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Brown University Raised $193 Million For Students To Attend For Free

Brown University Raised $193 Million For Students To Attend For Free

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.