It’s that time of year again when junior PSAT test takes start to wonder if they scored high enough to make their state’s cut-off score to qualify as a National Merit Semi-Finalist.
If you have visions of National Merit Scholar qualifying scores dancing in your head, get the list of Colleges Sponsoring National Merit Scholarships for the upcoming year.
The list includes 171 colleges sponsoring National Merit Scholarships along with their size, acceptance rates, test scores, graduation rate, and cost information.
I’ve also included a comprehensive timeline for college financial aid that is essential to the college admissions process. And yes, you can get the list of schools free directly from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. But it won’t have the additional information and won’t be as easy to reference.
In any case, just remember, if your students can score high enough to be in the running, they’ll have plenty of affordable college options. Good luck!