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Informing public policy: Financial aid and student persistence
This study was designed to foster a better understanding of the relationship between financial aid, student characteristics, and student persistence.
This study was designed to foster a better understanding of the relationship between financial aid, student characteristics, and student persistence. By examining institutional and state-funded grants to students at public institutions of higher education, this study provides insight into the practice of awarding financial aid to undergraduate students, and includes an analysis of policy implications.
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State merit aid programs: Responses by Florida community colleges
Designing a state student grant program: A framework for policy makers
Diversity and persistence in Indiana higher education: The impact of preparation, major choices, and financial aid
The future of private loans: Who is borrowing and why?
A multi-institution analysis of the effects of campus-based financial aid on student persistence at public four-year institutions
Demography is not destiny: Increasing the graduation rates of low-income college students at large public universities
Unmasking the effects of student engagement on college grades and persistence