The Ivy Leagues
The Ivy Leagues is an “athletic conference” composed of sports teams from eight private institutions of higher education in the North Eastern United States. The term Ivy League also speaks of academic excellence. There are eight Ivy League institutions. They are Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Princeton University, The University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University. Brown University majors in Social Sciences, Biology, and Arts. Columbia University majors in Social Sciences, Engineering, and Biology. Cornell University majors in Engineering, Business/Marketing , and Agriculture. Dartmouth College majors in Social Sciences, Biology, and History. Harvard University majors in Social science, Biology, and History. The University of Pennsylvania majors in Business/Marketing, Social Science, and Engineering. Princeton University majors in Social Sciences, Biology, and Engineering. Yale University majors in Social Sciences, History, and Interdisciplinary Studies.
The Ivy Leagues are viewed as some of the most prestigious and are ranked amongst the best universities in the United states and the world. The number of undergraduate students that enroll into the Ivy Leagues ranges from 4,000 to 14,000. The Ivy Leagues’ financial aid ranges from $2.2 billion from Brown University to $32 billion from Harvard University. This is the largest financial aid given in the world.
Financial aid is money that is made available to help students pay for the cost of attending college. There are many forms of financial aid. There are grants, scholarships, loans, and even part-time employment. A financial aid package is a combination of different types of financial aid. Some forms of financial aid have to be repaid, while others do not. Grants and scholarships provide aid that does not have to be repaid by the student or the parent. Grants are often awarded on the basis of...
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