acording to the federal guidelines)
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