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EUgirlEUgirl Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
edited July 2017 in Athletic Recruits
How does financial aid work at Princeton? Is it based on family income - above $75,000 is consider too high? Does Princeton give full financial aid to top athletes with strong academics (national youth team) even above this bracket? Or is it prettty much NO.

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  • dadof4kidsdadof4kids Registered User Posts: 503 Member
    It is pretty easy to play around with the NPC calculator at most school websites.

    If you want something even simpler, Williams has a quick estimate that only takes about 2 minutes to complete. There are other schools that use that same calculator, bit in not sure which ones. Princeton will be at least as generous as Williams, probably quite a bit more so.
  • tonymomtonymom Registered User Posts: 1,157 Senior Member
    @EUgirl
    Ivies are need based FA only. It is based on your family income level. They do not do athletic scholarships. Above $75k is not too high. HYP have high need based ceilings. Go to Princeton's FA page for specifics.
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