Brown Will Treat Undocumented Applicants as Domestic

September 13, 2016

Brown University announced Monday that it will consider undocumented applicants -- those without the legal right to remain in the U.S. -- as domestic students. In the past they have been evaluated for admissions as international students. The shift is significant because Brown reviews all domestic applicants (but not international applicants) through a system that is need blind and in which the university pledges to meet 100 percent of demonstrated financial need. That's crucial for undocumented students, who generally have financial need but are not eligible for federal aid.

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