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Tuition Free Colleges in the USA? Seems impossible? No it is not. Find the Tuition Free Colleges in the USA that will satisfy your needs from the list below.(source: http://tuitionfreecolleges.mtnhome.org and http://tuitionfreecolleges.mtnhome.org/tuition-freecolleges/free-tuition-colleges-list.html ) “Berea College is the only school in the United States that provides 100% funding to 100% of enrolled [American] and international students.” -Berea College Official WebsiteBerea College Location: Berea, Ky. Specialty: Liberal arts college with required work-study program. How to get in: Most students score between 20 and 30 on the ACT or between 1410 and 1980 on the SAT. Applicants are expected to have a GPA of at least 3.0. The majority of applicants have limited financial resources and come from Appalachia. Percentage of students accepted: Of the 2,083 students who applied in 2007, 28% were accepted. Estimated annual value of tuition: $23,400. Price you have to pay: $0 Contact: http://www.berea.edu Berea College Office of Admissions CPO 2220 Berea, KY 40404 Phone: 859-985-3500 Toll-Free: 800-326-5948 Fax: 859-985-3512 Office Hours: M-F, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Sat, By Appointment Sun, Closed For International Students: Contact: soren_peterson@berea.edu City University of New York’s Teacher Academy “Four-years of tuition and fees, leading to a baccalaureate degree in mathematics or science with initial certification to teach in middle and/or high school….Stipends for internships during the school year and summer. -Official University of New York’s Teacher Academy Website Location: New York

Specialty: The academy, in its second year, prepares undergraduates to be math or science teachers in New York city’s public middle and high schools. How to get in: The school looks for applicants who are strong in science and mathematics and want to become teachers. Applicants need a high overall GPA, as well as high scores on the SAT or ACT. Percentage of students accepted: Out of the 400 students who applied in 2007, about 120 were accepted. Estimated annual value of tuition: $5,000. Students can earn up to $1,600 annually for fieldwork in partner host schools. Price you have to pay in tuition costs: $0. Contact: TA @ BMCC 199 Chambers Street New York, NY 10007 Phone: 212-220-1342 http://www.bmcc.cuny.edu/j2ee/index.jsp TA @ Brooklyn College 2900 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11210 Phone: 718-951-5061 http://depthome.brooklyn.cuny.edu/schooled/teacher-ac-BC.htm TA @ The City College 138th Street & Convent Avenue New York, NY 10031 Phone: 212-650-5794 http://teacheracademy.ccny.cuny.edu/ TA @ College of Staten Island 2800 Victory Boulevard Staten Island, NY 10314 Phone: 718-982-3609 http://www.csi.cuny.edu/teacheracademy/ TA @ Hostos 500 Grand Concourse Bronx, NY 10451 Phone: 718-518-4161 http://www.hostos.cuny.edu/oaa/hhs/teacher_academy/index.htm TA @ Hunter College 695 Park Avenue New York, NY 10021 Phone: 212-772-4490

http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/education/TA/TA_index.html TA @ Lehman College 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West Bronx, NY 10468 Phone: 718-960-8706 http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/lehman/services/teacheracademy.html TA @ Queens College 65-30 Kissena Boulevard Flushing, NY 11367 Phone: 718-997-5178 http://qcpages.qc.cuny.edu/teacheracademy/ TA @ York College 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Boulevard Jamaica, NY 11451 Phone: 718-262-3780 http://york.cuny.edu/teacher-academy College of the Ozarks “Question: What is the student’s cash amount due for the Cost of Education? Answer: $0.00″ From the College of the Ozarks Official Website Location: Point Lookout, Mo. Specialty: Liberal arts college with required work-study program. How to get in: Ninety percent of each entering class must demonstrate financial need. Students should be in the top half of their graduating class and have at least a 19 on the ACT or a 910 on the SAT. Percentage of students accepted: Of the 2,728 students who applied in 2007, 12% were accepted. Estimated annual value of tuition: $15,900. Contact: College of the Ozarks PO Box 17, Point Lookout, MO 65726 1-800-222-0525 www.cofo.edu 5. Cooper Union Location: New York Specialty: Engineering, art, and architecture. How to get in: Applicants need to submit a portfolio and complete a home test of six or seven projects. Architecture applicants are accepted based on their academic achievement and a home test evaluation. Engineering students are admitted based on their high school average, SAT scores, and other math or science exams.

Percentage of students accepted: Of the 2,551 students who applied in 2007, 11% were accepted. Estimated annual value of tuition: $31,500. Contact: Phone: 212-353-4100 . The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art Cooper Square New York, NY 10003-7120 6. Curtis Institute of Music Location: Philadelphia Specialty: Music conservatory. How to get in: The school seeks students with strong musical aptitude who want to pursue a professional music career. Students must submit an application and schedule an audition at the school. Percentage of students accepted: Of the 834 students who applied in 2007, 7% were accepted. Estimated annual value of tuition: $32,500. Contact: 1726 Locust Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 phone: 215-893-5252 fax: 215-893-9065 7. Deep Springs College Location: Deep Springs, Calif. Specialty: All-male liberal arts college located in a remote desert area with a focus on academics, labor, and self-governance. How to get in: Applicants must take the SAT or ACT and complete a two-stage application. Percentage of students accepted: Of the 200 students who applied in 2007, about 7% were accepted. Estimated annual value of tuition (includes room and board): $50,000. Contact: Deep Springs College HC 72 Box 45001 Deep Springs, CA via Dyer, NV 89010-9803 Phone: (760) 872-2000 8. Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering Location: Needham, Mass.

Specialty: Engineering school. How to get in: The school looks for students with a strong calculus and physics foundation. Applicants are asked to take either the SAT or ACT, along with two SAT subject tests in math and science. Percentage of students accepted: Of the 1,054 who applied in 2007, 11% were accepted. Estimated annual value of tuition: $33,600. Contact: Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering Olin Way | Needham, MA 02492 Phone: 781.292.2300 15. Webb Institute Location: Glen Cove, N.Y. Specialty: Naval architecture and marine engineering. How to get in: The school looks for applicants with a strong engineering background. Students must have at least a B average in physics, chemistry, and mathematics, as well as strong grades in other subjects. The average SAT score for students is 1370, out of 1600. Percentage of students accepted: Of the 102 students who applied in 2007, 31% were accepted. Estimated annual value of tuition: $28,000.

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