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For each financial aid award offer you upload between April 15 and May 15,

you will be entered in a drawing to win a $500 scholarship from TuitionFit.  

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What’s the point of looking at a college that isn't in your price range?

How Does TuitionFit Help You?

Find the Colleges that Fit Your Price Range FOR FREE

From the very beginning of your college search, TuitionFit let's you sort through all the financial aid offers shared by last year's users to find the colleges and universities that offered students just like you a price in your price range . . . FOR FREE.

Compare Your Offers with the Offers Other Students have Shared

If you share the financial aid offers you receive, TuitionFit will show you all of the actual prices that students just like you are receiving from other colleges and universities so that you can compare real-time prices and put your offers in context.

Use Actual Award Letters to Negotiate a Better Offer

TuitionFit breaks down the details of every financial aid award and gives you access to an anonymized version of each financial aid award letter that similar students have shared so that you have the best possible leverage to negotiate a better price.

For more than a year now, high school seniors have been sharing their financial aid offers with TuitionFit.  We've calculated the actual prices and organized them to create the first "Kelley Blue Book" of college costs. 


"TuitionFit made the difference in helping us negotiate to get an even better scholarship offer."

Glen H., Davenport, Iowa

“TuitionFit is an absolute game changer in the college money arena and every family needs to know about it.

Michelle Kretzschmar, DIYCollegeRankings.com

“TuitionFit should be an essential part of every student's college search!”

Sam Feeney, public high school counselor

"With TuitionFit, families now have the knowledge and leverage to negotiate effectively."

John Baylor, President, OnToCollege.com