Mario Morgado/Cooper Union
Every student enrolled at Cooper Union in New York City currently receives a full-tuition scholarship. But starting in the fall of 2014, the award will only cover half of the nearly $40,000 in tuition and fees charged by the school. The scholarships are merit-based, so students can apply for need-based financial aid to cover remaining tuition.
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