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Table 357. Amount borrowed, aid status, and sources of aid for full-time and part-time undergraduates, by control and level of institution: 2003-04 and 2007-08
Control and level of institution Number of
under-
graduates1 
(in thousands)
Cumu-
lative amount
borrowed for
undergraduate
education2
Aid status (percent of students)
Nonaided Source of aid
Any aid3,4 Federal4 State Institutional Other3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
  2003-04
Full-time,
   full-year students
                               
                                 
All institutions 7,679 (79.8) $11,800 (106) 24.5 (0.56) 75.5 (0.56) 60.7 (0.42) 24.3 (0.59) 32.0 (0.72) 23.4 (0.45)
Public 5,569 (72.0) 10,560 (115) 29.7 (0.54) 70.3 (0.54) 55.0 (0.41) 23.6 (0.54) 24.0 (0.59) 19.9 (0.37)
4-year doctoral 2,375 (30.0) 11,810 (136) 24.4 (0.63) 75.6 (0.63) 58.3 (0.68) 24.5 (0.75) 32.4 (0.82) 23.1 (0.51)
Other 4-year 1,201 (41.0) 10,790 (294) 22.6 (1.36) 77.4 (1.36) 64.7 (1.25) 29.8 (1.62) 23.9 (1.45) 20.5 (0.93)
2-year 1,967 (52.1) 7,390 (245) 40.5 (0.86) 59.5 (0.86) 45.1 (0.76) 18.7 (0.81) 14.3 (0.89) 15.5 (0.67)
Less-than-2-year 26 (2.2) 6,230 (518) 34.3 (3.09) 65.7 (3.09) 45.1 (2.95) 18.0 (2.62) 7.0 (1.39) 20.6 (2.38)
                                 
Private, not-for-profit 1,623 (38.6) 14,310 (275) 11.6 (0.74) 88.4 (0.74) 72.4 (0.72) 29.4 (1.77) 65.4 (2.19) 34.0 (1.21)
4-year doctoral 653 (27.8) 15,010 (445) 16.1 (1.02) 83.9 (1.02) 65.7 (1.53) 23.8 (1.90) 64.2 (2.12) 34.2 (1.29)
Other 4-year 925 (33.9) 14,040 (398) 8.4 (1.11) 91.6 (1.11) 77.1 (1.17) 33.3 (2.73) 67.5 (3.34) 34.4 (1.96)
Less-than-4-year 45 (4.1) 9,730 (1240) 13.8 (3.04) 86.2 (3.04) 71.4 (3.93) 30.1 (5.32) 38.1 (7.04) 20.8 (3.58)
                                 
Private, for-profit 487 (17.9) 12,950 (344) 7.6 (0.86) 92.4 (0.86) 87.2 (1.26) 15.6 (2.22) 12.3 (1.54) 28.1 (1.89)
2-year and above 355 (19.3) 14,670 (448) 6.0 (0.91) 94.0 (0.91) 89.3 (1.30) 19.6 (3.01) 12.3 (2.08) 30.9 (2.56)
Less-than-2-year 132 (3.8) 7,730 (278) 12.0 (1.15) 88.0 (1.15) 81.8 (1.72) 5.0 (0.74) 12.2 (0.95) 20.5 (1.09)
                                 
Part-time or
   part-year students
                               
                                 
All institutions 11,375 (79.8) 10,660 (132) 45.9 (0.79) 54.1 (0.79) 38.3 (0.76) 10.2 (0.44) 10.3 (0.49) 19.2 (0.34)
Public 9,095 (74.6) 10,230 (134) 53.1 (1.01) 46.9 (1.01) 31.2 (1.06) 10.1 (0.44) 7.9 (0.45) 16.6 (0.36)
Private, not-for-profit 1,232 (36.9) 13,790 (470) 23.2 (1.04) 76.8 (1.04) 53.2 (1.27) 13.9 (1.52) 30.7 (2.39) 33.1 (1.25)
Private, for-profit 1,048 (20.4) 9,520 (291) 10.3 (0.52) 89.7 (0.52) 83.1 (0.70) 6.8 (0.87) 6.9 (0.91) 25.0 (1.43)
  2007-08
Full-time,
   full-year students
                               
                                 
All institutions 8,220 (59.4) $15,100 (133) 20.5 (0.37) 79.5 (0.37) 63.0 (0.32) 27.7 (0.43) 34.0 (0.52) 32.3 (0.31)
Public 5,618 (39.9) 13,010 (147) 26.0 (0.46) 74.0 (0.46) 56.6 (0.34) 28.9 (0.42) 26.6 (0.42) 26.2 (0.38)
4-year doctoral 2,690 (25.7) 14,580 (230) 23.3 (0.71) 76.7 (0.71) 57.5 (0.78) 29.7 (0.68) 33.3 (0.62) 30.6 (0.47)
Other 4-year 1,162 (18.2) 13,280 (229) 19.1 (0.67) 80.9 (0.67) 65.7 (0.94) 33.6 (0.93) 25.1 (1.01) 28.7 (0.70)
2-year 1,738 (31.2) 8,710 (237) 34.6 (0.65) 65.4 (0.65) 49.2 (1.26) 24.8 (0.78) 17.8 (0.90) 17.6 (0.64)
Less-than-2-year 28 (3.1) 10,050 (964) 31.9 (4.65) 68.1 (4.65) 57.2 (4.34) 17.0 (4.14) 2.1 (1.41) 21.6 (3.38)
                                 
