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Princeton University
Department of Music  310 Woolworth Center 
Princeton,  NJ,  08544
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Princeton provides assistance to meet the full demonstrated financial need of all admitted students. Once admitted with aid, a student receives assistance for succeeding undergraduate years, as long as the family continues to demonstrate need and the student makes normal progress toward a degree. Financial aid packages consist of a combination of the University scholarship and federal assistance in the form of grant and work-study opportunities. Beginning in 2001, Princeton removed student loans from the award packages for aid students, replacing them with additional University scholarships.
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Average Financial Aid: $33,000
  % Need Met: 100%

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