Dartmouth Eliminates Student Loans for Undergraduates
Relief for middle-income families caps a historic year of financial aid achievements.
Dartmouth Is Removing Student Loans From Financial-Aid Packages
Director of Financial Aid Dino Koff is quoted about the new “no loan” policy that will offer expanded scholarship grants to undergraduates from middle-income families, which could save them an average of $22,000 in debt over four years.
Dartmouth to ‘Remove Financial Barriers’ for Low-Income Foreign Applicants
The newspaper notes Dartmouth is the “first in the prestigious Ivy League in a decade to offer universal need-blind admission,” thanks to donations of $90 million to its Call to Lead campaign, including a record $40 million anonymous gift.