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Datasets: BPS:2001 Beginning Postsecondary Students
NPSAS:93/96/00 National Postsecondary Student Aid Study

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What Colleges Contribute

Institutional Aid to Full-Time Undergraduates Attending 4-Year Colleges and Universities


Note: 1992-93 and 1995-96 average amounts received must be adjusted for inflation. To make into 1999-2000 comparable dollars, multiply 1992-93 estimates and standard errors by 1.188 and 1995-96 estimates and standard errors by 1.093.
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Figure A Percentage of full-time undergraduates enrolled in 4-year institutions who received institutional aid and among recipients, the average amount received in constant 1999 dollars, by institution control: 1992-93, 1995-96, and 1999-2000. t1a1
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Figure B Percentage of full-time undergraduates enrolled in 4-year institutions who received institutional aid and among recipients, the average amount received in constant 1999 dollars, by income quartile: 1992-93, 1995-96, and 1999-2000. t1a1
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Figure C Percentage of full-time undergraduates enrolled in 4-year institutions who received merit-based institutional aid and among recipients, the average amount received in constant 1999 dollars, by institution control: 1992-93, 1995-96, and 1999-2000. t2a1
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Figure D Percentage of full-time undergraduates enrolled in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who received merit-based institutional aid and among recipients, the average amount received in constant 1999 dollars, by income quartile: 1992-93, 1995-96, and 1999-2000. t2a1
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Figure E Among full-time undergraduates in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who received institutional aid, the percentage of need-based aid recipients who also received merit-based aid and the percentage of merit-based aid recipients who also received need-based aid: 1992-93, -1995-96, and 1999-2000. figE1
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Figure F Among 1995-96 beginning full-time students enrolled in public 4-year institutions who had achieved high academic merit in high school, the percentage receiving institutional grant aid, by institution selectivity and financial need. t7a1
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Figure G Among 1995-96 beginning full-time students enrolled in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who had achieved high academic merit in high school, the percentage receiving institutional grant aid, by institution selectivity and financial need. t7a1
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Figure H Among 1995-96 beginning full-time students enrolled in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who had achieved high academic merit in high school and had received institutional grant aid, the average amount received as a percent of tuition, by institution selectivity and financial need. t7b1
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Report figures
Figure 1 Among full-time undergraduates in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who received institutional aid, the percentage of need-based aid recipients who also received merit-based aid and the percentage of merit-based aid recipients who also received need-based aid: 1992-93, 1995-96, and 1999-2000. figE1
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Figure 2 Percentage of full-time undergraduates enrolled in 4-year institutions who received institutional aid and among recipients, the average amount received in constant 1999 dollars, by income quartile: 1992-93, 1995-96, and 1999-2000. t1a1
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Figure 3 Percentage of full-time undergraduates enrolled in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who received merit-based institutional aid and among recipients, the average amount received in constant 1999 dollars, by income quartile: 1992-93, 1995-96, and 1999-2000. t2a1
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Report tables
Table 1a Percentage of full-time undergraduates at public 4-year institutions who received institutional aid and the average amount received in 1992-93, 1995-96, and 1999-2000, by selected characteristics. t1a1
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Table 1b Percentage of full-time undergraduates at private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who received institutional aid and the average amount received in 1992-93, 1995-96, and 1999-2000, by selected characteristics. t1b1
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Table 2a Percentage of full-time undergraduates at public 4-year institutions who received institutional merit-based grants and the average amounts received in 1992-93, 1995-96, and 1999-2000, by selected characteristics. t2a1
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Table 2b Percentage of full-time undergraduates at private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who received institutional merit-based grants and the average amount received in 1992-93, 1995-96, and 1999-2000, by selected characteristics. t2b1
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Table 3a Percentage distribution by high school academic merit index levels among 1995-96 beginning full-time students in 4-year institutions, by SAT scores, high school academic curriculum, and high school GPA t3a
Table 3b Among 1995-96 beginning full-time students in 4-year institutions, average SAT composite score, percentage completing rigorous high school academic curricula, and percentage earning mostly As in high school, by academic merit index . t3b
Table 4a Percentage distribution by financial need quartiles and average need and tuition among 1995-96 beginning full-time students in public 4-year institutions, by family income quartiles . t4a1
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Table 4b Percentage distribution by financial need quartiles and average need and tuition among 1995-96 beginning full-time students in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions, by family income quartiles. t4b1
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Table 5 Percentage distribution by institution selectivity among 1995-96 beginning full-time students in 4-year institutions, by control of institution, high school academic merit, and financial need. t5a
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Table 6 Percentage of 1995-96 beginning full-time students in 4-year institutions who received institutional grant aid, by high school academic merit, financial need, and institution selectivity. t6a
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Table 7a Percentage of 1995-96 beginning full-time students in 4-year institutions who received institutional grant aid, by financial need within high school academic merit levels. t7a1
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Table 7b Among 1995-96 beginning full-time students in 4-year institutions who received institutional grant aid, the average amount received as a percentage of tuition, by financial need within high school academic merit levels. t7b1
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Table 7c Among 1995-96 beginning full-time students in 4-year institutions who received institutional grant aid, the average amount received, by financial need within high school academic merit levels. t7c1
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Table 8a Percentage distribution of 1995-96 beginning full-time students in public 4-year institutions according to their enrollment status after their first year, by institutional grant aid receipt, high school academic merit, and financial need. t8a1
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Table 8b Percentage distribution of 1995-96 beginning full-time students in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions according to their enrollment status after their first year, by institutional grant aid receipt, high school academic merit, and financial need. t8b1
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Table 9a Percentage of 1995-96 beginning full-time students in public 4-year institutions who were enrolled at or had attained a degree from their first institution by 2001, by institutional grant aid receipt, high school academic merit, and financial need. t9a1H  t9a1M
t9a1L  t9a1T
t9a2H  t9a2M
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Table 9b Percentage of 1995-96 beginning full-time students in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who were enrolled at or had attained a degree from their first institution by 2001, by institutional grant aid receipt, high school academic merit, and financial need. t9b1H  t9b1M
t9b1L  t9b1T
t9b2H  t9b2M
t9b2L  t9b2T
Multivariate tables
Table 10a Percentage of 1995-96 beginning full-time students in public 4-year institutions who were enrolled at or had attained a degree from their beginning institutions 6 years later and the least squares coefficients and standard errors expressed as percentages. pubpct06.cpf
Table 10b Percentage of 1995-96 beginning full-time students in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions who were enrolled at or had attained a degree from their beginning institutions 6 years later and the least squares coefficients and standard errors expressed as percentages. prtpct06.cpf

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