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Guaranteed, Largest Dollar Scholarships by State

Jan 5, 2017

by Susan Dutca

While you can always increase your chances at landing a scholarship - increasing your community service and extracurricular involvement, having good grades and writing strong essays - winning one isn't always guaranteed...or can it be? According to TIME Money, one way to secure a scholarship is to apply to, and attend a college that guarantees its incoming class free college money. Here are the college states and the schools that offer the largest dollar awards:

  1. Arkansas - Hendrix College: $26,629

  2. California - Mills College: $23,143

  3. Florida - Stetson University: $23,648

  4. Georgia - Agnes Scott College: $22,269

  5. Idaho - The College of Idaho: $14,177

  6. Illinois - Illinois Institute of Technology: $25,641

  7. Indiana - Hanover College: $19,117

  8. Iowa - Luther College: $20,970

  9. Kentucky - Berea College: $22,938

  10. Maine - University of New England: $16,286

  11. Massachusetts - Bay Path University: $18,750

  12. Michigan - Albion College: $20,840

  13. Minnesota - Saint John's University: $21,849

  14. Missouri - Rockhurst University: $22,558

  15. Nebraska - Nebraska Wesleyan University: $16,343

  16. New Jersey - Centenary College: $13,747

  17. New York - Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art: $31,000

  18. North Carolina - Guilford College: $16,165

  19. Ohio - Ohio Wesleyan University: $24,413

  20. Pennsylvania - Allegheny College: $21,942

  21. South Carolina - Presbyterian College: $23,008

  22. South Dakota - Augustana College: $16,609

  23. Tennessee - Lipscomb University: $12,635

  24. Texas - Southwestern University: $20,100

  25. Virginia - Bridgewater College: $19,341

  26. Wisconsin - Saint Norbert College: $16,742

And don't forget, you should pay for your college education with as much free money as possible! Find as many scholarships and grants as you can before turning to student loans. Visit the Scholarships.com free college scholarship search today where you'll get matched with countless scholarships and grants for which you qualify, then apply and win! It’s that easy!

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nizigiye duc delphin  on  1/18/2017 6:13:54 AM commented:

it will be great help to me funding this school for a scholarship and my parents have issies of baby sitting and money issues

Marcel w  on  1/1/2017 9:41:51 PM commented:

It will be a great help to me if i recieve funding for school. So much singke parents would like to attend but they have iaaues with babysitting, transportation and finance issues

Gibberish Von Gibberton  on  12/20/2016 12:53:02 PM commented:

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Axmed Xuseen Barre  on  12/16/2016 1:29:56 PM commented:

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Pamphil M.  on  12/15/2016 9:54:26 PM commented:

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