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Colleges and Universities in USA with scholarships
Asked by: Mustafa
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Posted on Wed, 18 Jun 2008 01:56:16 GMT
Question Description
Which colleges or universities in United States provide scholarships easily to international students? I want the name of the colleges and university which grant higher number of scholarships to international students every year. Please list all the universities and colleges with scholarships for students.
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I've found the list of colleges and universities which offer higher number of scholarships to international students. I'll list all those colleges and universities here:

Name of the College/University (State)
Albright College (Pennsylvania)
Alfred State College (New York)
American University (District of Columbia)
Arcadia University (Pennsylvania)
Augsburg College (Minnesota)
Barclay College (Kansas)
Becker College (Massachusetts)
Belhaven College (Mississippi)
Bellarmine University (Kentucky)
Beloit College (Wisconsin)
Berea College (Kentucky)
Bluffton College (Ohio)
Buena Vista University (Iowa)
Cedar Crest College (Pennsylvania)
Cedarville College (Ohio)
Centenary College (New Jersey)
Claremont-McKenna College (California)
College of Saint Scholastica (Minnesota)
Concordia University (Illinois)
Daniel Webster College (New Hampshire)
Dominican University (Illinois)
Dominican University of California (California)
Dordt College (Iowa)
D'Youville College (New York)
Earlham College (Indiana)
Eastern College (Pennsylvania)
Faulkner University (Alabama)
Ferrum College (Virginia)
Florida Atlantic University/Honors College (Florida)
Gardner-Webb University (North Carolina)
Goshen College (Indiana)
Grace College (Indiana)
Hampden-Sydney College (Virginia)
Hamline University (Minnesota)
Harvey Mudd College (California)
Hope College (Michigan)
Illinois Wesleyan University (Illinois)
Indiana University (Indiana)
Kenyon College (Ohio)
Lebanon Valley College (Pennsylvania)
Macalester College (Minnesota)
Mars Hill College (North Carolina)
Mount Olive College (North Carolina)
Southern New Hampshire University (New Hampshire)
Newberry College (South Carolina)
Niagara University (New York)
North Central University (Minnesota)
North Central University (Minnesota)
Northwestern College (Iowa)
Northwood University (Michigan, Texas, Florida)
Norwich University (Vermont)
Ohio Northern University (Ohio)
Olivet College (Michigan)
Oregon Institute of Technology (Oregon)
Ouachita Baptist University (Arkansas)
Palm Beach Atlantic College (Florida)
Regis College (Massachusetts)
Roosevelt University (Illinois)
Saint Joseph's College (Maine)
Saint Mary's College (California)
Saint Mary's University (Minnesota)
St. Michael's College (Vermont)
Southeast Missouri State University (Missouri)
Southern Christian University (Alabama)
Southwest Baptist University (Missouri)
Southwest Missouri State University (Missouri)
Spring Arbor College (Michigan)
Teikyo Post University (Connecticut)
Union College (Nebraska)
United States Coast Guard Academy (Connecticut)
University of Indianapolis (Indiana)
University of Iowa (Iowa)
University of Louisiana Lafayette (Louisiana)
University of Oregon (Oregon)
University of the Redlands (California)
University of St. Francis (Indiana)
University of St. Louis (Missouri)
University of South Florida/New College (Florida)
University of Tennessee/Martin (Tennessee)
Washington College (Maryland)
Wesleyan College (Georgia)
Wilkes University (Pennsylvania)
William Woods University (Missouri)
Wilmington College (Ohio)
Wingate University (North Carolina)
Winthrop University (South Carolina)

All these colleges and universities may have different scholarships available. You may contact admission department of respective college/university to get more information on scholarships available in particle college or university.

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