Free College Tuition

Here are a handful of accredited colleges with free tuition:

Barclay College
Haviland, KS

http://www.barclaycollege.edu/finances/tuitionfree.asp

Barclay College is offering a FULL TUITION SCHOLARSHIP to all on-campus students beginning with the Fall 2007 semester. This scholarship is worth $11,000 per year and is available every year you are enrolled full-time.

Our goal is to "... prepare students in a Bible-centered environment for effective Christian life, service and leadership" while at the same time allowing you to graduate from college with little or no debt. Your maximum cost for the 2010-2011 year will only be $9,290 which covers room, board and fees. Because Barclay College is Nationally accredited, students are eligible for Federal financial aid and any outside scholarships which can be applied to lower that cost.

Barclay College is located in Haviland, KS and offers Bachelor degrees in Bible/Theology, Missions, Pastoral Ministry, Psychology/Family Studies, Youth Ministry, Music Ministry, Missions: Bi-vocational, Business Administration and Christian School Elementary Education.

Bachelor's Degrees


Missions 

Elementary Education
Fort Hays State University
 

Missions: Bi-Vocational 

Missions: Nursing

 















Minors

Business Administration





College of the Ozarks

http://www.cofo.edu/

100 Opportunity Ave, Hollister, MO

Students don’t pay tuition at C of O!  How does that work?

Basically……
Work Program + Federal and State Grants + College of the Ozarks Scholarship = Your annual tuition!

Each student participates in the on-campus work program for 15 hours per week and two forty-hour work weeks. Earnings from participation in the work program, plus any federal and/or state aid for which students qualify, plus a College of the Ozarks Cost of Education Scholarship combine to meet each student’s full tuition charge.

*Tuition only: does not include room and board, books or Health/Technology/Services fees.


Majors 
Accounting 
Agriculture
    emphasis: Agribusiness, Animal Science, Horticulture, Agronomy
Agriculture Education
Allied Health Science Interdisciplinary 
Art
Art Education 
Biology
Biology Education 
Business
    emphasis: General Business, International Business, Economics, Marketing, Management
Chemistry
Chemistry Education
Communication Arts
    emphasis: Public Relations, Speech Communications
Computer Information Science
Computer Science
Conservation and Wildlife Management
Criminal Justice
    emphasis: Law Enforcement, Corrections
Dietetics
Elementary Education
Elementary Education: Early childhood concentration 
English
English Education 
Family and Consumer Sciences-- 
    emphasis: Child Development, Food & Nutrition, General Family and Consumer Sciences
Family and Consumer Sciences Vocational Education 
Graphic Arts 
History
History Education 
Hotel and Restaurant Management
    emphasis: General Hotel/Restaurant Management, Meeting and Special Event Management, 
    Professional Foodservice Management 
Mass Communications
    emphasis: Journalism, Electronic Media Production: Audio, Video, Radio Track 
Mathematics
Mathematics Education 
Music
    emphasis: General Music, Music Ministry
Music Education 
    emphasis: Choral Music Education, Instrumental Music Education 
Nursing 
Philosophy and Religion 
Physical Education
     emphasis: K-12 Education, Recreational Administration or Health/Wellness 
Psychology 
Secondary Education
     (must be taken as a double major with a major in one of the approved teaching fields)
Sociology
    emphasis: General Sociology or Social Work
Spanish
Spanish Education
Speech and Theatre Education
Theatre
    emphasis: General Theatre, Music Theatre, Drama Ministry, or Speech and Theatre Education
Unified Science: Biology endorsement
Unified Science: Chemistry endorsement

Minors
Accounting
Agribusiness
Animal Science
Art History
Biology
Business Administration
Chemistry
Child Development 
Christian Ministry
Clothing & Textiles
Coaching
Computer Science
Computer Information Science
Criminal Justice
French
General Agriculture
German
Graphic Arts
History
Horticulture
Hotel/Restaurant Management
Journalism
Literature
Mathematics
Media Production
Military Science
Music
Philosophy and Religion
Psychology
Rhetoric
Sociology
Sociology-Gerontology 
Speech 
Studio Art
Technology
Theatre

Pre-Professional Programs
Allied Health Science 
Conservation and Wildlife Management 
Dietetics 
Medical Technology 
Pre-engineering 
Pre-law 
Pre-medicine 
Pre-pharmacy 
Pre-physician's assistant 
Pre-veterinary 

Certificates & Pre-Professional Credentials 
The department of Education provides state approved programs leading to teacher certification in the following academic areas:
Approved Elementary Fields
Elementary Education Grades 1-6
 
Approved Secondary Teaching Fields
(9-12 unless otherwise indicated)
Agriculture
Mathematics
Art K-12
Music-Instrumental K-12
Biology
Music-Vocal K-12
Business
Physical Education K-12
Chemistry
Speech & Theatre
English
Unified Science-Biology
Foreign Language (Spanish) K-12
Unified Science-Chemistry
History (Social Studies)
Voc. Family & Consumer Sciences K-12
 
Certification endorsements are available in the following fields:
Art K-9P.E. K-9Health K-9; K-12; 9-12
French K-9Spanish K-9Early Childhood PK-3
 
Middle School (5-9)
 
Language ArtsMathematicsScience
Social StudiesBusiness EducationAgriculture
 


The Teacher Education program is fully accredited by the Missouri Department of Education and Secondary Education.

The Pre-Professional programs offer preparations for careers in Engineering, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Medical Technology, Pharmacy, Law and a competency-based Dietetics program.

The Interdisciplinary program enables students who work closely with faculty members to construct special academic major programs to meet specific career objectives to which students may aspire.


Alice Lloyd College


100 Purpose Road
Pippa Passes, KY

Scholarships

Alice Lloyd College guarantees no out-of-pocket costs for tuition to all accepted full-time students from our 108-county service area in Appalachia. This generous financial aid package is made possible through the private support of alumni, friends, churches, organizations, foundations, and businesses across America. A gift to one of our scholarship funds offers central Appalachian students quality educational opportunities with little or no accumulation of debt.

General Scholarship Fund

Each year, approximately 30% of our operating income is used to provide student aid in the form of scholarship grants. A gift to the general scholarship fund provides financial assistance to one or more students during the year in which the gift is made.

Student Work Scholarship Fund

All full-time students attending Alice Lloyd College are required to work a minimum of 10 hours per week in our Student Work Program to help pay for the cost of education. Gifts to the student work scholarship fund help cover student wages during the year in which the gifts are made.

http://www.alc.edu/academics/academic_scholarships.php

Degree Programs offered by Alice Lloyd College

Bachelor of Arts Degrees

Business Administration
Elementary Education (P-5)
English
English Education (8-12)
History
Interdisciplinary Studies
Middle School Education (5-9)
Physical Education (P-12)
Social Studies Education (8-12)
Sports and Fitness Programs Management

Minors

Accounting
Biology
Business Administration
Chemistry
English
History
Mathematics
Sociology

Bachelor of Science Degrees

Biological Science Education (8-12)
Biology
Physical Science

Pre-Professional Programs

Dentistry
Engineering
Law
Medicine
Optometry
Pharmacy
Physical Therapy
Veterinary Medicine



Webb Institute
http://www.webb-institute.edu/expenses-and-financial-aid.html

Glen Cove, NY

Naval Architecture 

Marine Engineering

Ship Design

Humanities

Mathematics

Science

Engineering

Electrical Engineering

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