Schools clarify website language after accusation of misleading students about financial aid

BROWN UNIVERSITY, Providence College, Roger Williams University, the Rhode Island School of Design and Wheaton College are among 111 university named in the findings of a House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform investigation that alleged these schools did not make clear which financial aid forms are required to apply for federal aid and which for institutional aid.
BROWN UNIVERSITY, Providence College, Roger Williams University, the Rhode Island School of Design and Wheaton College are among 111 university named in the findings of a House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform investigation that alleged these schools did not make clear which financial aid forms are required to apply for federal aid and which for institutional aid.
(Updated, Feb. 10, 9:12 a.m.) PROVIDENCE – Four colleges in Rhode Island and one in southern Massachusetts are included on a list of schools that have allegedly failed to clarify which forms they required from students applying for financial aid, according to a Maryland congressman. In a story first reported in the New Haven Register…

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