What college costs after aid

At least 50 schools are pledging to offer financial aid packages with few or no loans. Here what families will pay after need-based awards.

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Yale
Total cost: $51,573
Family earning $120,000 pays: $15,800
Family earning $80,000 pays: $6,467

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Last updated April 09 2010: 5:16 PM ET
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