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Author(s):Green, T
Title:Financial aid, access, and America's social contract with higher education
Source:https://www.aacrao.org/sem14/Green_WhitePaper.pdf
Date:2004
Organization:Seton Hall University
Short Description:This article examines the role of financial aid and the social contract created by its practical application. The shift away from need-based aid and toward merit-based aid is described in the context of strategic enrollment management.
Annotation:This article examines the role of financial aid and the social contract created by its practical application. The shift away from need-based aid and toward merit-based aid is described in the context of strategic enrollment management. Enrollment managers are encouraged to examine the roles that financial aid plays in meeting the institutional goals of their particular institutions, as well as in meeting the goals of America's social contract.
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Enrollment
Financial Aid
Merit-based Aid
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