There are two tools available for use on this page. The first, is a break down by school for the scholarships provided. The second tool shows schools that only offer conditional scholarships, along with the number of people who have lost those scholarships..

Scholarship Tracker

The second tool provides a breakdown over time as far as how each school’s scholarship population has changed over time, as well as the 50th percentile of the scholarships given. To see the other grant amounts, mouse over the bar.

  1. Schools may be selected from the drop down in the top-right corner of the tool.
  2. The top pane displays number of students and students receiving grants over time.
  3. The bottom panes displays the 50th percentile scholarship amount for both part time and full time students.
  4. Mousing over any of the bars on the top pane allows you to see more detailed scholarship amounts.

Conditional Scholarship Tracker

Some schools offer conditional scholarships, determined by whether a prospective student can maintain a certain Grade Point Average. The below tool shows the number of students entering a particular school, as well as the number of students who lost their scholarships after the first year. If a selected school does not offer a conditional scholarship program, a graph will not display.


  1. Schools may be selected from the drop down in the top-right corner of the tool.
  2. Each bar shows the total number of students both entering and those having scholarships eliminated for each school year.
  3. If your school does not offer conditional scholarships (e.g. Harvard), no graph will be shown.

If you are interested in some of the other tools, like how law school tuition has changed, check out the Law school Tuition Tracker here.

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