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By the time you get to the end of this list, you’ll know exactly which school have fantastic need
blind admissions policies – all because of the several primary factors listed below for your

The following schools while not totally tuition free colleges, fortunately (and wonderfully!) they
do offer “Need Blind Admissions”. This means that if you apply and are accepted to these
schools, you will only have to pay for what the college or university determines you can pay. In
other words, if you are accepted and fill out your financial aid forms and the college determines
you can only pay $500 dollars (even though it costs $30,000 to attend), they will award you
scholarship and grants to cover the amount you owe - in this case $30,000-$500=$29,500 is what
you would be awarded in scholarships. As for the $500 most of these schools allow you to take
out loans for the amount that you would owe (in this case $500). So, while these schools are not
tuition fee colleges, they still provide the option to attend a school that you would normally not
be able to afford.
• Amherst College
• Beloit College
• Boston College
• Bowdoin College
• Brandeis University
• Brown University
• California Institute of Technology
• Claremont McKenna College
• Columbia University
• Cornell University
• Cooper Union
• Dartmouth College
• Duke University
• Emory University
• Georgetown University
• Grinnell College
• Harvard University
• Haverford College
• Lawrence University (96% of need met)
• Massachusetts Institute of Technology
• Middlebury College
• Northwestern University
• Pomona College
• Princeton University
• Rice University
• Stanford University
• Swarthmore College
• University of Chicago
• University of Pennsylvania
• University of Richmond
• University of Virginia
• Vassar College
• Vanderbilt University
• Wellesley College
• Wesleyan University
• Williams College
• Yale University
NOTE: Only these schools offer need-blind admissions for non-US citizens.

• Wesleyan University
• Williams College
• Harvard University
• Middlebury College
• Princeton University
• Williams College
• Yale University.

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