Yes, many universities and colleges offer 100% free scholarships that also include hospitality such as housing, meals, and campus access. These type of scholarships are often referred to as “full rides,” and they provide students with the financial means to pursue their academic goals without having to worry about additional costs associated with attending college or university.
At the undergraduate level, full-ride scholarships are rare since most universities cover tuition for in-state students but may require recipients to pay for other expenses like room & board. Therefore, many full-ride scholarships at this level are offered by private institutions or organizations rather than state schools.
There is a wide variety of sources for these types of awards including philanthropic programs from large companies like Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation and Wells Fargo Scholarship Program; merit aid awards from top universities like Stanford University; national honor societies such as Phi Beta Kappa; privates organizations focused on particular fields (e.g., STEM fields); government grants; religious affiliations (e.g., Catholic Universities); sports teams (e.g., NCAA Division I Athletics); creative competitions (e.g., National Novel Writing Month); corporate sponsorships; minority awards through public agencies like The Gates Millennium Scholars Program; arts foundations such as the John Lennon Music Education Grant program; volunteer service programs such as AmeriCorps VISTA and Peace Corps Fellowships Program…etc..
It’s important that you research thoroughly when looking for scholarship opportunities since there can be rules around eligibility depending on where/how funding comes from which may include GPA requirements, specific course prerequisites or majors/minors needed etc.. Additionally some institutions may have different expectations regarding student’s lifestyle choices while attending school so make sure to familiarize yourself beforehand with those expectations too before applying! Good luck in your journey!
The scholarship is 100% free and also the hospitality is also involved?