Financial concerns affect college choices for many high-school grads

05/31/2011 | Washington Post, The

Many high-school graduates from affluent households are forgoing their first-choice colleges because of concerns over high tuition and debt after college. Some top-performing students are using their academic credentials to gain merit scholarships at their second- and third-choice schools, many of which are offering record amounts of aid in hopes of improving their own academic standing.

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