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Harvard became the latest university to announce the loss of its CitiAssist loan program. Citibank stopped accepting loan applications on Oct. 6 at Harvard.
International students are hardest hit by the ending of this program. It had provided loans to them without requiring a domestic co-signor. That requirement frequently is a formidable barrier for international students wanting to attend US graduate programs.
CitiAssist has also been canceled at MIT, Michigan, Cornell, and other top graduate programs.
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