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Colby CollegeBeginning with the Class of 2023, the Fair Shot Fund will ensure middle-income students have access to our extraordinary educational opportunities and positions Colby as one of the most affordable four-year colleges in the country. Families earning up to $60,000 with typical assets can expect a parent or guardian contribution of $0. Families earning up to $150,000 with typical assets will have a parent or guardian contribution of no more than $15,000. In recent years, more than 95 percent of families with a total income of $200,000 or less have qualified for financial aid. The College meets 100 percent of each student’s demonstrated need with an aid package that does not include loans.
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Hollins College$33,017 average scholarship/grant awarded to first-time, first-year students. 100% of 2017-18 admitted undergrad received merit-based scholarships.
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California College of the ArtsApply by Feb. 1 and you are eligible to be considered for a merit scholarship of up to $21,000 annually. $21,300 average amount of combined grants and scholarships. 72% receive CCA scholarships. 74% receive financial aid.
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