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Author(s):Horn, L., Peter, K., and Carroll, D
Title:What colleges contribute: Institutional aid to full-time undergraduates attending four-year colleges and universities
Organization:National Center for Education Statistics
Short Description:Provides information about recent trends in institutional aid receipt and then examines the relationship between such aid and the likelihood of recipients staying enrolled in the awarding institution relative to comparable unaided students.
Annotation:This study provides information about recent trends in institutional aid receipt and then examines the relationship between such aid and the likelihood of recipients staying enrolled in the awarding institution relative to comparable unaided students.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
Financial Aid
Merit-based Aid

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