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Opinions: Applause for New Aid Program
by The Stanford Daily Online: Top Headlines
Sep 23, 2008
“As the school year begins, many students paying their fall-quarter tuition bills are shelling out far fewer dollars - all thanks to the University’s new financial aid initiative.”
News: No change in store for med school aid: Administrator stands behind current financial aid program
by The Stanford Daily Online: Top Headlines
May 06, 2008
“Stanford has no plans to revamp financial aid in response to new policies at Harvard and Yale.”
To Pay or Not to Pay: Contrasting Views on Stanford’s New Financial Aid Policy
by The Stanford Review
Mar 18, 2008
“On February 20, Stanford University announced a new financial aid policy dramatically increasing the eligible amount of aid for middle-income families. The announcement comes as the latest in a series of policy revisions over the past three years designed to ease the burden of paying a tuition averaging $47,000 a year and to ensure that no high school student considering applying to Stanford decides not to because of cost.”
News: Aid office details changes
by The Stanford Daily Online: Top Headlines
Feb 26, 2008
“Last week’s announcement regarding Stanford’s financial aid policies makes awarding aid look simpler — But it is not that clear-cut.”
Opinions: Editorial: Redefining financial aid
by The Stanford Daily Online: Top Headlines
Jan 15, 2008
“Stanford should welcome this challenge [of Harvard's new financial aid policy] and rise to the task.”
News: Two seniors nab Marshall awards: Stanford one of three schools nationwide with multiple scholarship recipients
by The Stanford Daily Online: Top Headlines
Jan 09, 2008
“Two Stanford seniors - Sean Arenson and Priyanka Narayan - were among the 37 recipients of 2008 Marshall Scholarships, the Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission announced in a Nov. 30 press release.”
News: Three students named Rhodes Scholars: Stanford's three recipients tied with Univ. of Chicago for most in U.S.
by The Stanford Daily Online: Top Headlines
Nov 27, 2007
“Three current and former Stanford students - Laurel Gabler '06, Scott Thompson '06 and Aaron Polhamus '08 - were among the 32 American winners of 2008 Rhodes Scholarships, the Rhodes Trust announced last week.”
News: Student financial aid lags: Delay of scholarship funds puts students’ accounts on hold
by The Stanford Daily Online: Top Headlines
Oct 17, 2007
“Students expecting to receive scholarship money from the Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship received a surprise instead earlier this month — a warning from Student Financial Services (SFS) that a hold would be placed on their accounts.”
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