Vice President for Enrollment Richard DiFeliciantonio is quoted in this article in Kiplinger debunking some strategies for securing more financial aid. Parents who want to navigate the financial aid process should be wary of some of these strategies, points out Kiplinger Personal Finance Editor Jane Bennett Clark.
The Philadelphia Inquirer notes that Ursinus is among several private colleges considering how to react to Harvard’s increase in financial aid offers. Vice President of Enrollment Richard DiFeliciantonio put it in perspective.
New York Times questioned how Harvard’s decision to offer more aid to wealthier students would impact students from lower income families. John Strassburger pointed out that Harvard’s practice might encourage price negotiating on the part of parents.
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance has announced its annual rankings of the best values in private institutions, listing private liberal arts colleges and universities that exemplify excellent academics while keeping costs to a minimum. Ursinus College is included in the top 100 liberal arts schools, at Number 59. Read More
The Princeton Review has cited Ursinus as one the 50 “Best Value” private colleges, and, in partnership with the U.S. Green Building Council, has for the first time included Ursinus College in The Princeton Review’s Guide to 286 Green Colleges. Read More