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On May 22, 1991, the Department of Justice filed a complaint against the eight Ivy League schools and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology alleging that the schools colluded to raise tuition rates and reduce financial aid awards for certain admitted applicants. 1 On the same day, the eight Ivy League schools, but not M.I.T., settled the Department of Justice complaint by signing a consent decree. 2 Among other things, the decree prevents the schools from jointly fixing tuition or financialdoi:10.2307/1599922 fatcat:ofpyfbmwijgprgnmyqwujm23te