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US Schools that Cover Most of Your Financial Need

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College is an expensive adventure. The good news is that there are a lot of schools that aim to cover your financial need in hopes of making the experience more affordable.

Click here to see every school in the country that offers 100% coverage of your financial need. Full coverage of financial need is, of course, great, but there might be reasons why you don’t want or can’t go to those schools and instead will want to check out this list of other schools that provide a lot, but not full, coverage.

Here are 11 schools that meet almost all but not 100% of financial need:

School Name

% of Financial Need Covered by School

Emory University


University of Florida


Lehigh University


St Olaf College


Brandeis University


University of Rochester


Tulane University of Louisiana


Berea College


Carnegie Mellon University


Earlham College


Beloit College


Do you have questions about what coverage of demonstrated financial need means? Because it might mean that you still have to contribute to the cost of attendance. Learn more here.

More interested in the region where you go to school? Check out these lists for a look at the schools that offer the best coverage across the country:

Schools in New England that meet full need

Schools in the Great Lakes region that meet full need

Schools in the Plains region that meet full need

Schools in the Mid-East region that meet full need

Schools in the Rocky Mountains region that meet full need

Schools in the Southwest that that meet full need

Schools in the Southeast that meet full need

Schools on the West Coast that meet full need

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