Enrollees in this university pledge to serve in the U.S. Navy after they graduate, but their tuition is free.
Cadets enrolling at West Point receive free tuition, but they MUST serve in the US Army AND play on a sports team each semester.
Cadets must serve in the military after graduation, but there is no tuition costs for this Colorado-based university.
Cadets at the Coast Guard Academy also pay nothing for tuition, but postgraduate service is a requirement.
At this Kentucky College, students work on-campus to cover tuition fees. Plus, they work low-wage jobs to pay for books, room, and board.
Students participating in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid program at this college will work to cover their tuition. This comes out to 40 hours of work per week, plus 15 hours of on-campus work.
Students who live in the Central Appalachian service area may qualify for free tuition at this college, though they must work in order to cover their fees--doing jobs as a lifeguard, library assistant, custodian, etc.
Students must audition in order to get into this Philadelphia college, but those accepted receive scholarships with the full tuition covered. Cost of living is close to $25,000 per year, excluding tuition.
This two-year college in California ONLY accepts men, as the tuition costs are covered by the work students do working on the alfalfa farm and cattle ranch. Interestingly, even room and board are included.
This small New York engineering school offers scholarships to ALL students who want to take their single course: a bachelor’s degree in both marine engineering and naval architecture.
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