New York, New York
The majority, 61 percent, of students receive financial aid at Columbia University and an additional 53 percent receive grant aid.
• Stanford University
At Stanford, 72 percent of students receive some sort of financial aid, with 60 percent of the student receiving grant aid.
• New College of Florida
100 percent of students at the New College of Florida receive grant and other financial aid assistance!
• Claremont McKenna College
64 percent of student receive aid at Claremont McKenna College, with 57 percent receiving grant aid assistance.
• Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut
66 percent of Yale’s students receive financial aid; 61 percent receive grant aid.
• Rice University
At Rice University, 72 percent of students receive financial aid and 57 percent receive grant aid. • Pomona College
66 percent of students attending this Claremont, CA school receive financial aid and 54 percent receive grant aid.
• University of Virginia
59 percent of students receive financial aid at this public Ivy League institution, with 33 percent receiving grant aid.
• Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey
Princeton is known for being a research university but, perhaps it should be known for its financial aid assistance, too. 60 percent of students receive financial aid and 59 percent receive grant aid assistance. • Swarthmore College
61 percent of students at this private, liberal arts university receive financial aid assistance; 54 percent receive grant funding.
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