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SCHOLARSHIP: CORNELL (tata)
aditya birla scholarship (for admission to usa?)
Need Blind: MIT, HARVARD, YALE, PRINCETON, DARTMOUTH, AMHERST, WILLIAMS, MIDDLEBURY
Need Sensitive: BROWN, COLUMBIA, NORTHWESTERN, WELLESLEY, STANFORD
Merit Aid:
His SAT were also strong 2260, but not perfect. He was awarded merit money (from full rides down to $18K) to Davidson, W&L, Rice, USC, Wake. Accepted
to Columbia and Williams (no merit and we do not qualify for financial aid- we are "full pay"). Waitlisted at Harvard and Yale. Rejected to dartmouth. The one
merit scholarship I did think he had the strongest shot at (aside from USC) was the chancellor at Vanderbilt.
Yes there are top 30 schools that offer merit..... Vandy, WashU, Rice, USC, Duke, UChicago, Emory, Cal, UCLA and UMich are some of the Top 30 that offer
merit.
At Uni of miami, about 7 students get full rides (courtesy of the Stamps foundation which contributes to a handful of Universities across the nation), and I think
maybe 75 get the Singer scholarship which covers full tuition for four years.
Some schools in the top 30 and even the top 10 do offer merit aid (whether we're taking about national universities or LACs). These include Chicago, Duke,
WUSTL, JHU, Rice, Vanderbilt, USC, Wake Forest, and UNC (USNWR top 30 universities), as well as Davidson, Grinnell, Smith, Oberlin, Macalester,
Colorado College, Richmond, and Bucknell (USNWR top 30 LACs).
Usually it is for top 1% to 5% of the class; Duke has 15, JHS 22. It depends on the school and the amounts they offer.
Tulane++
Only about 1 percent of freshmen at Boston College, Skidmore and Johns Hopkins, for example, get merit aid.
The University of Southern California offers 100 full-tuition scholarships, more than 200 half-tuition scholarships and more than 250 awards equal to onequarter of its tuition to freshmen each year.

The University of Chicago, which often competes with the Ivies for students, gives scholarships that average $10,600 to 16 percent of its freshmen.
the University of Alabama still provides automatic full-tuition scholarships to both in-state and out-of-state students who hit high levels on their standardized
admission tests.
40% of Berkeley students pay no tuition.
University of Delaware, Univ of Rochester
My D got full ride of Washington and Lee. The cost of tuition, room and board, books and etc comes to about 52K. The scholarship is 53K renewable for 4
years with a 2.7 gpa. She thought the gpa requirement was easy.
Uni of Richmond,
Brandeis, NEU, CWR, ++
Univ of Virginia
Schools that give full rides (or close to it) to selected students:
Emory
Vanderbilt
Southwestern U (TX)
Dickinson
Seattle U
Johns Hopkins
University of Arizona
Arizona State U

Alabama - full tuition


Butler - $17,000 scholarship
UChicago - $18,000 grant
Cornell - $19,000 grant
Denison - $42,000 scholarship
Haverford - $26,000 grant

Northwestern - $16,000 scholarship


URochester - $17,000 scholarship (+ one time $3000 research grant)
Skidmore - $22,000 grant
Wooster - $20,000 scholarship

College

M Total

MIT
Stanford
Harvard
Cornell

690 681 706

Harvey Mudd 707 686 754


Rice

680 689 709

Swarthmore

694 694 710

USC

652 648 668

Johns
Hopkins

673 666 696

Dartmouth
Brown
Columbia
Northwestern
U Penn +

705
697
678
697
692

UIUC
Purdue
UT Austin
UC Berkeley
UCLA+
Georgia Tech

699
687
675
685
687

% % % Job Total
Adm ED Enr MS Cost

Total
pop

M: None
7%
6641
NB: Full Aid
2077
M: None!
18% 35% 51% 48% $57,125 14,167
NB:Tata Scholar
31%
2147 M: Rif $1000(Apply) 25% 28% 31% 64% $57,968 773
N: Women+
W48
32%
2068 M22%:FT(35551) 21% 31% 39% - $51,171 3599
N: reg dec only
37%
2082
Need based
18% 29% 40% 34% $55,250 1567
W13
23%
1968 M: FT-Dec1Apply 24% - 41% $57,470 17,380
Too many to list
24%
2035 M:28k, FT Eng Jan1 20% 40% 36% 41% $55,742 5935
Need based 28k avg
37%

