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Student Financial Aid Estimates for 2003-04

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Table 1 Percentage of undergraduates receiving selected types of financial aid, by type of institution, attendance pattern, dependency status, and income level: 2003–04

Table 2 Average amounts of selected types of financial aid received by undergraduates, by type of institution, attendance pattern, dependency status, and income level: 2003–04

Table 3 Percentage of undergraduates receiving selected types of financial aid from federal, state, or institutional sources, by type of institution, attendance pattern, dependency status, and income level: 2003–04

Table 4 Average amounts of selected types of financial aid from federal, state, or institutional sources received by undergraduates, by type of institution, attendance pattern, dependency status, and income level: 2003–04

Table 5 Percentage of undergraduates receiving federal Title IV aid from selected programs, by type of institution, attendance pattern, dependency status, and income level: 2003–04

Table 6 Average amounts of federal Title IV aid received by undergraduates from selected programs, by type of institution, attendance pattern, dependency status, and income level: 2003–04

Table 7 Percentage distribution of dependent undergraduates at specified parental income levels, by type of institution, attendance pattern, and receipt of specified types of financial aid: 2003–04

Table 8 Percentage distribution of independent undergraduates at specified student income levels, by type of institution, attendance pattern, and receipt of specified types of financial aid: 2003–04

Table 9 Percentage of graduate and first-professional students receiving selected types of financial aid, by type of institution, graduate program, attendance pattern, and income level: 2003–04

Table 10 Average amounts of selected types of financial aid received by graduate and first-professional students, by type of institution, graduate program, attendance pattern, and income level: 2003–04


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