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Guaranteed, Largest Dollar Scholarships by State


January 5, 2017 3:42 PM
by Susan Dutca-Lovell

     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:

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

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