Since 2007 the college has allowed students from families with incomes up to $180,000 to graduate debt free. Students from low income families don’t pay anything at all. Now the school has increased its financial aid benefits.
According to a piece in the Harvard Gazette:
In 2004, Harvard inaugurated a financial aid initiative for low-income students under which families with incomes below $40,000 pay nothing toward the cost of their child’s attendance at the College. Just two years later, this benefit was extended to families with incomes below $60,000. Beginning next fall, this ceiling will be raised to $65,000.