The University of Chicago on Monday announced new efforts to make it easier for students who go to high school in Chicago to attend the university. Application fees for the students will be waived. Loans will no longer be part of aid packages. And the university is creating an Admissions Academy that will help high school students navigate the application process, regardless of whether they are applying to Chicago or elsewhere.
- Reed College eliminates application fee to increase applications from low-income students
- MIT moves away from an aid policy in which low-income students don't need to borrow
- New details on antitrust suit against Common Application
- Shifting Gold Standard for Aid Policy
- Battling Over Bailout for Private Student Loans
- 'Aiding Students, Buying Students'
- College Board Ends Loan Activities
- Mixed Messages on Early Decision
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