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Author(s):Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance
Title:Access and persistence: Fall 2009
Organization:Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance
Short Description:This issue of Access & Persistence presents additional findings from recent Advisory Committee research on college access and persistence for low- and moderate-income students, the result of analysis of National Center for Education Statistics databases.
Annotation:This issue of Access & Persistence presents additional findings from recent Advisory Committee research on college access and persistence for low- and moderate-income students, the result of analysis of National Center for Education Statistics databases. The article in this issue is a follow-on to “Importance of College Expenses & Financial Aid (Net Price),” which appeared in the summer issue. Both articles describe trends in the attitudes of families in 1992 and 2004 toward college expenses and financial aid, detailing, in particular, the increased level of importance that low- and moderate-income families are placing on net price.
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College Access
Financial Aid
Low-Income Students

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