Top 10 Tuition-Free Colleges of 2013

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Elizabeth Hoyt

March 26, 2013

Top 10 Tuition-Free Colleges of 2013 Top 10 Tuition-Free Colleges of 2013

3. Cooper Union

Peter Cooper founded Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art and the college has offered full-tuition scholarships since its founding in 1859.

The school, located in Manhattan, offers degree programs in architecture, fine arts as well as engineering disciplines. Each year, 1,000 students are accepted into the program, making the student to faculty ratio a low 8.5:1.

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