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Datasets: NPSAS:96 Undergraduate Students

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Middle Income Undergraduates: Where They Enroll and How They Pay for Their Education

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1 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates with family incomes in 1994 of less than 125 percent of poverty level, Pell grant status and Stafford subsidized loan status, by family income: 1995–96 tab1a
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2 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates according to institution type and highest degree, by price-of-attendance level: 1995–96

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3 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates according to family income, by selected characteristics: 1995–96 tab3a
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4 Average number of Advanced Placement (AP) test taken and Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) combined score for full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates, by family income: 1995–96

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5 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates according to family income, by selected institutional characteristics: 1995–96

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6 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates according to Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) combined score, by price-of-attendance level: 1995–96

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7 Average Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) combined score and number of Advanced Placement (AP) tests taken by full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates according to price-of-attendance level, by family income: 1995–96

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8 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates according to price-of-attendance level, by combined Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) score and family income: 1995–96

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9 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates who enrolled at the highest price-of-attendance level in 1995–96, and the adjusted percentage after controlling for the covariation of the variables listed in the table

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10 Financial status for all full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates, by price-of-attendance level and family income: 1995–96

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11 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates with unmet need who did not apply for financial aid and reasons for not applying for financial aid, by family income: 1995–96

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12 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates according to student housing status, by price-of-attendance level and family income: 1995–96

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13a Average amounts for selected components of price and total aid for full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates from middle income families, by price-of-attendance level: 1995–96

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13b Average amounts for selected components of sources of funds for full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates from middle income families, by price-of-attendance level: 1995–96

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14 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates according to net price, by price-of-attendance level and family income: 1995–96

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15 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates who worked, average amount of hours worked and average earnings while enrolled, by price-of-attendance level and family income: 1995–96

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16 Among full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates, average net price, percentage who received contributions or allowance from parents, and percentage distribution according to amount of other type of support received from parents, by price-of-attendance level and family income: 1995–96

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17a Average amounts for selected components of price and total aid for full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates enrolled at the highest price-of-attendance level, by family income: 1995–96

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17b Average amounts for selected components of sources of funds for full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates enrolled at the highest price-of-attendance level, by family income: 1995–96

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18 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates according to aid receipt status, type of aid received, and ratio of aid to total aid by type of aid, and price of attendance, by financial need status and family income: 1995–96

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19 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates receiving grant aid according to source of grant, by financial need status and family income: 1995–96

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20 Average grant amount awarded to full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates receiving grant aid according to source of grant, by financial need status and family income: 1995–96

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21 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates receiving loans according to type of loan, by financial need status and family income: 1995–96

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22 Average loan amount received by full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates who received loans according to type of loan, by financial need status and family income: 1995–96

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A1 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates with financial need receiving grant aid according to source of grant, by price-of-attendance level and family income: 1995–96

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A2 Average grant amount awarded to full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates with financial need receiving grant aid according to source of grant, by price-of-attendance level and family income: 1995–96

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A3 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates with no financial need receiving grant aid according to source of grant, by price-of-attendance level and family income: 1995–96

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A4 Average grant amount awarded to full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates with no financial need receiving grant aid according to source of grant, by price-of-attendance level and family income: 1995–96

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A5 Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates with financial need receiving loans according to type of loan, by price-of-attendance level and family income: 1995–96

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A6 Average loan amount received by full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates with financial need who received loans according to type of loan, by price-of-attendance level and family income: 1995–96

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C1 Standard errors for table 22: Average loan amount received by full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates who received loans according to type of loan, by financial need status and family income: 1995–96

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1 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates, by family income: 1995–96

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2 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates from middle income families, by expected family contribution: 1995–96

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3 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates from middle income families, by price-of-attendance level: 1995–96

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4 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates from middle income families by financial need status, aid application status, receipt of aid and unmet need status: 1995–96

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5 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates from middle income families receiving aid according to financial aid status, by type of aid: 1995–96 fig4a
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6 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates with financial need receiving institutional grant aid, and average amount of institutional grant aid for those receiving institutional grant aid, by price-of-attendance level and family income: 1995–96

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7 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates with no financial need receiving institutional grant aid, and average amount of institutional grant aid for those receiving institutional grant aid, by price-of-attendance level and family income: 1995–96

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8 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates with financial need receiving loans, and average loan amount for those receiving loans, by price-of-attendance level and family income: 1995–96

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