U.S. News gives a detailed ranking of thousands of American Colleges and Universities. For many, they have statistics on how many students receive need based scholarship or grant aid. Here are the results for some Utah and Idaho schools. U.S. News does not have information for the schools not listed.
Over sixty percent of students at Westminster receive need based scholarship or grant aid.
Their tuition is about $27,000. According to U.S. News, the average scholarship or grant award is $14,303.
About 59 percent of students receive need based grants or scholarships at Boise St.
The tuition here is about $5,566, and total enrollment is over 17,000.
About 46 percent of students here receive need-based scholarships of grants.
In-state tuition comes to about $5,800 for these students without financial aid. Total enrollment is about 9,500.
According to U.S. News, about 41 percent of Utah St. students receive financial aid in the form of scholarships or grants.
Tuition for in-state students is about $2,500, without help. There are almost 15,000 students at Utah St.
41 percent of Weber St. students get need-based scholarships and grants to help with the $4,500 in-state tuition.
About 33 percent of U of U students get scholarships and grants based on need.
Tuition for in-state students is just over $6,700.
The average scholarship or grant award when given, is $5,633.
Almost 33 percent of BYU students get need-based scholarships and grants.
In-state tuition currently sits at $4,560.
According to U.S. News, the average need-based scholarship or grant award is $5,491 at BYU.