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There is something that I really don't fully understand about the whole need blind thing at some highly selective schools that accept international students on a non need blind basis. It has been noted that some schools have taken higher numbers of non needy internationals to get more full pay students.
Children from poorer families are already disadvantaged as compared to ones from wealthier ones. For Wesleyan to further disadvantage those from poorer families is shameful.
Well, the endowment has over $600 million for a school with 2800 students. It is one of the best endowed colleges in the country given its size (better than a few of the Ivies in fact). Given this wealth, I think any bias (however minor) against students from lower income families says more about their priorities and ethics than it does about their resource constraints.