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Cornell's Medical School Offers Full Rides in Battle Over Student Debt
by Adeel Hassan
The New York Times Translate This Article
16 September 2019
On 16 September 2019 The New York Times reported:
Concerned that young doctors were being driven by financial pressures to become specialists rather than practice pediatrics or family medicine, some prominent universities have begun using major gifts from donors to relieve students from having to borrow to pay tuition. On Monday [16 September], Cornell University went even further. Its medical school, Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City, announced that all students who qualify for financial aid will get a full ride: All costs will be covered by scholarships, including tuition, room and board, books, and other educational expenses.
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