UConn Daily Campus: CT colleges net prices can affect low-income students, according to a new report

By Rachel Philipson

“'The takeaway from this study is that too many Connecticut students are simply not set up for success. Connecticut can and should do better by its students,' Dowell said. 'This data shows that our institutions of higher education are sometimes leaving our most vulnerable students worse off than before they enrolled.'"

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