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At top colleges, diversity not just black-white

Fewer than 15 percent of undergraduates at the 50 colleges and universities receive Pell Grants, which are generally limited to students whose family income is below $40,000.Full story

DeVry shares jump despite enrollment decline

Shares of higher education company DeVry Inc. gained Wednesday on its strong quarterly profit, although the company said new undergraduate enrollments at its namesake university fell more than 15 percent during the January-March quarter. Full story

Va school requires loan recipients to show budgets

A Virginia community college plans to require students to submit budgets detailing how they'll repay their federal financial aid before releasing their loans, a new step to help connect the dots between borrowing and repayment. Full story

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  The Real Housewives of Wall Street?

Matt Taibbi of Rolling Stone shares details about the amount of financial aid that went to millionaires and billionaires, including two very wealthy Wall Street wives.