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Friday, November 22, 2002
 
2:21 PM

I can scarcely believe my eyes.... Is it possible there are three private colleges that admit only women?



And this one also uses taxpayer funds to maintain its 21st-century apartheid?

Federal Loans

• Perkins Loans. The Federal Perkins Loan program offers low-interest loans to students with exceptional financial need. Students who receive Perkins loans do not have to pay origination and insurance fees.

• Stafford Loans. Some Stafford Loans are subsidized by the federal government, which means that the government will pay the interest that accrues on the loan while you are enrolled in school and during other deferment periods. Students who do not qualify for need-based aid can apply for unsubsidized Stafford loans.

Scholarship or Grant Aid

Scholarships and grants are available from various sources, including the College's endowment, its alumnae and other benefactors, and the federal government.

Federal Loans

• Perkins Loans. The Federal Perkins Loan program offers low-interest loans to students with exceptional financial need. Students who receive Perkins loans do not have to pay origination and insurance fees.

• Stafford Loans. Some Stafford Loans are subsidized by the federal government, which means that the government will pay the interest that accrues on the loan while you are enrolled in school and during other deferment periods. Students who do not qualify for need-based aid can apply for unsubsidized Stafford loans.






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