Pomona College's Generous Financial Aid Noted by the Christian Science Monitor
Pomona College’s generous Financial Aid policies were noted in the April 24 Christian Science Monitor article “Student Debt: How big a risk does it pose to the economy?" The story, which examined the economic impacts of student debt and the benefits of higher education, also pointed out that “high priced colleges” are not out of reach. “In a recent report, The Project on Student Debt [pdf] pointed to four colleges that pair high tuition with "no-loan" or "reduced-loan" aid policies for low- and middle-income students. The result at these colleges (Pomona, Princeton, Williams and Yale) is students graduating with average debt below $10,000.”
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