Want to get into a U.S. top university but don’t know if you could afford the education?    Now, there are many world-class American colleges have “Tuition-Free” plans to make their college education affordable to low-income students from all over the world.  Below are some of the very top colleges and we are adding more schools to the list.

School Students (undergrad) National Rankings 2016 Acceptance Rate Cost per year (Undergrad) Terms for Free Tuition
Cornell University 14,453 #15 18% $65,494 Income<$60,000 & total asset<$100,000
Dartmouth College 4,289 #12 11.5% $67,044 Income<$100,000
Duke University 6,626 #8 11.4% $67,654 Income < $60,000
Harvard University 6,694 #2 6% $69,599 Income < $65,000
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) 4,512 #7 7.9% $63,250 Income < $75,000
Princeton University 5,391 #1 7.4% $63,520 Income < $65,000
Stanford University 7,019 #4 5.1% $64,477 Income < $125,000
Texas A&M University 47,093 #70 69% $43,080 Income < $60,000
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 18,350 #30 28.5% $50,360 Income < $47,100
Vanderbilt University 6,851 #15 13.1% $63,532 Income < $48,000
Yale University 5,477 #3 6.3% $65,725 Income < $65,000

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