Princeton University To Cover Tuition For Students Whose Families Earn Less Than $100K Per Year
Families with households making less than $100,000 will pay nothing for tuition or room and board, under the new policies.
September 13, 2022 at 8:23 pm
Nearly all families who make up to $100,000 a year are more than likely to pay no money for classes beginning in 2023. Households that earn over $100,000 would still qualify, with the majority of the additional grants going to families with several children in college and families earning less than $150,000 a year.
#PrincetonU is enhancing its groundbreaking financial aid program with new policies that will provide even more generous support to undergrads and their families as it works to attract talented students from all backgrounds: https://t.co/Kx0DL9iLpQ pic.twitter.com/pDtGubMqTz— Princeton University (@Princeton) September 8, 2022