Poor Scholars Hit by Money Squeeze From Wealthy Colleges
“The second of five children of Mexican immigrants, Brindis has a father who works in a wine company warehouse and makes less than $40,000 a year. His mother is unemployed. Yet, financial-aid officials at Boston College, where it costs about $60,000 to attend, told Brindis he needed to pay about $2,500 a year — part of a mandated student contribution,” Bloomberg reports.
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