12%
9.4%
9.5%
23%
13%

$59,139
$57,974
$53,135
$58,838
$53,260

663 640 710 2013

67%

$42,420 31,470

568
628
673
638
639

65%
47%
22%
25%
51%

$40,234 30987
$47,678 38420
$55,513 22,240
$54,315 21612
$36,388 13756

586
639
657
653
659

705
690
697
701
706

Fin Aid

685
658
689
665
696

2109
2084
2100
2083
2099

1839
1925
2019
1956
1991

NB
NS
NS
NS

4789
6138
1437
4137
9987

Student:Faculty
Class Size
7:1
80% < 20
12 : 1
54.2% < 20

Locat

US F F
Rnk Rnk Rch

Extra Stuff

NU 1
NY(R) NU15 51 26 eng+
CA(U) LA18 28

- bio+math+eng+sci+comp+

TX(U) NU17 37 19 Nb for regular dc only, comp, bio, research+,


PA(R) LA03 10
LA
9:1
67.8% < 20

- eng+bio+

NU23 95 38 eng+

MD NU13 67 30 Bio eng+ neuro+chem+

NH(R)
RI(U)
NY(U)
IL
PA(U)
IL

eng+bio+
eng+all classes open+
Bio+,eng+
62

Singapore

Middlebury
Wellesley
Bowdoin
Carleton
Pomona
Amherst
Williams

683
681
689
682
694
707
704

670
698
669
690
686
694
705

669
675
670
693
707
700
710

1922
2044
2028
2075
2087
2101
2109

NB

Yale
Princeton
Michigan Ann
Arb
Carnegie
Mellon

717 709 720 2146


709 701 722 2132
646 661 687 1994

NB
NB

NB
NB

16%
34%
23%
31%
15%
18%
19%

$53,000
$56,250
$56,540
$56,566
$54,990
$57,484
$57,272

1780
2141
1762
2020
1540
1795
2029

VT(R)
MA(R)
ME(R)
MN(R)
CA(U)
MA(R)
MA(R)

8%
8.8%
41%

$57,850 5294
$53,204 5220
$51,178 27027

NY(U)
NY(U)

662 685 712 2059 Zero Aid, Bastards! 30% 35% 31% 98% $57,678 6108
34%

bio+
bio+
sci+
neuro+math+
No core+
bio+

PA(U) NU23 69 31 Rwanda Branch

Science at Liberal Arts:


Hope College -- Holland, MI (64 research grants)
Williams College -- Williamstown, MA (64)
Amherst College -- Amherst, MA (63)
Carleton College -- Northfield, MN (63)
Reed College -- Portland, OR (59)
Occidental College -- Los Angeles, CA (57)
Wellesley College -- Wellesley, MA (50)
Pomona College -- Claremont, CA (50)
Swarthmore College -- Swarthmore, PA (49)
Franklin and Marshall College -- Lancaster, PA (47)
Undergraduate Computer Science
Brown, Rice, Dartmouth, Harvey Mudd?, Amherst, Hopkins, UIUC, CMU, USC, Berkeley,

Top Liberal Arts Colleges (+ Dartmouth)


U.S. News rank School Tuition Total enrollment Fall 2010 acceptance rate Average freshman retention rate 6-year graduation rate

