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Tuition-Free Colleges

There are various colleges and university that either have no tuition, or very little out of pocket expenses.

If you are unable to qualify for a tuition free education you may have to rely on savings. There are many savings plans specific for college which allow you to contribute a certain amount every year.

First, let's list two ways to get free tuition. The first, is the GI Bill. Join the military and opt in to their college tuition program.

Second, you may not of thought of, is to test out of classes.

If your college offers credit for classes by passing a test, then why no try it? The cost of one test would be so much less than tuition for that class.

Yes, tuition-free colleges exist. You need to be the best and very lucky! Check out a few tuition-free colleges below. Maybe you too will be that tuition-free college student!

Stanford University, Washington, Washington State, MIT
Students who have parents who make less than a certain amount do not get charged for tuition. Room and board can also be given free for this same program. Contact these schools for the current levels of income. Most middle to lower class students would qualify. But, you still have to be admitted!

Alice Lloyd College in Pippa Passes, Kentucky
Students are required to work in various jobs on campus for their tuition.

Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia
There are 160 slots. Free use of musical instruments, including pianos is included.

College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout, Missouri
Students work various jobs on campus and are actually graded on their work habits.

Deep Springs College located on a farm/ranch on California's High Desert
Students work on the ranch and farm for free tuition, room, and board. This is not a full 4 year college. You will complete the majority of your degree at a 4 year college.

Cooper Union in Manhatten
Each student receives a full-ride scholarship valued at over $130,000. Art and engineering degrees are offered.

Olin College of Engineering in Needham, Mass.
Each student receives a full-ride scholarship valued at over $130,000.

Berea College in Berea, Kentucky
Every student receives full tuition and is required to work on campus.

In Norway, Norwegian University of Science and Technology is tuition free.

However, you may need to speak Norwegian.

In Sweden, one tuition-free college is Jonkoping International Business School.

Many European colleges and universities are tuition-free. Be aware, of the extra cost of travel and living abroad. Plus, you must factor in the language barriers as well.

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