Getting an acceptance letter for the following American higher learning establishments is no easy feat, as a 4.0 grade point average is actually not enough. What does it take? Well, an incredibly high SAT score, a long list of extra curriculars, and the ability to pay the outrageous tuition fees.
[post_page_title]College of the Ozarks[/post_page_title]
Situated at Point Lookout in Missouri, College of the Ozarks is a liberal arts college with a 1,000 acre campus. Apart from its pictursque location, this college isn’t like all the others.
Around 1,400 students attend the college and those that are full-time don’t pay tuition fees due to the student work program and various donations received. Established in 1907, it has always had a tradition of having students work instead of pay tuition, adopting the nickname Hard Work U. It has held its current name since 1990.
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