In 2014

Average Discount for Low-Income Students, Per Year

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1. Harvard University 96%
2. Stanford University 95%
3. Brown University 95%
4. Princeton University 94%
5. Yale University 94%
6. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 91%
7. Vanderbilt University 89%
8. California Institute of Technology 89%
9. Dartmouth College 88%
10. Rice University 88%
11. University of Pennsylvania 88%
12. University of Chicago 86%
13. Duke University 86%
14. Columbia University in the City of New York 86%
15. University of Notre Dame 85%
16. Georgetown University 84%
17. Johns Hopkins University 84%
18. Tufts University 83%
19. Washington University in St Louis 83%
20. Northwestern University 81%
21. Cornell University 81%
22. Brandeis University 78%
23. Wake Forest University 77%
24. University of Rochester 77%
25. University of Southern California 76%
26. Case Western Reserve University 75%
27. Boston College 74%
28. Emory University 74%
29. Lehigh University 73%
30. Illinois Institute of Technology 71%
31. Clarkson University 70%
32. Pepperdine University 69%
33. Northeastern University 69%
34. Syracuse University 68%
35. Stevens Institute of Technology 68%
36. George Washington University 68%
37. Carnegie Mellon University 67%
38. Fairleigh Dickinson University-Metropolitan Campus 67%
39. Southern Methodist University 66%
40. University of La Verne 65%
41. Saint John Fisher College 65%
42. University of Denver 64%
43. Clark University 64%
44. Texas Christian University 63%
45. Yeshiva University 63%
46. Boston University 63%
47. Villanova University 63%
48. University of San Diego 61%
49. Mercer University 61%
50. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 61%
51. University of San Francisco 61%
52. Ashland University 61%
53. Duquesne University 61%
54. Seton Hall University 60%
55. Seattle Pacific University 60%
56. American International College 60%
57. New York University 59%
58. Cardinal Stritch University 59%
59. University of Miami 59%
60. Fordham University 58%
61. Pace University-New York 57%
62. Worcester Polytechnic Institute 56%
63. University of the Pacific 56%
64. Marquette University 56%
65. University of St Thomas 56%
66. Edgewood College 55%
67. Widener University-Main Campus 55%
68. University of Tulsa 55%
69. Rochester Institute of Technology 54%
70. DePaul University 54%
71. University of the Cumberlands 54%
72. St John's University-New York 53%
73. Drexel University 53%
74. Trinity International University-Illinois 53%
75. Robert Morris University 52%
76. Gardner-Webb University 52%
77. Tulane University of Louisiana 52%
78. Florida Institute of Technology 52%
79. Suffolk University 52%
80. Lipscomb University 52%
81. Benedictine University 52%
82. Union University 51%
83. Saint Louis University 51%
84. Baylor University 51%
85. Trevecca Nazarene University 50%
86. The New School 50%
87. American University 50%
88. Barry University 49%
89. University of Hartford 49%
90. Howard University 49%
91. Adelphi University 48%
92. Loyola University Chicago 48%
93. Hofstra University 48%
94. Brigham Young University-Provo 47%
95. Nova Southeastern University 47%
96. Catholic University of America 47%
97. Spalding University 46%
98. University of Dayton 46%
99. Lesley University 46%
100. Biola University 46%
101. Regent University 45%
102. Andrews University 45%
103. Alliant International University-San Diego 44%
104. Shenandoah University 44%
105. Maryville University of Saint Louis 44%
106. Immaculata University 43%
107. Azusa Pacific University 41%
108. Dallas Baptist University 40%
109. Lindenwood University 34%
110. National Louis University 34%
111. Liberty University 27%
112. Wilmington University 16%
113. Clark Atlanta University 14%
114. Union Institute & University 10%