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College Entrance Examination Board, New York, NY. Coll. Scholarship Service. – 1986
Information on financial aid, estimating financial need, managing money, and expenses at over 3,500 colleges is provided. College costs are based on the following: tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board, transportation, and personal expenses. The following financial aid sources are examined; the Pell Grant Program, the Supplemental…
Descriptors: Eligibility, Family Income, Federal Aid, Higher Education
Chandler, Lana J.; Boggs, Michael D. – 1987
The Guaranteed Student Loan Program (GSLP) and other forms of financial aid are described under the following headings: (1) the Guaranteed Student Loan Program (what the program is; how much and when to borrow; the student loan; the Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) Program; guidelines for the independent undergraduate--the…
Descriptors: College Students, Eligibility, Family Financial Resources, Federal Aid
American Legion, Indianapolis, IN. Americanism and Children's Youth Div. – 1988
This handbook of sources of financial aid for postsecondary education provides information on the following topics: (1) introduction (general information for the student, planning for the future, and a "do list" for parents and students); (2) American Legion educational aids (a detailed table of data on financial assistance offered by…
Descriptors: Career Planning, College Applicants, College Preparation, Cooperative Education
Thrift, Julianne Still; Toppe, Christopher M. – 1985
Sources of funds for students at private colleges are assessed, along with major changes in student financial aid during 1979-1984, based on the Student Aid Recipient Data Bank of the National Institute of Independent Colleges and Universities. A random sample of actual student financial aid records was examined in order to show how aid is…
Descriptors: Dependents, Federal Aid, Full Time Students, Grants
Office of Student Financial Assistance (ED), Washington, DC. – 1984
A guide to the family contribution (FC) for federal student financial aid programs is presented. Information is provided on the steps of the U.S. Department of Education's version of the Uniform Methodology (UM), the system most frequently used by need analysis services and financial aid administrators to determine the family's ability to…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Dependents, Federal Aid, Financial Aid Applicants