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Datasets: 1999-2000 National Postsecondary Student Aid Study (NPSAS:2000)
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How Families of Low- and Middle-Income Undergraduates Pay for College: Full-Time Dependant Students in 1999-2000

Executive summary figures
Figure A Average amount of aid received by all full-time, full-year dependent low- and middle-income undergraduates, by type of aid, type of institution, and percentage with aid: 1999–2000

LMI6_1,
LMI6_2
LMI8_1,
LMI8_2,
LMI9_1,
LMI9_2

Figure B Average amounts for selected components of the average student budget for full-time, full-year dependent low- and middle-income undergraduates, sources of funds, and percentage of students who received support from their parents, by type of institution: 1999–2000 LMI5b1,
LMI5b2
LMI17c1,
LMI17c2,
LMI36_1,
LMI36_2,
LMI17a1,
LMI17a2,
LMI37_1,
LMI37_2
Report figures
Figure 1 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates according to family income, by institution type: 1999–2000

LMI1a
Figure 2 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates according to the type of institution attended, by family income: 1999–2000

LMI3a
Figure 3 Average expected family contribution (EFC) for full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates by income and average student budget by type of institution: 1999–2000

tab3
Figure 4 Average amount of aid received by all full-time, full-year dependent low- and middle-income undergraduates, by type of aid, type of institution, and percentage with aid: 1999–2000

LMI6_1,
LMI6_2
LMI8_1,
LMI8_2,
LMI9_1,
LMI9_2

Figure 5 Average amount of grant aid received by all full-time, full-year dependent low- and middle-income undergraduates, by type of grant, type of institution, and percentage with grants: 1999–2000

LMI8_1,
LMI8_2,
LMI9_1,
LMI9_2

Figure 6 Average amount borrowed in federal loans by all full-time, full-year dependent low- and middle-income undergraduates, by type of federal aid, type of institution, and percentage with federal loans: 1999–2000

LMI10_1,
LMI10_2,
LMI40_1,
LMI40_2
Figure 7 Average net price and expected family contribution for full-time, full-year dependent low- and middle-income undergraduates, by type of institution: 1999–2000 LMI5b1,
LMI5b2

Figure 8 Average amounts for selected components of the average student budget for full-time, full-year dependent low- and middle-income undergraduates, sources of funds, and percentage of students who received support from their parents, by type of institution: 1999–2000 LMI5b1,
LMI5b2
LMI17c1,
LMI17c2,
LMI36_1,
LMI36_2,
LMI17a1,
LMI17a2,
LMI37_1,
LMI37_2
Report tables
Table 1 Percentage of undergraduates with selected enrollment characteristics, by institution type: 1999–2000

LMI34,
LMI35,
LMI17a1

Table 2 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates according to family income, by selected student characteristics: 1999–2000

LMI1a
Table 3 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates within income level according to selected student characteristics: 1999–2000

LMI2a,
LMI2b,
LMI2c,
LMI2d,
LMI2e

Table 4 Average tuition and fees, student budget, and expected family contribution for full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates, percentage with financial need, and for those with need, average amount of need, by institution type and family income: 1999–2000

LMI5b1,
LMI5b2

Table 5 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates who applied for and received financial aid and type of aid, by institution type and family income: 1999-2000

LMI6_1,
LMI6_2

Table 6 Average amount of aid received by full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates, by institution type and family income: 1999–2000

LMI8_1,
LMI8_2,
LMI9_1,
LMI9_2

Table 7 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates who received federal grants and average amount received, by institution type and family income: 1999-2000

LMI12_1,
LMI12_2,
LMI13_1,
LMI13_2
Table 8 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates who received nonfederal grants from various sources and average amount received, by institution type and family income: 1999–2000

LMI12_1,
LMI12_2,
LMI13_1,
LMI13_2
Table 9 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates who took out federal loans and average amount received, by institution type and family income: 1999-2000

LMI10_1,
LMI10_2,
LMI40_1,
LMI40_2
Table 10 Among full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates who received a bachelor’s degree in 1999–2000, percentage who ever borrowed federal loans (including PLUS), and for those who borrowed, the average cumulative amount borrowed, by institution type and family income: 1999–2000

LMI11_1,
LMI11_2
Table 11 For full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates who received financial aid, average percentage of budget or aid from various sources, by institution type and family income: 1999–2000

LMI33_1,
LMI33_2

Table 12 For full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates who received financial aid, average ratios of federal, state, and institutional aid to total aid, by institution type and family income: 1999–2000

LMI33_1,
LMI33_2
Table 13 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates according to the amount of unmet need, and for those with unmet need, the average amount, by institution type and family income: 1999–2000

LMI14a_1,
LMI14a_2,
LMI14b_1,
LMI14b_2
Table 14 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates according to the net price and average net price, by institution type and family income: 1999-2000

LMI15a_1,
LMI15a_2,
LMI15b_1,
LMI15b_2
Table 15 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates who worked while enrolled and during the summer, average hours worked per week, average earnings while enrolled, and average savings from summer employment, by institution type and family income: 1999–2000

LMI18a1,
LMI18a2,
LMI18d1,
LMI18d2
Table 16 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates who worked and considered themselves primarily students who reported various effects of working while enrolled, by hours worked per week: 1999–2000

LMI19_1
Table 17 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates who worked and considered themselves primarily students according to the effect of their job on their grades, by hours worked per week: 1999–2000

LMI20_1
Table 18 Percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates who received various types of support from their parents or others and average amount received for nontuition expenses, by institution type and family income: 1999–2000

LMI17c1,
LMI17c2,
LMI36_1,
LMI36_2,
LMI17a1,
LMI17a2,
LMI37_1,
LMI37_2
Table 19 Percentage distribution of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates according to their usual credit card status, and for those who usually carry balances, percentage distribution according to current balance and average balance due, by institution type and family income: 1999–2000

LMI24_1,
LMI24_2,
LMI22a1,
LMI22a2,
LMI22b1,
LMI22b2

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