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Stanford just made tuition free for families earning less than $125000 per year
Students are still expected to pay $5,000 toward college costs from summer earnings and working part-time while enrolled in college. The announcement is an expansion of Stanford's old financial aid policy, which previously applied to students from ...
Stanford offers free tuition for families making less than $125000
Ivy League colleges offer free tuition to certain students - here's how ...
Now that college acceptances have rolled in for many high school seniors, students will have to select schools based on fit, program quality, and financial aid. While comfort level and college prestige are quite subjective, financial aid packages are ...
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7 questions every college student should ask about financial aid
Colleges should separate out direct costs â€” money that students owe to colleges for tuition, room and board, and so forth â€” and indirect costs, such as transportation and textbooks, on their financial aid forms. Look for that part of your financial ...
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- Well-connected applicants, legacies still hold advantage in college admissions ... - Washington Post (blog)
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TIMEWell-connected applicants, legacies still hold advantage in college admissions ...
Washington Post (blog)
Do well-connected applicants and legacies have a real college admissions advantage? That's the question that Kaplan Test Prep sought to find out with a new survey of admissions officers from more than 400 top colleges and universities around the country.
Many Colleges Offer Affirmative Action for the Rich and Powerful
25 percent of college admissions officers admit to accepting 'influential ...
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One in Four Colleges Say They're Pressured to Rig Admissions
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- Finding Acceptance - New York Times
- Wed, 01 Apr 2015 01:33:56 GMT -
New York TimesFinding Acceptance
New York Times
The Times columnist Frank Bruni's new book, â€śWhere You Go Is Not Who You'll Be,â€ť appeals to teenagers and their parents to relax, because the college decision won't matter as much as they think it will. But as those thin and thick envelopes arrive in ...
- College Admission Season - Forbes
- Wed, 01 Apr 2015 04:15:53 GMT -
ForbesCollege Admission Season
High school seniors are starting to receive their college admission letters, and will be faced with their first big decision as young adults: where will they go to college? It is an exciting and scary time that takes a student and their family through ...
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