Sunday, December 30, 2007
Centennial Presidents Speak Out on Harvard's Aid to Middle Class
Today's New York Times features a story titled Harvard's Aid to Middle Class Pressures Rivals. Dickinson College president William G. Durden (pictured), Ursinus College president John Strassburger and Bryn Mawr College dean of admissions and financial aid Jenny Rickard are quoted in the story, which talks about Harvard's expansion of financial aid to students from families earning as much as $180,000 per year.
No-Loan Plan at Swarthmore (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Haverford College Moves Away From Loans (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Student Aid Changes Could Ripple (Associated Press)