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His last words: "That was a great game of golf, atmospheric carbon dioxide decreased. Johnny Cash, Villanova University has an endowment of $419 million,C. officials sometimes bring in low-income applicants and their families for counseling The point of the sessions is not to encourage the students to attend but to suggest they consider going somewhere cheaper The university needs to spend its financial aid to attract "higher-end students" says W Michael Hendricks vice president for enrollment management the kind of high-achieving wealthy students that can improve a school’s prestige and bolster its bottom line And he says the school has another seemingly paradoxical rationale for dissuading low-income students: its Catholic identity makes the university hesitant to burden low-income families with debt "It totally flies in the face of our mission" Hendricks says Despite such sentiment Catholic University charges the highest net price in America for low-income students the cost once discounts and financial aid are taken into account according to a study by the New America Foundation based on information reported to the US Department of Education by the institutions themselves And they have plenty of company among peer institutions At a time of escalating worry over access to higher education Catholic institutions are in the uncomfortable position of comprising five of the 10 most expensive private universities for low-income students and 10 of the top 28 the study found Some Catholic colleges "seem to have departed from what you would assume the principles of their faith would have compelled them to do" says Kati Haycock president of the Education Trust a nonprofit organization that advocates for low-income students "Its disturbing that institutions give money in these very difficult times to students who dont need it" Haycock said and "dont focus their resources on those who absolutely need it the most" Colleges that charge the most to poor families the New America Foundation researchers said are giving increasing proportions of their financial aid to wealthier students whose families can afford to pay the rest of the tuition These kids often come from well-funded suburban high schools and have comparatively higher entrance examination scores and high-school grades that improve the colleges standings in rankings Officials at some Catholic colleges and universities say that as a matter of survival they feel compelled to spread small amounts of financial aid to a large number of these higher-income students rather than give more of it to the poor By making many small grants they say they can attract the number of tuition-paying students needed to keep the colleges in business Its a sensitive issue for the nations 200-plus Catholic colleges given that church teaching calls for a "preferential option for the poor" which the US Catholic Conference of Catholic Bishops has interpreted to mean that "poor people have the first claim on limited resources" Some Catholic institutions do succeed at keeping down costs for students with family earnings low enough to qualify for federal Pell grants generally $30000 a year or less But others are charging those students a net price that is equal to two-thirds or more of their families entire annual incomes At Catholic University for example the poorest students pay an average annual net price of $30770 Philadelphia-based Saint Josephs University charges its poorest students $30503; Saint Louis University $23882; the University of Dayton $21520; and Loyola University Maryland $20672 These schools also enroll low percentages of poor students Only between 13% and 15% of the students they enroll come from families with incomes low enough to qualify for Pell grants Five other Catholic colleges and universities however are among the 10 private colleges at the other end of the spectrum providing a lower-cost education to comparatively high proportions of Pell students Saint Thomas University in Miami for example has an average net price of $8072 for its lowest-income students who make up more than half of its enrollment Others with high proportions of low-income students and low net prices are Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College and Calumet College of Saint Joseph in Indiana Holy Names University in Oakland Calif,” Koro said. He noted that cyber crime was a global challenge, Scott Brauer Former Virginia governor and Republican presidential candidate Jim Gilmore (left), 2016. Featured Image Credit: PA Topics: News Uk newsYou kind of expect NASA to get stuff right.
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