Skip Navigation
small NCES header image
DAS: Data Analysis System
DAS Online Application User Help Center Tables Library Analysis Reports What's New Home Page
back to report list
Report Info
View/download report

Datasets: NPSAS:2000 Undergraduate Students

Download All Files:
2002167.zip (151 KB)


Table Files: TPF/CPF

Student Financing of Undergraduate Education: 1999-2000

Executive summary figures
Figure A Percentage distribution of all undergraduates according to aid package, percentage receiving different types of aid, and average amount of aid for aided students: 1999–2000 1_1a1
1_1a2
1_2a1
1_2a2
3_1a
3_1b

Figure B Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year undergraduates according to aid package, percentage receiving different types of aid, and average amount of aid for aided students: 1999–2000 1_1a1
1_1a2
1_2a1
1_2a2
3_1a,  3_1b

Figure C Average tuition, nontuition, and total price of attendance for full-time, full-year undergraduates, by type of institution attended: 1999–2000 1_9a,  1_9b  1_9c

Figure D Percentage of all undergraduates receiving any aid, grants, or loans and average amounts received by aided students, by type of institution attended: 1999–2000 1_1a1
1_1a2

Figure E Percentage of all undergraduates receiving grants or loans and average amounts received by aided students, by source of funds: 1999–2000

1_2f,  1_2i  1_4a,  1_4b  3_3a,  3_3b  3_4a,  3_4b
Report figures
Figure 1 Percentage distribution of undergraduates according to aid package, percentage receiving different types of aid, and average amount of aid for aided students: 1999–2000 1_1a1
1_1a2
1_2a1
1_2a2
3_1a,  3_1b

Figure 2 Average tuition, nontuition, and total price of attendance for full-time, full-year undergraduates, by type of institution attended: 1999–2000 1_9a,  1_9b  1_9c

Figure 3 Percentage of undergraduates receiving any aid and any loans and average amounts received by aided students, by price of attendance: 1999–2000 1_1a1
1_1a2
1_2a1
1_2a2

Figure 4 Percentage of dependent and independent undergraduates receiving any aid and any loans and average amounts received by aided students, by family income: 1999–2000 1_1a1
1_1a2
1_2a1
1_2a2

Figure 5 Percentage of all undergraduates receiving any aid, grants, or loans and average amounts receiving by aided students, by type of institution attended: 1999–2000 1_1a1
1_1a2

Figure 6 Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates receiving any aid, grants, or loans and average amounts received by aided students, by type of institution attended: 1999–2000 1_1a1
1_1a2

Figure 7 Percentage of all undergraduates receiving grants or loans and average amounts received by aided students, by source of funds: 1999–2000 1_2f,  1_2i  1_4a,  1_4b  3_3a,  3_3b  3_4a,  3_4b

Figure 8 Percentage of all dependent undergraduates receiving grants and average amounts received by aided students according to dependent family income, by source of grant funds: 1999–2000 1_2f
1_1a1
1_1a2

Figure 9 Percentage of all undergraduates receiving grants and average grant amount received by aided students according to type of institution, by source of grant funds: 1999–2000 1_2f
1_1a1
1_1a2

Figure 10 Percentage distribution of dependent and independent Stafford loan borrowers with subsidized loans, unsubsidized loans, or both according to Stafford combination and average loan amounts, by family income: 1999–2000 1_7a,  1_7b

Figure 11 Percentage distribution of undergraduates in public 2-year institutions borrowing and receiving other aid: 1999–2000 1_1asp
1_1b2
1_2b1
1_2b2
1_3b,  1_9a  1_9b,  1_9c

Figure 12 Percentage distribution of undergraduates in public 4-year institutions borrowing and receiving other aid: 1999–2000 1_1c1
1_1c2
1_2c1
1_2c2
1_3c,  1_9a  1_9b,  1_9c

Figure 13 Percentage distribution of undergraduates in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions borrowing and receiving other aid: 1999–2000 1_1d1
1_1d2
1_2d1
1_2d2
1_3d,  1_9a  1_9b,  1_9c

Figure 14 Percentage distribution of undergraduates in private for-profit institutions borrowing and receiving other aid: 1999–2000

1_1e1
1_1e2
1_2e1
1_2e2
1_3e,  1_9a  1_9b,  1_9c
Compendium tables
Table 1.0 Percentage distribution (by columns) of undergraduates according to selected characteristics, by type of institution attended: 1999–2000 a,  b,  c,  d,  e  f,  g,  h,  i

Table 1.1-A Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates receiving any aid, any grants, or any loans, and average amount received 1_1a1
1_1a2

Table 1.1-B Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates in public 2-year institutions receiving any aid, any grants, or any loans, and average amounts received 1_1asp
1_1b2

Table 1.1-C Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates in public 4-year institutions receiving any aid, any grants, or any loans, and average amounts received 1_1c1
1_1c2

Table 1.1-D Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions receiving any aid, any grants, or any loans, and average amounts received 1_1d1
1_1d2

