Tag Archives: Financing College

What does it mean for a college to be need-blind and meet full-need? – Thoughts on financing education and the value of a college degree

Most families and students are not only faced with the question, “Can I get into my college of choice?” but also, “Can I afford to attend that college?”  President of Iowa’s Grinnell College, Dr. Raynard Kingston discusses where his college … Continue reading

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New Mega-Scholarship Rivals The Rhodes

A $300 million scholarship program has just been established by Stephen A. Schwarzman, who made his fortune with the private equity firm, the Blackstone Group.  Backed by an array of western companies with interests in China, the Schwarzman Scholars program … Continue reading

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