Go to College for $0 – 13 Free Tuition Options
By Kathryn Knight
December 10, 2010
The Webb Institute is unlike any other school in the country. It offers only one academic option: a double major in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. During January and February, the school closes so that students can use that time to perform internships in marine engineering across the country and the world.
The Institute was founded by William Webb, an ardent ship builder, who was considered the first naval architect in the country. His success in the field led to an interest in civic affairs, culminating in his establishment of the Webb Academy – now known as the Webb Institute.
Some quick facts about Webb Institute…
- Student body consists of 80 undergraduates
- Job placement is 100% after gradutation
- Applicants must meet certain health requirements in order to gain admission
Costs students have to cover per year…
- Student organization dues: $100
- Room and board: $12,000
- Books and equipment: $950
- Laptops and technology: $4,720
- Transportation: $2,800 (varies per student)
- Living expenses: $700
- Winter Work: $3,500 (varies per student)
*The full-tuition scholarship includes library, laboratory and other course fees.