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At elite colleges, the rich stay rich [SLIDESHOW]

In 2012-13, over 60 percent of the students at Harvard University received a chunk of the school’s $172 million or so in purely need-based financial aid. Harvard doesn’t do loans. It also doesn’t include home equity when it defines your family’s contribution. Also, over 2/3 of the students who receive need-based aid come from families with incomes greater than $60,000.
In 2012-13, over 60 percent of the students at Harvard University received a chunk of the school’s $172 million or so in purely need-based financial aid. Harvard doesn’t do loans. It also doesn’t include home equity when it defines your family’s contribution. Also, over 2/3 of the students who receive need-based aid come from families with incomes greater than $60,000.
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