5 Universities in Student Aid Antitrust Suit Agree to More Than $100M in Settlements

According to court papers, Yale University and Emory University have agreed to pay $18.5 million apiece, Brown University has agreed to pay $19.5 million, and Columbia University and Duke University both agreed to pay $24 million to settle claims they colluded to limit the amount of need-based financial aid provided to undergraduates.


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