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Williams College
Total cost: $51,880
Family earning $120,000 pays: $32,759
Family earning $80,000 pays: $17,072

In wake of its declining endowment, Williams College, which previously adhered to a no-loan financial aid policy, recently announced it will re-introduce loans at modest levels for students with incomes above a certain threshold.

The school has yet to determine the loan and income limits, but incoming freshmen in fall 2011 will be the first affected by the new policy.

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Last updated April 09 2010: 5:16 PM ET
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