The Cavalier Daily | October 16th, 2013
By Julia Skorcz and Meg Gardner
“Such a debt load will almost certainly deter some deserving students from attending U.Va. or making it to graduation day; for others it will limit the options available to them upon graduation,” the delegates said in the letter.
The delegates said the AccessUVa program has allowed many students to receive an education at a high level institution that would have otherwise been unavailable. “In turn, those students are better prepared to change the lives of their communities, workplaces, and our Commonwealth,” the letter said.