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Sallie Mae Bank, 2019
"Majoring in Money 2019" focuses on the payment methods, financial habits--including an in-depth look at credit cards--and overall financial literacy of three groups of young adults: college students, college graduates or "completers," and those who began college but did not complete. This report looks back to the…
Descriptors: College Students, Money Management, Credit (Finance), Young Adults
Sallie Mae Bank, 2018
Since 2008, Sallie Mae has surveyed American families with an undergraduate student about their attitudes toward college and how they paid for it. This report is an adjunct to Sallie Mae's "How America Pays for College" study. It explores how families of undergraduates perceive the value of a higher education, the factors that influence…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Value Judgment, Parent Attitudes, Family Attitudes
Sallie Mae Bank, 2018
Since 2008, Sallie Mae has surveyed American families with an undergraduate student about their attitudes toward college and how they paid for it. For the past ten years, the "How America Pays for College" research has provided insight regarding families' belief in the value of a college education, how they are making college more…
Descriptors: Paying for College, Student Loan Programs, Undergraduate Students, National Surveys
Sallie Mae Bank, 2018
Introduced this year, "How America Pays for Graduate School" is a national study by Sallie Mae, conducted by Ipsos. This new study is designed to complement Sallie Mae's "How America Pays for College" report, which, for the last 10 years, has provided insights into how American families plan and pay for college, with a focus on…
Descriptors: Graduate Study, Paying for College, Graduate Students, Educational Finance
Sallie Mae Bank, 2017
"How America Pays for College", introduced in 2008, is a Sallie Mae national study conducted by Ipsos that annually surveys undergraduate students and parents of undergraduates about how much they pay for college and the resources they use to fund the expense. Now in its tenth year, this study also asks families about their attitudes…
Descriptors: Paying for College, National Surveys, Annual Reports, Undergraduate Students
Sallie Mae Bank, 2016
Sallie Mae, the nation's saving, planning, and paying for college company, along with Ipsos, one of the world's largest, independent market research companies, surveyed 800 college students to learn more about how they are managing their finances and using credit. The online survey, completed in December 2015, comprised a cross-section of key…
Descriptors: Money Management, College Students, Student Surveys, Online Surveys
Sallie Mae Bank, 2016
"How America Saves for College 2016," the sixth in the series, again looks at American parents with children under the age of 18 and captures data on how, and how many, parents are saving for college and other tactics they may be using to build a plan to pay for college. The survey also tracks the values parents associate with higher…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Paying for College, Higher Education, Money Management
Sallie Mae Bank, 2015
"How America Saves for College 2015" marks the fifth time Sallie Mae has reported on the theories and practices behind how parents feel about saving for college and what they are doing to save for college. This study reports on the values that parents associate with higher education and their attitudes toward paying for it. In addition,…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Paying for College, Higher Education, Money Management
Sallie Mae, Inc., 2014
Sallie Mae has conducted "How America Pays for College" annually since 2008, providing information about the resources American families invest in an undergraduate college education. This study focuses particularly on the planning and payment behaviors in a given academic year. Now in its seventh year, the study provides a compelling…
Descriptors: Paying for College, National Surveys, Parent Surveys, Student Surveys
Sallie Mae, Inc., 2014
This is the fourth report in the Sallie Mae series "How America Saves for College," which launched in 2009. To understand how American families are planning for their children's education, the study captures data on parents' decision-making about savings, the use of savings vehicles, and the amount they save, as well as attitudes toward…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Paying for College, Higher Education, Money Management
Sallie Mae, Inc., 2013
Sallie Mae has conducted an ongoing study, "How America Pays for College," annually since 2008. Through that study, the researchers are able to provide a clearer picture of how the typical American undergraduate is paying for college today. This report is the third in the "How America Saves for College" series conducted since 2009. Interviews took…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Paying for College, Higher Education, Money Management
Sallie Mae, Inc., 2012
Sallie Mae has conducted "How America Pays for College" annually since 2008, providing information about the resources American families invest in an undergraduate college education. This study focuses particularly on the planning and payment behaviors in a given academic year. Now in its fifth year, the study allows tracking over time of changes…
Descriptors: Student Loan Programs, Paying for College, Undergraduate Study, Educational Finance
Sallie Mae, Inc., 2011
Sallie Mae's national study, "How America Pays for College," now in its fourth year, shows the resilience of American families' strongly held belief in the value of a college education. Even in the face of rising tuition costs and the worst economic decline in a generation, between academic years 2007-2008 and 2009-2010 Americans paid increasingly…
Descriptors: Student Loan Programs, Paying for College, Undergraduate Study, Educational Finance
Sallie Mae, Inc., 2010
This report presents the findings of a quantitative survey research program that Gallup, Inc. conducted on behalf of Sallie Mae. The overall objective of the study was to determine how American families are paying for higher education. The study also measures public attitudes toward college and various topics related to funding college. To achieve…
Descriptors: Student Loan Programs, Paying for College, Undergraduate Study, Educational Finance
Sallie Mae, Inc., 2010
American families have felt first-hand the significant impact of the economic crisis. The job market continues to show weakness, homes have lost value, and families are concerned about their economic future. Many studies have found that families are making tough choices in limiting their discretionary spending. It is in the context of this crisis…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Paying for College, Higher Education, Money Management
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