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Author(s):Hatfield, K. M.
Title:Funding higher education for adult students
Source:http://inpathways.net/Funding Higher Ed for Adu...
Date:2003
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Short Description:A chapter from a book that is designed to help student services personnel assist adult students to understand and navigate through the financial aid process and to pursue alternative ways of funding their higher education.
Annotation:A chapter from a book that is designed to help student services personnel assist adult students to understand and navigate through the financial aid process and to pursue alternative ways of funding their higher education. Describes different types of aid, as well as considerations when counseling adult students.
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Associated Keywords:
Adult Students
Financial Aid
Funding
Non-traditional Students

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