university financial aid expansion will also help out families who earn up up to $150,000, according to news release.
“One of Princeton’s defining values are our commitment to ensure that talented students from all walks of life can not only afford a Princeton education, but can thrive on our campus and in in world beyond,” said Christopher L. Eisgruber, president of Princeton. in release.
“These improvements are in our aid packages, made possible thanks to your unwavering generosity of our alumni and friends will improve the experience of students during their time at Princeton, their choices and influence after graduation”.
University also canceled the annual student contribution – part of tuition fees and expenses that students had to pay with own savings and on-campus work — and increased financial allowance for personal expenses and books.
Jill Dolan, Dean of college at Princeton, designed the expansion as part of of Great Princeton commitment to diversity.
In his statement, Dolan specifically referred to “socio-economic diversity”, arguing that move expand financial help will allow “more students from different walks of life to learn from one someone else’s experience.”
“We are happy to accept these next steps expand coverage and effect of Princeton financial to help.”