Do you want a full-ride scholarship to one of the top Universities in the country?

  • Are a high school junior attending a school in the U.S, regardless of citizenship?

  • Do you believe you have a high GPA?

  • Do you have a PSAT or SAT scores higher than 1280 or ACT higher than a 27

  • Is your household income less than $65,000 w/ a family of 4 or more

Then Questbridge is the Program for you!

QuestBridge was founded in 1994 and is a national nonprofit program that helps low-income high achieving students get into one of the top Universities in the country. QuestBridge’s purpose is to increase the percentage of low-income students into attending the countries’ top universities. Many high-achieving and low-income students do not apply to any top universities because they are not informed on how to do so or don’t have the money to apply. Questbrigde guides talented students on how to get into one of the top universities at a much more affordable price.

Questbridge is College Partners with…

Amherst College Colgate University Grinnell College

Boston College Colorado College Hamilton College

Bowdoin College Columbia University Haverford College

Brown University Dartmouth College Macalester College

California Institute of Technology Davidson College Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Carleton College Duke University Northwestern University

Claremont Mckenna College Emory University Oberlin College

Colby College Pomona College Princeton University

Rice University Scripps College Stanford University

Swarthmore College Tufts University University of Chicago

University of Notre Dame University of Pennsylvania Yale University

University of Southern California University of Virginia Vanderbilt University

Vassar College Washington University in St. Louis Washington and Lee University

Wellesley College Williams College


How do I apply?

The National College Match is a scholarship process that helps students be admitted into college early and with a full four-year scholarship.

Application Requirements:

  • College Prep Scholars Program application, which includes an essay, short answer questions, and information on academic accomplishments, extracurricular activities, and financial background

  • A letter of recommendation from a teacher in a core academic subject

  • A high school transcript

  • Any standardized test score (Ex: PSAT, PreACT, SAT, ACT, SAT Subject Test, or AP test scores)

  • A School Profile (optional, but recommended)

  • 2019 tax returns and W-2

(Below is an image timeline on when applications are open and when you will be notified on your National College Match)



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