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I’m thrilled to hear this! Dartmouth College offers a variety of financial aid programs to international students? There are two types of aid: scholarships and loans, which may cover expenses like flights and accommodations.
The “need-blind” admissions policy at Dartmouth, which was first used for American students, will now be used for international students as well.
A DARTMOUTH ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
There are over 950 endowed scholarship funds at Dartmouth College that will be matched to students from the college. A scholarship does not constitute new financial assistance,
AT DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE
ASSISTANCE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR DARTMOUTH NEEDY STUDENTS
Need-based Dartmouth Scholarships are awarded without the expectation of repayment. There may be a range of amounts from $1,000 to over $70,000, depending on what your family can contribute. Your application for aid will automatically consider these funds.
but rather designates that existing grants will be funded through a particular endowment. To assist with these pairings, aid beneficiaries must fill out a survey. There is no need to submit separate applications for each opportunity. An opt-out option is available for students who do not want to actively engage.
In many cases, students who receive these scholarships are required to thank the donors each year and answer a few additional questions about their experience at Dartmouth. Many people meet their donors, which opens up wonderful networking opportunities. The financial aid program at Dartmouth and the student body can benefit from donors’ contributions when they are familiar with one or more individual students.
The high cost of higher education can be greatly reduced by scholarships provided by organizations outside of your school (whether for academic, civic, or athletic excellence).
The funds can be used to replace or reduce the employment and loan portions of your Dartmouth award. You may not be required to pay a Student Contribution if your scholarship specifies a leave-term earnings expectation. A student who has a higher expected family contribution (EFC) at Dartmouth than their estimated family contribution (EFC) determined by the FAFSA may apply for outside aid to lower their EFC at Dartmouth. Dartmouth does have to reduce a scholarship award if a student’s outside resources are so substantial that they are out of line with federal and institutional guidelines.
SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS FOR VETERANS
You will be able to lower the cost of study at Dartmouth College by applying for veterans’ benefits as outside scholarships you have earned. For more details, see the Veterans section.
STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS AT THE FEDERAL LEVEL
Federal Financial Aid can only be applied for by U.S. citizens or permanent residents using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Financial need qualifies students for Pell Grants, which are available as part of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Students with the greatest need are awarded FSEOGs by the College. There is a range of amounts, but the maximum amount is $4,000.
GRANTS FROM STATES
Dartmouth College accepts need-based grants from many states. The amount you receive in state grants will reduce your Dartmouth scholarship. You are not eligible for state grants until they are received from the state. If you would like to find out more about your state’s grant program, you should contact the Financial Aid Office.
STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS IN ROTC
ROTC Scholarships are competitively awarded to outstanding students. Army Scholarships provides additional details about Dartmouth’s ROTC program.