A complete guide to colleges offering free tuition, full-tuition scholarships and other financial programs to cover students' tuition, room and board, books, fees and more. Everybody Else's Guide to Going to College for Free is THE student financial aid guide for students and families who are uncertain about how they will cover college expenses. It's the only guide for the current state of our economy.
DD gives an overview of the book:
WHAT'S IN THE BOOK
Everybody Else’s Guide to Going to College for Free is a resource for every student and parent wondering how they will pay for college. This book contains none of those fake “free money for college” programs you may have seen on television or in Google ads. These are real grant, scholarship and work-study opportunities available to all students who are to attend college, but who cannot afford it.
Inside of Everybody Else’s Guide to Going to College for Free you’ll find colleges promise a financial aid package to cover 100% of student need; colleges that substitute grants for loans (that means zero debt); colleges that offer full-tuition scholarships; colleges that cover tuition plus books, room and board and fees; colleges that offer students travel abroad, internships and guaranteed entry into grad school. There are even colleges that charge $0 for tuition!
The guide covers public and private colleges and universities, Ivy League universities, community colleges and Christian colleges. There’s a school or financial aid program for nearly every student—regardless of income, test scores, geography, even grade point average.
Everybody Else’s Guide to Going to College for Free also includes a list of online and other resources.
Chapter 1: Tuition-Free Colleges
Tuition-free colleges are colleges that provide full-tuition scholarships to every student that is admitted. We’ve identified eleven such colleges in the U.S.
Chapter 2: National Programs
These programs allow students throughout the U.S. to attend the college or university of their choice free of charge.
Chapter 3: Scholarship Programs
- State Grants & Scholarships for Free or Full Tuition (State/Public Colleges)
- Free Tuition to State & Community Colleges (for In-State Students)
- Full-Tuition College/University Scholarships & Grants (Private and
- Public Colleges)
Chapter 4: Schools That Meet “Full Need”
These colleges and universities say they will meet students’ demonstrated financial need up to full tuition.
Chapter 5: The FAFSA
All roads to financial aid begin at the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, the FAFSA. The FAFSA is just what it sounds like, a free application for financial aid.
Chapter 6: Next Steps
Once you’ve selected a college, you can get to work on the application. Everybody Else’s Guide to Getting into College is a college preparation guide for anyone who thinks they can’t get into college because of grades, test scores or money.
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