#1

Williams College Williamstown, MA

$43,190.00

2083

19.00%

97.00%

95.00%

#2

Amherst College Amherst, MA

$42,898.00

1795

15.00%

98.00%

94.00%

#3

Swarthmore College Swarthmore, PA

$41,150.00

1524

16.00%

97.00%

93.00%

#4

Pomona College Claremont, CA

1560

15.00%

98.00%

94.00%

#5

$39,883.00
$53,800 (total
tuition/fees/ro
Middlebury College Middlebury, VTom/board)

2532

17.00%

96.00%

91.00%

#6

Bowdoin College Brunswick, ME

$42,816.00

1762

20.00%

97.00%

93.00%

#6

Carleton College Northfield, MN

$42,942.00

2020

31.00%

97.00%

93.00%

#6

Wellesley College Wellesley, MA

$40,660.00

2411

34.00%

95.00%

90.00%

#9*

Claremont McKenna College Claremont,


$42,240.00
CA

1278 17%*

96.00%

93.00%

#10

Haverford College Haverford, PA

$42,208.00

1177

26.00%

96.00%

92.00%

#11

Davidson College Davidson, NC

$38,866.00

1742

29.00%

96.00%

91.00%

#12

Washington and Lee University Lexington,


$41,927.00
VA

2173

19.00%

94.00%

93.00%

#12

Wesleyan University Middletown, CT $43,674.00

3215

21.00%

96.00%

94.00%

#14

4686

13.00%

92.00%

86.00%

#14

United States Military Academy WestN/A


Point, NY
in-state: $0,
out-of-state:
United States Naval Academy Annapolis,
$0 MD

4603

8.00%

97.00%

89.00%

#14

Vassar College Poughkeepsie, NY

$44,705.00

2446

24.00%

96.00%

93.00%

#17

Hamilton College Clinton, NY

$42,640.00

1861

29.00%

95.00%

88.00%

#18

Harvey Mudd College Claremont, CA $42,410.00

773

25.00%

98.00%

87.00%

#19

Grinnell College Grinnell, IA

$39,810.00

1655

43.00%

94.00%

87.00%

#19

Smith College Northampton, MA

3113

47.00%

91.00%

83.00%

#21

Bates College Lewiston, ME

1725

32.00%

94.00%

88.00%

#21

Colby College Waterville, ME

$40,070.00
$55,300 (total
tuition/fees/ro
om/board)
$53,800 (total
tuition/fees/ro
om/board)

1825

34.00%

95.00%

90.00%

#21

Colgate University Hamilton, NY

$42,920.00

2903

33.00%

94.00%

88.00%

#24

Oberlin College Oberlin, OH

$43,210.00

2974

31.00%

94.00%

87.00%

#25

Bryn Mawr College Bryn Mawr, PA

$40,824.00

1755

48.00%

93.00%

87.00%

Top Engineering Colleges


1. MIT 4.9
2. Stanford 4.8
3. UC Berkeley 4.7
4. Caltech 4.6
5. Georgia Tech 4.5
6. Illinois 4.4
6. Michigan 4.4
8. Carnegie Mellon 4.3
9. Cornell 4.2
9. Purdue 4.2
11. Princeton 4.1
11. Texas 4.1
13. Northwestern 4.0
13. Wisconsin 4.0
15. Johns Hopkins 3.9
15. Virginia Tech 3.9
17. Penn State 3.8
17. Rice 3.8
17. Texas A&M 3.8
20. Columbia 3.7
20. UCLA 3.7
20. UC San Diego 3.7
20. Univ. of Washington 3.7
24. Duke 3.6
24. Maryland/CP 3.6
24. Minnesota 3.6
27. Harvard 3.5
27. NC State 3.5
27. Ohio State 3.5
27. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 3.5
27. Florida 3.5
27. Penn 3.5
27. USC 3.5
34. UC Davis 3.4
34. Colorado 3.4

