Administrators at highly selective colleges say they feel caught between financial reality and the fear that rising financial aid needs will result in a wealthier, whiter student population. "This is a conversation that's probably going to occur almost every year for the next several years," said Raynard S. Kington, president of Grinnell, "and I think that's probably true at every other institution like ours, as well."
Aid changes raise issue of diversity at colleges
New York Times
New York, Ny., United States
November 30, 2012
- The Chronicle of Higher Education, "Become Need-Blind? For Colleges, That's the Wrong Question." Dec. 10, 2012.
Person Mentioned:Grinnell College
Raynard Kington MD, PhD, president
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