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Author(s):Smole, D
Title:The campus-based financial aid programs: A review and analysis of the allocation of funds to institutions and the distribution of aid to students
Source:http://projectonstudentdebt.org/files/pub/Campu...
Date:2005
Organization:Congressional Research Service
Short Description:This report describes and analyzes (a) the process through which federal funds are allocated to institutions under the campus-based programs, (b) the potential for allocating all campus-based funding according to the existing need-based formulas, and (c) the current distribution of aid to students.
Annotation:This report describes and analyzes (a) the process through which federal funds are allocated to institutions under the campus-based programs, (b) the potential for allocating all campus-based funding according to the existing need-based formulas, and (c) the current distribution of aid to students.
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Borrowing/Student Debt
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Financial Aid
Low-Income Students
Need-based Aid
Policy

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