Stanford offers free tuition for these students

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STANFORD, Calif. — Stanford University accepts only five-percent of students who apply there and the school announced last week how it’s sweetened the package for those who get in.

Any student, whose family earns less than $125,000 a year, now gets a free ride. No tuition. Not a penny.

The standard had been $100,000.  Any family that earns less than $65,000 a year won’t have to pay for room and board – in addition to the free tuition.

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5 comments

    • James

      Not quite. They keep their pay and benefits. Other students are simply charged a rate high enough to cover all the school’s costs.

  • hmehedi860

    Hello! Thank you for your article. I’d like to try to compare it to my previous experience of learning through Skype on online classes for free. I did around 10 conversations over Skype with a native speaker from http://preply.com/en. And I was pretty satisfied with their Quality. I think they have a strong teaching quality. Following their course curriculum now I can speak english like a native.They also provide Private Tuition . But I Want to try another option

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