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Author(s):Heller, D
Title:Pell Grant recipients in selective colleges and universities
Short Description:Summarizes Pell Grant data from some of the most selective colleges and universities, to determine the distribution of students at these institutions by income level.
Annotation:Data from Pell Grant reports provides insight into the socioeconomic distribution of students at colleges and universities. This issue brief summarizes Pell Grant data from some of the most selective colleges and universities, to determine the distribution of students at these institutions by income level.
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Financial Aid
Low-Income Students
Pell Grants

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