Why does UCLA have so many poor kids?
I saw a statistic on niche that 30 percent of their students receive the pell grant. At Brown, only 13 percent of their kids receive the pell grant.
- MSLv 76 months ago
Brown is an expensive, private, Ivy League school. The number of low-income students applying and attending there will be much less than the number applying to a public state institution such as UCLA.
- dripLv 76 months ago
UCLA has a much greater undergrad population. It is a public university. It had 111,266 student apply
Brown is a private university . Much smaller student population. They had 35,437 student apply.
It makes sense that less students with a Pell Grant
- Lib.rare.ianLv 76 months ago
Brown is a private college.
UCLA is a public state college with a commitment to providing education to talented but low-income state residents.
Now, think about it.
- EnguerarrardLv 76 months ago
It may have something to do with California's huge population. Rhode Island is a tiny state, and Brown is a very expensive university.