5 Colleges That Will Pay Your Tuition For You

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At this point, we all know that the cost of college tuition is a bit more than just a little excessive. We’re talking tens of thousands of dollars per semester, and even community colleges are more expensive than they were in the past. The cost of attending school has increased more than you even want to know over the past decade, and it’s only going to get more and more expensive as time wears on. The only thing left to do at this point is tell your kids that it’s only worth it to go to school if they’re going to be a doctor or invent something like Facebook or YouTube. Or, you could find a college that will cover the cost of their tuition so you don’t have to worry about the fact that they want to spend $75k on a degree in education. Here are a few free colleges to keep in mind.

Barclay College

This Kansas college is a faith-based school that allows you to receive an automatic $12,500 scholarship just for being accepted into the school.

College of the Ozarks

Your entire college tuition is paid for without any cost to you so long as you do a little work to earn it. You will need to work 15 hours per week either in the kitchen, the landscaping or anywhere else that needs your help. Additionally, two weeks of the year require you work a full 40-hour week to earn a free education.

Berea College

This Kentucky school adjusts the cost of student aid based on your family’s income. If your family cannot afford to send you to college, you don’t pay. It’s really quite simple to figure it out.

Deep Springs College

This accredited 2-year college is located in California and it doesn’t make students pay anything. You can attend school here with a $50,000 scholarship so long as you spend 20 hours per week doing manual labor at the school. Room and board is included.

U.S. Service Academics

If you decide that 5 years in the military when you graduate is a good deal, you can have a Bachelor’s Degree completely paid for when you get out. Most every branch of the armed forces offers this.

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