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Author(s):McElroy, L
Title:Student aid and university persistence - Does aid matter?
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Date:2005
Organization:Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation
Short Description:This paper deals with the relationship between student financial aid and persistence. It begins by reviewing the relevant literature, including studies of how students finance their education and the various factors (both financial and non-financial) that have been found to affect persistence.
Annotation:This paper deals with the relationship between student financial aid and persistence. It begins by reviewing the relevant literature, including studies of how students finance their education and the various factors (both financial and non-financial) that have been found to affect persistence. The second part of the paper consists of a retrospective study on education persistence. This study sought to determine whether student financial aid was related to persistence. Private sources of financing were not examined.
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