Table 1.1-E Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates in private for-profit institutions receiving any aid, any grants, or any loans, and average amounts received 1_1e1
1_1e2

Table 1.2-A Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates and average amount of financial aid according to combinations of loans and other aid received 1_2a1
1_2a2

Table 1.2-B Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates in public 2-year institutions and average amount of financial aid according to combinations of loans and other aid received 1_2b1
1_2b2

Table 1.2-C Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates in public 4-year institutions and average amount of financial aid according to combinations of loans and other aid received 1_2c1
1_2c2

Table 1.2-D Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions and average amount of financial aid according to combinations of loans and other aid received 1_2d1
1_2d2

Table 1.2-E Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates in private for-profit institutions and average amount of financial aid according to combinations of loans and other aid received 1_2e1
1_2e2

Table 1.2-F Percentage of all 1999–2000 undergraduates receiving grants and average grant amount, according to the source of grant funds 1_2f

Table 1.2-G Percentage of 1999–2000 full-time, full-year undergraduates receiving grants, and average grant amount, according to the source of grant funds 1_2g

Table 1.2-H Among all 1999–2000 undergraduates who received any grants, the percentage receiving grants, and average grant amount, according to the source of grant funds 1_2h

Table 1.2-I Among 1999–2000 full-time, full-year undergraduates who received any grants, the percentage receiving grants, and average grant amount, according to the source of grant funds 1_2i

Table 1.2-J Percentage of all 1999–2000 undergraduates receiving aid and average aid amount, according to the source of aid funds 1_2j

Table 1.2-K Percentage of 1999–2000 full-time, full-year undergraduates receiving aid, and average aid amount, according to the source of aid funds 1_2k

Table 1.3-A Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates who received a federal student loan in 1999–2000 or ever received a federal student loan through 2000 and average amounts borrowed, by student characteristics 1_3a

Table 1.3-B Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates in public 2–year institutions who received a federal student loan in 1999–2000 or ever received a federal student loan through 2000 and average amounts borrowed, by student characteristics 1_3b

Table 1.3-C Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who received a federal student loan in 1999–2000 or ever received a federal student loan through 2000 and average amounts borrowed, by student characteristics 1_3c

Table 1.3-D Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who received a federal student loan in 1999–2000 or ever received a federal student loan through 2000 and average amounts borrowed, by student characteristics 1_3d

Table 1.3-E Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates in private for-profit institutions who received a federal student loan in 1999–2000 or ever received a federal student loan through 2000 and average amounts borrowed, by student characteristics 1_3e

Table 1.4-A Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates receiving loans from various types of programs, by institutional and student characteristics 1_4a

Table 1.4-B Average amount of loans received by 1999–2000 undergraduates from various types of programs, by institutional and student characteristics 1_4b

Table 1.5-A Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 federal student loan borrowers according to combinations of loans from various federal programs, by institutional and student characteristics 1_5a

Table 1.5-B Average amount received by federal student loan borrowers in 1999–2000 according to combinations of loans from various federal programs, by institutional and student characteristics 1_5b

Table 1.6-A Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates receiving any Stafford, any subsidized, and any unsubsidized loans, and average loan amounts, by institutional and student characteristics 1_6a

Table 1.6-B Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduate Stafford loan borrowers with subsidized and unsubsidized loans, and average loan amounts, by institutional and student characteristics 1_6b

Table 1.7 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates with Stafford loans according to subsidized and unsubsidized loan combinations and average loan amounts, by institutional and student characteristics 1_7a,  1_7b

Table 1.8-A Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates receiving Stafford subsidized loans and average loan amounts according to subsidized maximum or less than maximum amounts borrowed, by institutional and student characteristics 1_8a1
1_8a2
1_8a3

Table 1.8-B Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates receiving any Stafford loans and average loan amounts according to total maximum or less than maximum amounts borrowed, by institutional and student characteristics 1_8b1
1_8b2
1_8b3

Table 1.9 Average tuition and fees, nontuition expenses, and total price of attendance for 1999–2000 undergraduates, by type of institution and attendance status 1_9a,  1_9b  1_9c

Table 1.10 Percentage distribution of 1999–2000 undergraduates according to type of institution attended, by institutional and student characteristics 1_10

Table 2.1-A Average total price of attendance according to type of institution, by institutional and type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 2_1a

Table 2.1-B Average total price of attendance for full-time, full-year undergraduates according to institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 2_1b

Table 2.1-C Percentage distribution of undergraduates according to total price of attendance, by 2_1c

Table 2.2-A Average tuition and fees for undergraduates according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 2_2a

Table 2.2-B Average tuition and fees for full-time, full-year undergraduates according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 2_2b

Table 2.2-C Average tuition and fees for part-time or part-year undergraduates according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 2_2c

Table 2.2-D Percentage distribution of all undergraduates according to tuition and fees, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 2_2d

