Tagged: Brown financial aid
Starting this next fall, Brown University will offer only scholarships and grants to new admits to help reduce their student debt upon graduation. Previously, these loan-free financial aid packages were only offered to families with income below $100,000. Currently, the average student debt at graduation is $23,810 and school loans had been capped at $5,000 per year. So, moving forward, students should only need to take loans for study abroad and incidentals such as personal travel, laptops, etc.
Best of luck with your applications!
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I wish all capable schools would do this and that more schools had the resources to do the same
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