Go to College for $0 – 13 Free Tuition Options
By Kathryn Knight
December 10, 2010
Alice Lloyd College is yet another work college that offers full-tuition scholarships to all students. Working on campus for 10 – 20 hours a week is a graduation requirement, ensuring that all students follow through and complete their fair share.
The school was founded by Alice Lloyd, who moved to Pippa Passes from Boston and found a staggering need for education in the area. Over the years, it primarily recruited from the Appalachia region and eventually grew to a schooling system that not only educated college students but also grades K – 12, who received their education from the June Buchanan School.
Some quick facts about Alice Lloyd College…
- 609 students are enrolled at Alice Lloyd College, according to stateuniversity.com
- In 2009, 1,659 students applied – 681 were admitted
Costs students have to cover per year:
- Student fees: $2,700
- Room and board: $3,900
- Books and fees: $300 – 600
*Full-tuition scholarships are made available to all students.