Thursday, September 27, 2007

Mid-Upper Class Aid More Available At Elites

Officials at these colleges, where costs can run $50,000 annually, say they are putting more money into aid because the price is deterring good students from applying. In the past three years, the schools have heavily promoted news that they will essentially give free rides for students from families making $50,000 to $60,000 or less, but they have been less vocal about what they can offer for families earning $100,000 or more. (Source: Boston Globe)

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