A medium-sized private school that offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees. “In 2001, Princeton became the first university to offer every aid recipient a financial aid package that replaces loans with grant aid (scholarships) that students do not pay back,” says Princeton’s financial aid page. “Since then, Princeton has been able to enroll growing numbers of students from low- and middle-income backgrounds with the grant aid they need to make our costs affordable.” 2011-12 total estimated price without financial aid
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