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Some College and University Application Fees Waived

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If you're a high school student in Montana, and you're looking to go to a college in Montana, Friday is your last chance to get a college application fee waived or deferred.

The Montana Gear Up program is an effort to encourage more Montana students to go to college. There are 18 colleges and universities in Montana participating in the college application week that have agreed to waive or defer their application fees.

For a list of the high schools and colleges and universities participating click on Connections.

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