Home Home
Annotated Bibliography

Author(s):Federal Student Aid
Title:NSLDS student access: National sudent loan data system
Short Description:This U.S. Department of Education central student loan database enables students to access information about their student aid history.
Annotation:The National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) is the U.S. Department of Education's (ED's) central database for student aid. NSLDS receives data from schools, guaranty agencies, the Direct Loan program, the Pell Grant program, and other Department of ED programs. NSLDS Student Access provides a centralized, integrated view of Title IV loans and Pell grants so that recipients of Title IV Aid can access and inquire about their Title IV loans and/or Pell grant data.
Link: View Full Text

Print Bibliography: HyperLink 

Is this item's link broken? Report Broken Link

Associated Keywords:
Borrowing/Student Debt
Financial Aid

Similar Items:
2008-09 EFC (Expected Family Contribution) Formula Guide
Fulfilling the Commitment: Recommendations for Reforming Federal Student Aid
Stronger department of education oversight needed to help ensure only eligible students receive federal student aid
What every college access practitioner should know about: Economic diversity in Indiana and U.S. colleges and universities
Easy money: How congress could increase federal student aid funding at no additional cost to taxpayers
Funding education beyond high school
Dealing with debt: 1992-93 bachelor's degree recipients 10 years later
Segal AmeriCorps Education Award
Postsecondary Education English Spanish Glossary
Pell grant shares of undergraduate enrollments
Advisory committee on student financial assistance
Credit card ownership and behavior among traditional-age undergraduates, 2003-04
2003-04 National postsecondary student aid study: Undergraduate financial aid estimates for 2003-04 by type of institution
The student aid gauntlet: Making access to college simple and certain
The role of student loans in college access
Debts and decisions: Student loans and their relationship to graduate school and career choice
Unequal opportunity: Disparities in college access among the 50 states
Financial aid glossary: Some terms you may enounter on the road
2007 Status report on the Pell Grant program
College on credit: How borrowers perceive their education debt
Federal Student Aid (FSA)
State grant aid and it's effects on students' college choices
The global state of higher education and the rise of private finance
Student loans and public accountability
Federal Pell Grant program of the Higher Education Act: Background and reauthorization
Federal Pell Grants: Implications of increasing the maximum reward
Campus-based student financial aid programs under the higher education act
College grants on a postcard: A proposal for simple and predictable federal student aid
Academic competitiveness grant
Federal student financial aid: A national profile of programs in Title IV of the higher education act
Financing graduate education: A guide for prospective students
Do loans increase college access and choice? Examining the introduction of universal student loans
Federal Aid First
Denied: Community college students lack access to affordable loans
The policy of choice: Expanding student options in higher education
Trends in student aid 2003
2003 Status report on the federal education loan programs
Student financing of undergraduate education: 1999-2000
Student financing of graduate and first professional education: 1999-2000
Paying back, not giving back: Student debt's negative influence on public service career opportunities
The student debt dilemma: Debt aversion as a barrier to college access
Addressing student loan repayment burdens: Strengths and weaknesses of the current system
A test of leadership: Charting the future of U.S. higher education
Early and often: Designing a comprehensive system of financial aid information
Second to none in attainment, discovery, and innovation: The national agenda for higher education
Willing and Able, But Not Eligible
Trends in student aid 2008
Trends in student aid 2009
What is the price of college? Total, net, and out of pocket prices in 2007-08
How much are college students borrowing?
How America pays for college 2009: A national study by Gallup and Sallie Mae