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Independent Undergraduates: 1999–2000

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Figure A Among independent undergraduates, percentage who met the various criteria used for determining independent status: 1999–2000 (See table 1a)

Figure B Percentage of undergraduates with risk characteristics, by dependency status: 1999–2000 (See tables 1a, 2a, and figure 1)

Figure C Percentage distribution of independent undergraduates by family responsibilities, by age category: 1999–2000 (See table 4)

Figure D Percentage of independent undergraduates with incomes below 125 percent of the poverty level, by independent student category: 1999–2000 (See table 12)

Figure E Among undergraduates enrolled in fall 1999, percentage distribution of those who submitted a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), by application date and dependency status: 1999–2000

Figure F Among undergraduates who applied for federal aid, percentage receiving Stafford loans, by Stafford loan type and dependency status: 1999–2000 (See table 20)

Figure 1 Percentage distribution of undergraduate students by dependency and attendance status: 1999–2000

Figure 2 Percentage distribution of undergraduates by type of institution and attendance status: 1999–2000

Figure 3 Percentage distribution of undergraduate students by dependency status and type of institution: 1999–2000

Figure 4 Percentage distribution of independent undergraduates by level of institution, by age and whether they have children or other dependents: 1999–2000 (See table 1a)

Figure 5 Percentage distribution of independent undergraduates by level of institution, by age and whether they have children or other dependents: 1999–2000 (See table 4)

Figure 6 Percentage distribution of independent undergraduates by level of institution, by age and whether they have children or other dependents: 1999–2000

Figure 7 Percentage distribution of independent undergraduates by level of institution, by age and whether they have children or other dependents: 1999–2000 (See table 14)

Figure 8 Percentage distribution of independent undergraduates by level of institution, by age and whether they have children or other dependents: 1999–2000 (See table 15)


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Table 1a Percentage of independent undergraduates who met the various criteria used for determining independent status, by type of institution and age: 1999–2000

Table 1b Percentage of independent undergraduates who met the various criteria used for determining independent status, by type of institution and age: 1999–2000

Table 2a Percentage distribution (by columns) of undergraduates by attendance status, dependency status, and selected student characteristics:1999–2000

Table 2b Percentage distribution (by columns) of undergraduates by type of institution, dependency status, and selected student characteristics:1999–2000

Table 3 Percentage distribution of independent students by family responsibilities and type of institution: 1999–2000

Table 4 Percentage distribution of independent undergraduates by family responsibilities and age:1999–2000

Table 5 Among undergraduates enrolled at 4-year institutions, percentage distribution by dependency status, family responsibilities, attendance status, and class level: 1999–2000

Table 6a Percentage distribution (by columns) of independent undergraduates by selected student characteristics and family responsibilities: 1999–2000

Table 6b Percentage distribution (by columns) of undergraduates by selected student characteristics, family responsibilities, dependency status, and age: 1999–2000

Table 7 Percentage distribution of undergraduate students by field of study, type of institution, and dependency status: 1999–2000

Table 8 Percentage distribution of undergraduates by Carnegie classification and type of 4-year institution, attendance status, and dependency status: 1999–2000

Table 9 Average tuition, nontuition expenses, total price, financial aid, and net price for dependent and independent full-time, full-year undergraduates, by type of institution: 1999–2000

Table 10 Average tuition among full-time, full-year undergraduate students enrolled in postsecondary institutions by Carnegie classification, control of institution, and dependency status: 1999–2000

Table 11a Among independent undergraduates, median income, percentage distribution by income level, and average federal expected family contribution (EFC), by attendance status and family responsibilities: 1999–2000

Table 11b Among independent undergraduates, median income, percentage distribution by income level, and average federal expected family contribution (EFC), by type of institution and family responsibilities: 1999–2000

Table 11c Among independent undergraduates, percentage who applied for financial aid and, among those who applied, percentage who received any aid, grants, or loans, and the average amounts received, by income level and family responsibilities: 1999–2000

Table 12 Among independent students, percentage who had incomes below 125 percent of the poverty level and percentage who received various untaxed benefits, by type of institution and family responsibilities: 1999–2000

Table 13 Among independent undergraduate students who had dependents, the average number of dependents they had who were under the age of 12 and percentage with monthly childcare expenses, by marital status: 1999–2000

Table 14 Percentage of undergraduate students who applied for financial aid and, among those who applied, percentage who received various types of aid and the average amounts received, by attendance status, dependency status, and family responsibilities: 1999–2000

Table 15 Percentage of undergraduates enrolled in the fall 1999 term and, among those enrolled, the percentage distribution for date of submission of a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) during 1999, by level of institution and dependency status: 1999–2000

Table 16 Percentage of undergraduates enrolled in the fall 1999 term and, among those enrolled, the percentage distribution for date of submission of a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) during 1999, by level of institution and dependency status: 1999–2000

Table 17 Percentage distribution of undergraduate students who filed a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before September 30, 1999, by type of institution, income level, and attendance status, by application date and dependency status: 1999–2000

Table 18 Among undergraduates who submitted a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before September 30, 1999, percentage who received various types of financial aid, by application date and dependency status: 1999–2000

Table 19 Among undergraduates enrolled in the fall 1999 term who submitted a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) during 1999, percentage who received federal, state, and institutional grants, and the average amounts they received, by submission date, level of institution, and dependency status: 1999–2000

Table 20 Percentage of undergraduate students who applied for federal aid and, among those who applied, the percentage receiving Pell Grants and Stafford loans, and the average amount received per recipient, by type of institution, dependency status, and family responsibilities: 1999–2000

Table 21 Percentage of undergraduates who used other forms of financing and the average credit balance, by type of institution and dependency status: 1999–2000


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