See the Full Ride Scholarships spreadsheet created by Wendy Nelson of MyKidsCollegeChoice.com. Wendy has been working on this spreadsheet for years. It lists all US colleges that offer full-ride or full-tuition merit based scholarships. It contains 606 colleges in 49 states with over 1,200 scholarships. If you’re looking for full ride scholarships, this spreadsheet is the place to start.
100 of the scholarships require an ACT score of 25 or less; 99 require a 1200 or less on the SAT. Over 180 are automatic scholarships students qualify for without any separate application. The public college information shows if the scholarship is limited to in-state or out-of-state students. The spreadsheet also indicates if international students are eligible.
The most amazing thing is that Wendy only charges $19.95 for the list. This is probably the best deal you’ll ever get for less than twenty dollars. Get your copy of the Full Ride Scholarships spreadsheet now.
(I’m an affiliate for the Full Ride Scholarship spreadsheet because I think it’s a great resource.)
7 thoughts on “How to Find Full Ride Scholarships”
“The most amazing thing is that Wendy only charges $14.95 for the list. This is probably the best deal you’ll ever get for less than ten dollars.”
Is the cost 14.95, or is the sentence following it incorrect that says “less than ten dollars”?
It’s $14.95. Sorry for the error, I’ve got it fixed. Still an amazing deal.
Great…right after I purchased the Full Ride Scholarship list for $14.95, I get an email offering it for $9. What’s up with that? That said, it’s an Excel spreadsheet that is a little awkward to navigate and probably a better purchase for someone other than me. I’m not sure how useful it will be. There are a lot of asterisks attached to the info provided, meaning that a lot of the info that I would have hope to have been provided, I’m going to have to go look up on my own anyway.
Hi, you probably received the 2nd email from a different source. I know some people are offering the same type of thing after copying Wendy’s data. As for the asterisks, there are over 1,600 4-year colleges. I consider the $14.95 a good investment even if it just points you in the right direction. It’s really an incredible value, the cost is less than the average cost to apply to college or take the SAT.