Merit Aid

These are some of the more substantial merit scholarships. If there is another college that you are interested in, go to the college’s web site and follow links to financial aid. There will be a page on any merit scholarships that are offered.
UF – Lombardi Scholarship
Emory University Scholars
University of Virginia – Jefferson Scholars
UNC Chapel Hill – Morehead-Cain
UNC Chapel Hill/Duke University Robertson Scholars
Davidson College Nomination Scholarships
Washington University – Danforth Scholars
Boston University –Merit Scholarship
SMU – Hunt Scholarship
Indiana University – Wells Scholars
Stetson University – J. Ollie Edmunds Scholarship and other merit scholarships:
University of South Carolina – McNair Scholars
Washington and Lee University – The Johnson Scholarship Program
University of Texas at Dallas – Eugene McDermott Scholars
Vanderbilt University – Ingram Scholars
University of Alabama
Auburn University
University of Georgia

From U.S. News:
Following are the schools with the highest percentage of students receiving non-need based aid.
(get Web addresses here)
Cooper Union (NY)
Anderson University (SC)
Benedictine College (KS)
University of Florida *
Denison University (OH)
Hampden-Sydney College (VA)
New College of Florida *
DePauw University (IN)
Sweet Briar College (VA)
University of Portland (OR)
Trinity University (TX)
University of the Ozarks (AR)
Birmingham-Southern College (AL)
Montreat College (NC)
College of Wooster (OH)
Longy School of Music (MA)
Westminster College (MO)
California Lutheran University
Ohio Wesleyan University
Truman State University (MO)*
Berry College (GA)
Hendrix College (AR)
Millsaps College (MS)
Fontbonne University (MO)
University of Dayton (OH)
Washington College (MD)
Belmont University (TN)
Catholic University of America (DC)
Coe College (IA) 39%
Miami University–Oxford (OH)*
Randolph-Macon College (VA)
Rhodes College (TN)
Albion College (MI)
Brigham Young University–Provo (UT)
Kalamazoo College (MI)
Loyola University New Orleans
Mississippi College
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
St. Andrews Presbyterian College (NC)
Stetson University (FL)
St. John’s University (MN)
Wesleyan College (GA)
Gonzaga University (WA)
Lynchburg College (VA)
Transylvania University (KY)
University of Michigan–Dearborn *
Andrews University (MI)
Austin College (TX)
Centre College (KY)
Eckerd College (FL)
Huntingdon College (AL)
University of Tulsa (OK)
West Virginia University *
Morehouse College (GA)
Mount St. Mary’s University (MD)
Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania *
Valley City State University (ND)*
Hanover College (IN)
Missouri State University *
Murray State University (KY)*
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology *
Oklahoma Baptist University
Presbyterian College (SC)
Randolph College (VA)
Southern Methodist University (TX)
University of South Carolina–Columbia *
Wagner College (NY)
Albertson College (ID)
Baylor University (TX)
Creighton University (NE)
Florida International University *
Georgetown College (KY)
Grinnell College (IA)
Mercer University (GA)
Monmouth University (NJ)
Tuskegee University (AL)
University of Dallas
College of St. Benedict (MN)
Drake University (IA)
Drew University (NJ)
Georgia Institute of Technology *
Grove City College (PA)
Loras College (IA)
Mayville State University (ND)*
Missouri Valley College
St. Joseph’s University (PA)
Tulane University (LA)
University of Rochester (NY)
Westminster College (UT)
Agnes Scott College (GA)
Bridgewater College (VA)
Carroll College (MT)
Case Western Reserve University (OH)
Chaminade University of Honolulu
Duquesne University (PA)
Furman University (SC)
Goucher College (MD)
Harding University (AR)
Hope College (MI)
Louisiana Tech University *
Spring Hill College (AL)
St. Norbert College (WI)
University of Nebraska–Kearney *
University of Texas–Austin *
Willamette University (OR)
* denotes a public school.