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Author(s):St. John, E. P. and Tuttle, T. J
Title:Financial aid and postsecondary opportunity for nontraditional age pre-college students: The roles of information and education delivery systems
Short Description:This report examines the challenges associated with increasing the enrollment rate of nontraditional age pre-college students.
Annotation:In this report, the authors examine the challenges associated with increasing the enrollment rate of nontraditional age pre-college students. The paper focused on addressing the following three questions: "Who are the potential nontraditional age students? How well prepared is the education delivery system to serve the nontraditional adult population? and What role might financial aid information play in promoting postsecondary education opportunities for adults?"
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Adult Students
Financial Aid

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