Table 3.1-A Percentage of undergraduates receiving aid according to type of aid, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_1a

Table 3.1-B Average amount of aid received by aided undergraduates according to type of aid, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_1b

Table 3.1-C Percentage of undergraduates receiving any aid according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_1c

Table 3.1-D Average amount of total aid received by undergraduates who received any aid according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_1d

Table 3.2-A Percentage of undergraduates receiving federal aid according to type of aid, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_2a

Table 3.2-B Average amount of federal aid received by undergraduates who received federal aid according to type of aid, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_2b

Table 3.2-C Percentage of undergraduates receiving federal aid according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_2c

Table 3.2-D Average amount of federal aid received by undergraduates who received federal aid according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_2d

Table 3.3-A Percentage of undergraduates receiving state aid according to type of aid, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_3a

Table 3.3-B Average amount of state aid received by undergraduates who received state aid according to type of aid, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_3b

Table 3.3-C Percentage of undergraduates receiving state aid according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_3c

Table 3.3-D Average amount of state aid received by undergraduates who received state aid according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_3d

Table 3.4-A Percentage of undergraduates receiving institutional aid according to type of aid, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_4a

Table 3.4-B Average amount of institutional aid received by undergraduates who received institutional aid according to type of aid, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_4b

Table 3.4-C Percentage of undergraduates receiving institutional aid according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_4c

Table 3.4-D Average amount of institutional aid received by undergraduates who received institutional aid, by type of institution and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_4d

Table 3.5-A Percentage distribution of aided undergraduates according to combination of financial aid received, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_5a

Table 3.5-B Average amount of financial aid received by undergraduates who received various combinations of financial aid, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_5b

Table 3.6-A Percentage of undergraduates in public 4-year institutions receiving financial aid according to type and source of aid, by student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_6a

Table 3.6-B Average amount of financial aid received by aided undergraduates in public 4-year institutions according to type and source of aid, by student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_6b

Table 3.7-A Percentage of undergraduates in public 2-year institutions receiving financial aid according to type and source of aid, by student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_7a

Table 3.7-B Average amount of financial aid received by aided undergraduates in public 2-year institutions according to type and source of aid, by student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_7b

Table 3.8-A Percentage of undergraduates in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions receiving financial aid according to type and source of aid, by student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_8a

Table 3.8-B Average amount of financial aid received by aided undergraduates in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions according to type and source of aid, by student characteristics: 1999–2000 3_8b

Table 4.1-A Average net price (total price of attendance less total aid) of postsecondary education among undergraduates according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 4_1a

Table 4.1-B Average total price of attendance less all grants among undergraduates according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 4_1b

Table 4.1-C Average total price of attendance less federal grants among undergraduates according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 4_1c

Table 4.1-D Average tuition and fees less grants among undergraduates according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 4_1d

Table 4.1-E Average net price (total price of attendance less total aid) of postsecondary education among dependent undergraduates according to dependent student family income, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 4_1e

Table 4.1-F Average net price (total price of attendance less total aid) of postsecondary education among independent undergraduates according to independent student income, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2001 4_1f

Table 4.1-G Average net price (total price of attendance less total aid) of postsecondary education among full-time full-year undergraduates according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 4_1g

Table 4.2 Average federal expected family contribution (EFC) among undergraduates according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 4_2

Table 4.3-A Percentage of undergraduates with financial need for federal aid according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 4_3a

Table 4.3-B Average financial need among undergraduates who have need according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 4_3b

Table 4.4-A Percentage of undergraduates who have remaining financial need after receiving financial aid (if any) according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 4_4a

Table 4.4-B Average amount of remaining financial need among undergraduates who have need after receiving financial aid (if any) according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 4_4b

Table 4.5-A Percentage of undergraduates with need who received financial aid according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 4_5a

Table 4.5-B Average amount of financial aid received by undergraduates who had need according to type of institution, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 4_5b

Table 5.1-A Percentage distribution of undergraduates according to dependency status, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 5_1a
5_1a1
5_1a2

Table 5.1-B Percentage distribution of undergraduates according to attendance pattern, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 5_1b

Table 5.1-C Percentage distribution of undergraduates according to local residence, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 5_1c

Table 5.2-A Percentage distribution of undergraduates according to race/ethnicity, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 5_2a1
5_2a2

Table 5.2-B Percentage distribution of undergraduates according to gender and citizenship, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 5_2b1
5_2b2

Table 5.3 Percentage distribution of dependent undergraduates according to parents' income, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 5_3

Table 5.4 Percentage distribution of independent undergraduates according to students' income, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 5_4

Table 5.5 Percentage distribution of undergraduates according to type of institution attended, by institutional and student characteristics: 1999–2000 5_5


Would you like to help us improve our products and website by taking a short survey?

YES, I would like to take the survey

or

No Thanks

The survey consists of a few short questions and takes less than one minute to complete.
National Center for Education Statistics - http://nces.ed.gov
U.S. Department of Education