Top 10 Tuition-Free Colleges of 2013
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March 26, 2013
4. Alice Lloyd College
Founded in 1923 by Alice Spencer Geddes Lloyd and Jane Buchanan, the Pippa Passes, Kentucky college offers an education tuition-free to students from 108 counties in the Appalachian region.
Students are required to participate in the school’s Student Work Program, which requires a minimum of 160 hours per semester working at a job on campus or locally within the community.
The college offers 13 degree program options in addition to several pre-professional programs that prepare students for careers in fields like law and medicine.
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