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Full Tuition Merit Scholarship Schools

These scholarships offer full tuition scholarships to international applicants based on student merit.
Students apply for these scholarships at the time of their application.
Carleton College Northfield, Minnesota
Full Tuition Scholarship (up to six per year)
Carleton also gives away partial tuition scholarship. In total, Carleton gave 26 international students
aid last year totaling $2,589,268.
Hope College - Holland, Michigan
Full Ride International Scholarship (for students from low-middle income countries)
Hope College also administers need-based aid. Last year, 51 international students were granted
aid totaling $607,818.
Rice University Houston, Texas
Allen International Scholarship
Rice students are also eligible for need-based aid. Rice gave away $1,828,575 in aid last year to 75
international students.
University of Miami Coral Gables, Florida
Premier Scholarship
The University of Miami also offers partial tuition merit-based scholarships. Last year the school
gave away $3,318,202 to 118 international students.
Washington and Lee University Lexington, Virginia
Johnson Scholarship
Washington and Lee University also offers need-based aid. Washington and Lee gave away
$3,640,194 last year to 73 international students.
Need Blind Schools Committed to Meeting 100% of Demonstrated Need
These schools do not consider your ability to pay as a factor in your admissions decision. Once you
are accepted, they will cover your full need whether that be a partial scholarship or full tuition.
Harvard University Cambridge, Massachusetts
530 students, $27,866,340
Yale University New Haven, Connecticut
350 students, $18,639,436
Princeton University Princeton, New Jersey
409 students, $16,397,219
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA
374 students, $16,854,797
Dartmouth College Hanover, New Hampshire

251 students, $12,279,562

Amherst College Northampton, Massachusetts
146 students, $7,655,287
Other schools with generous aid for international students
These schools give away millions of dollars each year to help international students. Most of these
schools will take your ability to pay into account in the admissions process but once accepted, these
schools offer highly qualified applicants generous aid packages ranging from partial tuition
scholarships to full tuition grants.
Bard College Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
196 students, $7,617,880 total
Bates College Lewiston, Maine
84 students, $4,081,959 total
Beloit College Beloit, Wisconsin
111 students, $2,143,021 total
Bennington College Bennington, Vermont
46 students, $2,024,000 total
Brown University Providence, Rhode Island
207 students, $8,400,000 total
Bryn Mawr College Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
157 students, $6,179,834 total
California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California
26 students, $1,124,845 total
Clark University Worcester, Massachusetts
165 students, $3,993,130 total
Colby College Waterville, Maine
82 students, $3,957,995 total
Colgate College Hamilton, New York
114 students, $5,360,736 total
College of the Atlantic Bar Harbor, Maine
52 students, $2,164,213 total
Colorado College Colorado Springs, Colorado
70 students, $3,155,913 total
Connecticut College New London, Connecticut
57 students, $2,747,848 total
Denison University Granville, Ohio

153 students, $3,879,380 total

DePauw University Greencastle, Indiana
$5,090,458 total
Dickinson College Carlisle, Pennsylvania
133 students, $4,429,897 total
Franklin and Marshall College Lancaster, Pennsylvania
159 students, $5,951,714 total
Grinnell College Grinnell, Iowa
157 students, $5,655,157 total
Hamilton College Clinton, New York
66 students, $2,975,464 total
Hampshire College Amherst, Massachusetts
87 students, $1,924,573 total
Hendrix College Conway, Arkansas
$1,687,347 total
Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago, Illinois
592 students, $10,703,818 total
Kenyon College Gambier, Ohio
58 students, $2,304,722 total
Knox College Galesburg, Illinois
$2,976,508 total
Lafayette College Easton, Pennsylvania
103 students, $3,859,836 total
Lawrence University Appleton, Wisconsin
110 students, $2,222,784 total
Macalester College St Paul, MN
222 students, $7,647, 111 total
Middlebury College Middlebury, Vermont
129 students, $6,313,628 total
Mount Holyoke College South Hadley, Massachusetts
448 students, $15,480,183 total
Oberlin College Oberlin, Ohio
146 students, $4,343,742 total
Ohio Wesleyan University Delaware, Ohio
149 students, $3,368,998 total
Reed College Portland, Oregon

45 students, $2,080,424 total

Sarah Lawrence College Bronxville, New York
$2,592,487 total
Skidmore College Saratoga Springs, New York
80 students, $4,281,849 total
Smith College Northampton, Massachusetts
168 students, $7,339,206 total
Soka University of America Aliso Viego, California
164 students, $5,308,880 total
St. Johns College Annapolis Annapolis, Maryland
39 students, $1,229,271 total
St. Lawrence University Canton, New York
155 students, $5,939,516 total
St. Olaf College Northfield, Minnesota
$5,309,947 total
Stanford University Stanford, California
187 students, $9,088,919 total
Swarthmore College Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
56 students, $2,604,476 total
Trinity College Hartford, Connecticut
146 students, $7,446,464 total
Union College Schenectady, New York
82 students, $2,706,410 total
University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
332 students, $14,245,353 total
University of Richmond Richmond, Virginia
128 students, $5,628,674 total
University of Rochester Rochester, New York
328 students, $6,538,139 total
Vassar College Poughkeepsie, New York
92 students, $4,445,049 total
Wabash College Crawfordsville, Indiana
53 students, $936,950 total
Wellesley College Wellesley, Massachusetts
114 students, $5,417,075 total
Wesleyan University Middleton, Connecticut

83 students, $4,270,370 total

Wheaton College (MA) Norton, Massachusetts
103 students, $2,344,486 total
Williams College Williamstown, Massachusetts
80 students, $4,373,650 total
Worcester Polytechnic Institute Worcester, Massachusetts
350 students, $8,148,755 total
Yeshiva University New York, New York
133 students, $3,209,689 total