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Student Financing of Graduate and First-Professional Education, 2003–04: Profiles of Students in Selected Degree Programs and Part-Time Students

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Table FA Estimates for figure A: Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students by type of degree program and attendance pattern: 2003–04

Table FB Estimates for figure B: Percentage of part- and full-time students who received aid and average amounts, by type of aid: 2003–04

Table F1 Estimates for figure 1: Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students by type of degree program and attendance pattern: 2003–04

Table F2 Estimates for figure 2: Percentage distribution of master's, doctoral, and first-professional students by degree program: 2003–04

Table F3A Estimates for figure 3: Percentage distribution of master's students receiving various types of aid and average amounts for aided students, by type of degree: 2003–04

Table F3B Estimates for figure 3: Percentage distribution of master's students receiving various types of aid and average amounts for aided students, by type of degree: 2003–04

Table F4A Estimates for figure 4: Percentage distribution of doctoral students receiving various types of aid and average amounts for aided students, by type of degree: 2003–04

Table F4B Estimates for figure 4: Percentage distribution of doctoral students receiving various types of aid and average amounts for aided students, by type of degree: 2003–04

Table F5A Estimates for figure 5: Percentage distribution of first-professional students receiving various types of aid and average amounts for aided students, by type of degree: 2003–04

Table F5B Estimates for figure 5: Percentage distribution of first-professional students receiving various types of aid and average amounts for aided students, by type of degree: 2003–04

Table F6 Estimates for figure 6: Percentage of part- and full-time graduate and first-professional students with selected demographic characteristics: 2003–04

Table F7 Estimates for figure 7: Percentage distribution of part-time graduate and first-professional students by degree program: 2003–04

Table F8 Estimates for figure 8: Percentage of part- and full-time students who received aid, by type of aid: 2003–04

Table F9 Estimates for figure 9: Percentage of graduate and first-professional students attending exclusively part time with employer aid and average amount received by aided students, by degree program: 2003–04


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Table A Percentage of graduate and first-professional students who received any financial aid, grants, or loans and, for aided students, average amount, by type of degree and institution control: 2003–04

Table 1 Percentage distribution of master's degree students' demographic, enrollment, and employment characteristics, average age, and percentage who worked full time, by type of degree: 2003–04

Table 2 Percentage distribution of doctoral degree students' demographic, enrollment, and employment characteristics, average age, and percentage who worked full time, by type of degree: 2003–04

Table 3 Percentage distribution of first-professional students' demographic, enrollment, and employment characteristics, average age, and percentage who worked full time, by type of degree: 2003–04

Table 4 Percentage of graduate and first-professional students who received any financial aid, grants, or loans and, for aided students, average amount, by type of degree and institution control: 2003–04

Table 5 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students' attendance intensity, by selected student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 6 Percentage of part- and full-time graduate and first-professional students with selected demographic characteristics, by degree program: 2003–04

Table 7 Percentage of exclusively part-time graduate and first-professional students with selected enrollment characteristics, by degree program: 2003–04

Table 8 Percentage of exclusively part-time graduate and first-professional students with selected employment characteristics, by degree program: 2003–04

Table 9 Percentage distribution of exclusively part-time graduate and first-professional students' income and average income, by degree program: 2003–04

Table 10 Average total budget and tuition and fees of exclusively part-time graduate and first-professional students, by institution control, and degree program: 2003–04

Table 11 Percentage of graduate and first-professional students attending exclusively part time who received financial aid, by type of aid, degree program, and selected student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 12 Average amount of aid received by graduate and first-professional students attending exclusively part time who received financial aid, by type of aid, degree program, and selected student characteristics: 2003–04


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Table 1.1 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students, by institution type and selected student and enrollment characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.2 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students, by program, institution type, and attendance pattern: 2003–04

Table 1.3 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students, by gender, age, average age, and selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.4 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students, by marital/dependent status and selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.5 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students, by race/ethnicity and selected student, enrollment, and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.6 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students, by citizenship status and selected student, enrollment, and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.7 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students, by attendance intensity and selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.8 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students, by attendance pattern and selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.9 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students, by 2002 income, average total income, and selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.10 Percentage distribution of master's degree students, by type of degree, institution type, attendance pattern, and citizenship: 2003–04

