During The Last Recession College Became More Expensive For Families Despite The Increase Of The Pell Grant. States That Experienced The Recession More Severely Realized The Highest Growth In Costs For College; Sometimes More Than Double. Endowments Shrink And Colleges Often Give Less Grant Aid Than They Do Prior To A Recession According To NBER.…
Starting June 23 — the first day of the summer term — the College will transition to a no-loan financial aid policy for undergraduates, College President Phil Hanlon announced in a reunion address. Hanlon said that the shift was prompted by over $120 million in scholarship donations to the endowment through The Call to Lead…
- Colleges Change Their Priorities During A Recession
- Help At Dartmouth For Those Earning Over $125,000. No Loans & Replaced With Grants.
- Hottest Skills To Have & Jobs With Fastest Wage Growth In Tech
- Tips On Writing A Scholarship Essay
- Achievement Losses Will Become Permanent If Parents And Community Leaders Rely On Funds From The Rescue Plan To Solve The Gap.