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Author(s):NASFAA
Title:Federal student financial aid: A national profile of programs in Title IV of the higher education act
Source:http://www.nasfaa.org/PDFs/2005/2005fsfaprofile...
Date:2005
Organization:National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators
Short Description:A national profile which provides detailed information about each of the programs authorized under Title IV.
Annotation:This document is a national profile which provides detailed information about each of the programs authorized under Title IV. This information includes the following: descriptions of the federal student aid programs, recent trents in federal program appropriations, income levels of students and families who receive aid, and a description of the fedreal student aid application process.
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Financial Aid
Pell Grants

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