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Author(s):Jones, D., Mortimer, K., Brinkman, P., Lingenfelter, P., L'Orange, H., Rasmussen, C., Vorhees, R
Title:Policies in sync: Appropriations, tuition, and financial aid in higher education
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Date:2003
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Short Description:Examines how to structure financial aid and financing policies to maximize access and participation for all students.
Annotation:The four papers included in this collection examine how to structure financial aid and financing policies to maximize access and participation for all students.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
College Access
Documents
Financial Aid
Pell Grants
Policy

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