Grace College, a private Christian institution in Indiana, will provide free tuition to eligible low-income students in the state starting in the fall. announcement Go to university on Monday.
New students will be eligible for funding if their expected family contribution in the free application for federal student aid is $1,500 or less.
The move was led by universities across the country Take measures To reduce the financial burden Low-income students And their families are facing a pandemic that causes widespread unemployment and financial hardship
Mark Pohl, vice president of admissions management and financial aid, said the college will combine federal, state, and institutional aid to pay tuition fees.
“We have a lot of students who meet the standards and live there,” he said in a written statement. “Hundreds of admitted students are eligible, and many have already planned to attend Grace University this fall.”