In this May 22, 2018 file photo, the spire of the Baker-Berry Library stands above The Green at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption
In this May 22, 2018 file photo, the spire of the Baker-Berry Library stands above The Green at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire.
Dartmouth College, an Ivy League university in New Hampshire, said Monday it will no longer offer loans in its financial aid packages for undergrad students, and instead, replace them with more grants.
"Thanks to this extraordinary investment by our community, students can prepare for lives of impact with fewer constraints," Dartmouth College President Philip Hanlon said. "Eliminating loans from financial aid packages will allow Dartmouth undergraduates to seek their purpose and passion in the broadest possible range of career possibilities."
Dartmouth currently has a policy that doesn't require loans for students whose household income is less than $125,000, but it will now extend to students whose household income is greater than $125,000 and receive need-based financial aid.