With ASWs starting in just a couple of months, we should start a list of schools that will pay for you to visit them, and what the terms are. Add things below and I'll continue to update this post. I started the list with UVA.
Please remember, this is a rough list. Any confirmation/clean-up would be really helpful. Post below or PM me Schools that Pay/provide reimbursementAll Admits, with amounts:
Harvard: Travel stipend, between $150-$200; all admits.
Stanford: Travel stipend, $400 (outside CA), $200 (inside CA); all admits.
Chicago: Travel stipend, $200; all admits.
Virginia: Travel stipend, up to $400. Full amount based on geographic proximity; seemingly given to all admits.
Penn: $100 if you live in the northeast, but up to $200 if from outside the northeast. They request you use "discretion" in asking for the stipend only if you have financial need; all admits.
Duke: Provides up to a $150 airfare reimbursement for all admitted students.
Vanderbilt: Travel stipend, up to $250; all admits
WUSTL: Up to a $200 reimbursement if you live over 100 miles away; (maybe) all admits, not just for ASWs.
Minnesota: Up to $300 for out-of-state students.
Wash & Lee: Up to $300 for out-of-state students.
Case Western: Up to a $200 reimbursement; all admits.
Michigan State: Travel stipend, up to $350; all admits.Some admits
Columbia: Up to $200 for students who can demonstrate need. Requires a form be filled out and approved, along with airline receipts.
Berkeley: $300 (outside CA), $150 (inside CA); given to certain admits via phone call/email.
Lewis & Clark: Some admits receive up to $400; awarded in the acceptance packet.
Cardozo: Unknown amount to certain admits. Only scholarship recipients
Michigan: Darrow Scholars get up to $500 to visit campus.
Alabama: Full airfare and lodging; for those receiving significant scholarships
Chicago-Kent, IIT: Full airfare and lodging; only for their full-tuition scholarship finalists.
Pacific-McGeorge: Full airfare; only for scholarship recipients.
Mercer: Full airfare and lodging; only for scholarship recipients.Only for those who end up enrolling
Iowa: $200 deducted from travel expenses if you matriculate.
Pepperdine: Up to $400 in travel expenses are deducted from your first tuition payment if you enroll. Schools that hate us poor applicants and make us pay our own way
Michigan (also see above): Travel is up to us to figure out, and if we want a shared room it is $20/night.