Private, not-for-profit 1,864 (25.9) 19,140 (328) 10.9 (0.64) 89.1 (0.64) 70.0 (0.63) 31.3 (1.05) 66.2 (1.47) 42.3 (0.69)
4-year doctoral 928 (20.6) 20,610 (601) 15.2 (1.05) 84.8 (1.05) 65.5 (1.21) 26.9 (1.11) 64.5 (2.05) 40.9 (1.02)
Other 4-year 913 (17.8) 17,920 (462) 6.7 (0.88) 93.3 (0.88) 74.3 (1.13) 35.5 (1.89) 69.1 (2.21) 44.2 (1.11)
Less-than-4-year 23 (2.1) 12,770 (1338) 6.6 (2.20) 93.4 (2.20) 88.0 (3.21) 39.3 (6.79) 15.3 (7.33) 23.7 (4.96)
                                 
Private, for-profit 738 (33.9) 16,380 (374) 3.1 (0.33) 96.9 (0.33) 93.6 (0.63) 9.8 (1.22) 8.2 (1.95) 53.6 (1.36)
2-year and above 611 (31.0) 17,570 (448) 2.6 (0.30) 97.4 (0.30) 94.5 (0.59) 9.3 (1.39) 8.5 (2.41) 56.8 (1.58)
Less-than-2-year 126 (7.2) 9,590 (246) 5.5 (0.92) 94.5 (0.92) 89.3 (1.66) 12.1 (2.29) 6.9 (1.82) 38.4 (1.44)
                                 
Part-time or
   part-year students
                               
                                 
All institutions 12,708 (59.2) $12,910 (140) 43.4 (1.86) 56.6 (1.86) 38.6 (1.48) 10.9 (0.41) 12.2 (0.80) 23.9 (0.43)
Public 10,276 (39.9) 11,820 (142) 50.5 (2.02) 49.5 (2.02) 30.2 (1.58) 10.9 (0.47) 10.8 (0.84) 19.2 (0.34)
4-year doctoral 1,656 (25.6) 16,360 (340) 35.7 (0.90) 64.3 (0.90) 43.3 (1.14) 16.3 (0.66) 16.8 (0.61) 27.0 (0.84)
Other 4-year 1,182 (18.2) 13,650 (269) 40.3 (1.14) 59.7 (1.14) 42.6 (1.05) 11.6 (0.68) 7.9 (0.40) 25.0 (0.82)
2-year 7,374 (31.2) 9,390 (160) 55.5 (2.54) 44.5 (2.54) 25.2 (1.85) 9.5 (0.58) 10.0 (1.10) 16.5 (0.40)
Less-than-2-year 64 (3.1) 8,230 (709) 51.6 (4.55) 48.4 (4.55) 31.8 (3.12) 10.0 (4.52) 4.8 (2.14) 16.0 (2.12)
                                 
Private, not-for-profit 1,174 (25.9) 18,510 (352) 23.0 (1.69) 77.0 (1.69) 54.3 (1.23) 15.6 (0.87) 28.4 (1.24) 40.8 (1.19)
4-year doctoral 466 (20.6) 20,460 (565) 25.1 (1.89) 74.9 (1.89) 48.1 (1.69) 12.5 (1.11) 31.9 (1.84) 43.0 (1.65)
Other 4-year 641 (17.8) 17,710 (485) 21.4 (1.98) 78.6 (1.98) 57.5 (1.96) 17.5 (1.19) 28.0 (1.69) 40.9 (1.57)
Less-than-4-year 67 (2.1) 12,720 (1890) 25.0 (4.05) 75.0 (4.05) 66.8 (3.91) 18.5 (5.45) 8.4 (3.55) 24.4 (2.26)
                                 
Private, for-profit 1,258 (33.9) 13,000 (370) 3.8 (0.28) 96.2 (0.28) 93.2 (0.39) 7.3 (0.59) 8.8 (1.72) 46.8 (1.56)
2-year and above 939 (31.0) 14,210 (438) 1.4 (0.26) 98.6 (0.26) 97.2 (0.42) 8.0 (0.69) 9.3 (2.45) 50.2 (2.01)
Less-than-2-year 319 (7.2) 8,900 (306) 10.9 (1.32) 89.1 (1.32) 81.5 (1.83) 5.3 (1.06) 7.3 (2.04) 36.8 (1.79)
1 Numbers of undergraduates may not equal figures reported in other tables, since these data are based on a sample survey of students who enrolled at any time during the academic year.
2 Includes only those students who borrowed to finance their undergraduate education. Excludes loans from family sources.
3 Includes students who reported that they were awarded aid, but did not specify the source of the aid.
4 Includes Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense benefits.
NOTE: Excludes students whose attendance status was not reported. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding and because some students receive multiple types of aid and aid from different sources. Data include Puerto Rico. Some data have been revised from previously published figures. Standard errors appear in parentheses.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, 2003-04 and 2007-08 National Postsecondary Student Aid Study (NPSAS:04 and NPSAS:08). (This table was prepared November 2009.)
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