5 Colleges That Aid Programs For Free

By SiliconIndia  |   Thursday, 29 May 2014, 11:26 Hrs   |    3 Comments
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BANGALORE: Want to go to college, but wish you didn't have to pay tuition fee? Believe it or not, that's possible now. As schools continue to raise prices, students are piling up on an increasing amount of educational debt. And to cut down on this measure, there are colleges that will let you go for free. If you aspire to know more, here is a list of 5 colleges that will allow you to pursue the course you like with free of cost, as listed by Christina Couch of Bankrate.
College of the Ozarks:
Location: Point Lookout, Missouri
Tuition price: Free, not including room and board
Value: $17,900 per year
College of the Ozarks is a private run Christian liberal-arts college, with its campus located at the Point Lookout near Branson Missouri, United States. The college undergoes an enrollment of 1,500 every year with a student-to-faculty ratio of approximately 16:1, and has over 30 academic majors with degrees in Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science.
The College charges no tuition for full-time students, due to its student work program and donations. The coursework requires students to work 15 hours a week at an on-campus location and also two 40-hour work weeks during breaks.
The college main focus since its establishment in 1906 is to provide required education for students who do not have the sufficient facility to procure such training.
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1: Please advise where the rest of the article is. The title states 5 schools but only two are showing for the article. Thanks!
Posted by:Lina - 29 May, 2014
2: Thank you for this mention. Please know that Macaulay Honors College students enroll as undergraduates in one of eight City University of New York (CUNY) senior colleges. Graduates earn a joint degree from Macaulay and their home campus. Unfortunately, the photo used is NOT the Macaulay building, located on West 67th Street, on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
By: Grace Rapkin, Director of Marketing and Communications, Macaulay Honors College
Posted by:Grace Rapkin - 29 May, 2014
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Please advise where the rest of the article is. The title states 5 schools but only two are showing for the article. Thanks!
Lina Replied to: Grace Rapkin - 29 May, 2014
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