34. Virginia 3.4


34. Vanderbilt 3.4
38. Iowa State 3.3
38. UC Santa Barbara 3.3
38. Washington Univ/StL 3.3
38. Yale 3.3
42. Arizona State 3.2
42. Brown 3.2
42. Case Western 3.2
42. Lehigh 3.2
42. UC Irvine 3.2
42. Notre Dame 3.2
48. Michigan State 3.1
48. Rutgers 3.1
48. Arizona 3.1
48. Pittsburgh 3.1

28
5%
Pomona College
29
4%
Colorado School of
Mines
1.
34%
California
30
4%
Bowdoin College
Institute of Technology
31
4%
Earlham College
2
24%
Harvey Mudd
32
4%
Brown University
College
33
4%
University of
3
16%
Massachusetts
Rochester
Institute of Technology
34
4%
University of
4
10%
Reed College
California-Berkeley
5
9%
Rice University
35
4%
Wabash College
6
8%
Swarthmore College 36
4%
Duke University
7
8%
Princeton
37
4%
Worcester
University
Polytechnic Institute
8
7%
Carleton College
38
4%
Amherst College
9
7%
New Mexico
39
4%
Stevens Institute
Institute of Mining and Technology
of Technology
10
7%
University of
40
4%
St Olaf College
Chicago
41
4%
Hendrix College
11
7%
Rensselaer
42
4%
Beloit College
Polytechnic Institute
43
4%
University of
12
7%
Case Western
Missouri, Rolla
Reserve University
44
4%
University of
13
6%
Harvard University California-San Francisco
14
6%
Carnegie Mellon
45
4%
Occidental College
University
46
4%
Alfred University,
15
6%
Johns Hopkins
Main Campus
University
47
4%
Allegheny College
16
6%
Haverford College 48
4%
Whitman College
17
6%
Grinnell College
49
4%
College of Wooster
18
6%
Cornell
50
4%
SUNY College of
University, All Campuses
Environmental Sci & Forestry
19
5%
Kalamazoo College 51
4%
Mount Holyoke
20
5%
Stanford
College
University
52
4%
Bates College
21
5%
Rose-Hulman
53
4%
College of William
Institute of Technology
and Mary
22
5%
Yale University
54
4%
Knox College
23
5%
Cooper Union
55
3%
Franklin and
24
5%
Oberlin College
Marshall College
25
5%
Lawrence
56
3%
Georgia Institute
University
of Technology, Main Campus
26
5%
Bryn Mawr College 57
3%
Washington
27
5%
Williams College
University
Students who pursued Phd

58
3%
Long Island
University Southampton Campus
59
3%
Macalester College
60
3%
University of
California-San Diego
61
3%
Dartmouth College
62
3%
Wellesley College
63
3%
Trinity University
64
3%
Juniata College
65
3%
Ripon College
66
3%
University of
California-Davis
67
3%
Florida Institute
of Technology
68
3%
Polytechnic
University
69
3%
Michigan
Technological University
70
3%
Columbia
University in the City of New York
71
3%
Lehigh University
72
3%
University of
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
73
3%
Centre College
74
3%
Hampshire College
75
3%
University of
Pennsylvania
76
3%
Wesleyan
University
77
3%
University of
Michigan at Ann Arbor
78
3%
Colorado College
79
3%
Bucknell
University
80
3%
Davidson College
81
3%
Northwestern Univ
82
3%
Texas Lutheran
University
83
3%
St John's College
(both campus)
84
3%
Furman University
85
3%
Hope College
86
2%
Clarkson
University

87
2%
University of
Virginia, Main Campus
88
2%
Illinois Institute
of Technology
89
2%
Virginia
Polytechnic Institute and State Univ
90
2%
Union College
(Schenectady, NY)
91
2%
University of
California-Santa Cruz
92
2%
Lafayette College
93
2%
Brandeis
University
94
2%
University of
Dallas
95
2%
Rhodes College
96
2%
University of
Notre Dame
97
2%
Middlebury College
98
2%
University of
Wisconsin-Madison
99
2%
Colgate University
100
2%
Hiram College