Getting in remains the hardest part, but footing the bill to go to Princeton University just got a lot easier.
The Ivy League school is now offering a full ride to undergraduates from families earning up to $100,000 a year and expects more than a quarter of its undergraduates will not pay anything for tuition, room, and board, Princeton announced Thursday.
Princeton had previously given the same deal to families earning less than $65,000 a year, with the financial assistance taking effect in the fall of 2023 and expected to include roughly 1,500 students.
While most families earning up a $100,000 will pay nothing, many with income in the six figures will also get help, including those with several kids in college, according to Princeton. The university was the first in the………[read more]
What is the benefit to Princeton by giving full rides to families whose income is below $100k? Why aren’t other universities offering similar tuition breaks?
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It brings new people from all over to the school and maybe other universities aren’t doing it because they like the way it is or they just can’t afford it