Students enrolled at the prestigious Ivy League institution, Brown University will no longer need loans to attend. Beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, students will be able to go to the University without the need to take on debt. Thanks to the Brown Annual Fund, whose goal of $400 million for the fund is almost half way home to date, with a total of $193 million in this new fund. The tuition help comes as part of the BrownTogether campaign, the campaign has raised $1.64 billion thus far. The school’s end goal is to reach $3 billion in funding to aid with teaching, research and financial aid for all enrollees unable to foot the tuition bill.
The American dream has always been known as the pinnacle of success. For many college was a big part of the journey towards that dream. Professions such as Physicians, Accountants, and Lawyers are required to attend college in order to obtain the accreditation needed for employment. The best part is that these fields have salaries to match the work and or money required to get each degree.