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Average discount rate for freshmen at private colleges¹
Average total price for public colleges¹
Average total price for private colleges²
Average scholarship amount given to 85% of freshmen at private colleges
Number of colleges providing scholarships to students who don't qualify for financial need³
³ 2014-15 Common Data Set
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