Table 1.11 Percentage distribution of doctoral and first-professional students, by type of degree, institution type, attendance pattern, and citizenship: 2003–04

Table 1.12 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students, by major and selected student, enrollment, and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.13 Average expenses for graduate and first-professional students, by attendance status, type of degree, and institution type: 2003–04

Table 1.14 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students, by time between receiving bachelor's degree and beginning graduate program and selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.15 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students, by parents' highest education level and selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 1.16 Percentage of students with disabilities and percentage distribution of students with disabilities, by main disability and degree program: 2003–04


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Table 2.1 Percentage of graduate and first-professional students who received financial aid, by type of aid, type of degree, institution type, and attendance pattern: 2003–04

Table 2.2 Average amount of financial aid received by aided graduate and first-professional students, by type of aid, type of degree, institution type, and attendance pattern: 2003–04

Table 2.3A Percentage of graduate and first-professional students who received financial aid, by type of aid, type of degree, and selected student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 2.3B Percentage of full-time/full-year graduate and first-professional students who received financial aid, by type of aid, type of degree, and selected student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 2.4A Average amount of financial aid received by aided graduate and first-professional students, by type of aid, type of degree, and selected student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 2.4B Average amount of financial aid received by aided full-time/full-year graduate and first-professional students, by type of aid, type of degree, and selected student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 2.5 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students, by type of aid package and selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 2.6 Average amount of aid received by aided graduate and first-professional students, by type of aid package and selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 2.7 Percentage of graduate and first-professional students with Stafford loans and average amounts, by selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 2.8 Percentage of graduate and first-professional students with Stafford loans, by type of loan and selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 2.9 Average grants and loans as percentages of total aid for aided graduate and first-professional students, by selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 2.10 Percentage of graduate and first-professional students who ever borrowed Stafford or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS) loans for undergraduate or graduate education and average cumulative amounts borrowed, by type of degree and class level: 2003–04

Table 2.11 Percentage of graduate and first-professional students who had ever borrowed from any source for graduate education, by graduate level in 2003–04, type of degree, and institution type

Table 2.12 Average amount ever borrowed from any source by graduate and first-professional students for graduate education, by graduate level in 2003–04, type of degree, and institution type

Table 2.13 Percentage of graduate and first-professional completers who had ever borrowed from any source for undergraduate and graduate education and average cumulative amounts borrowed, by type of degree and institution type: 2003–04


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Table 3.1 Percentage of graduate and first-professional students who received financial aid, by source of aid, attendance pattern, type of degree, and institution type: 2003–04

Table 3.2 Average amount of aid received by graduate and first-professional students, by source of aid, attendance pattern, type of degree, and institution type: 2003–04

Table 3.3A Percentage of graduate and first-professional students who received financial aid, by source of aid, type of degree, and selected student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.3B Percentage of full-time/full-year graduate and first-professional students who received financial aid, by source of aid, type of degree, and selected student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.4A Average amount of financial aid received by aided graduate and first-professional students, by source of aid, type of degree, and selected student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.4B Average amount of financial aid received by aided full-time/full-year graduate and first-professional students, by source of aid, type of degree, and selected student characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.5 Percentage of graduate and first-professional students with private grants and loans and average amounts for aided students, by selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.6 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students, by source of aid package and selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.7 Average amount of aid received by aided graduate and first-professional students, by source of aid and selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 3.8 Average federal aid and institutional grants as percentages of total aid for aided graduate and first-professional students, by selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04


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Table 4.1 Percentage of graduate and first-professional students who worked while enrolled, average hours worked per week and percentage distribution of hours worked per week, by selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 4.2 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students who worked while enrolled, by their intensity of work and selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 4.3 Percentage distribution of graduate and first-professional students, by primary role and selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 4.4 Percentage of graduate and first-professional students who were employed and considered themselves primarily students working to meet expenses who reported various benefits of working and percentage distribution of the effect on their grades, by selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 4.5 Percentage of graduate and first-professional students who were employed and considered themselves primarily students working to meet expenses who reported various drawbacks of working, by selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04

Table 4.6 Percentage of graduate and first-professional students who were married, percentage of married students who had a spouse with income, and the spouse's average income, by selected enrollment and institution characteristics: 2003–04


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