Colleges Soak Poor U.S. Students While Funneling Aid to Rich

Colleges Soak Poor U.S. Students While Funneling Aid to Rich

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Pedestrians pass by the Boston University School of Management's Rafik B. Hariri Building on the university's campus in Boston. The University charges students whose families earn $30,000 or less an average “net price” -- or costs after scholarships -- of $23,932 and George Washington University, $14,670, the report said.