From The New York Times:

As part of an effort to encourage more low-income students to apply, the University of Chicago is implementing a series of measures that will both streamline the admissions process and make studying at the University more affordable. The measures include eliminating the expectation that low- and middle-income students take jobs during the academic year, guaranteeing them paid summer internships after their first year in college, providing career counseling beginning their first year, and eliminating loans from financial aid packages.