College financial-aid awards letters often talk about “net price.” That is the discounted bottom line from the sticker price after subtracting grants, scholarships and other aid that does not need to be repaid with interest.
College financial-aid awards letters often talk about “net price.” That is the discounted bottom line from the sticker price after subtracting grants, scholarships and other aid that does not need to be repaid with interest. Craig White KRT
College financial-aid awards letters often talk about “net price.” That is the discounted bottom line from the sticker price after subtracting grants, scholarships and other aid that does not need to be repaid with interest. Craig White KRT

What financial aid award letters tell you

March 24, 2017 9:00 AM

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