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Compared with Cornell's other peer schools, such as G-town, this could result in tens of thousands of additional loan payment if you are planning to stay in P/I for 10 years+.
Example: If you are making $65,000/year in NYC, and choose to enroll in IBR, you will pay ZERO if you go to Gtown. You will be paying around $6000 per year if you choose to go to Cornell. This is like the only school in T14 that DOES NOT subsidize IBR.
To be fair, Cornell's program could be beneficial if you plan to stay in P/I for a few years and then jump the ship to the private sector. Even then, its contribution formula is downright atrocious compared to those of NYU / Columbia etc.
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