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  • 2011218: Trends in Student Financing of Undergraduate Education: Selected Years, 1995–96 to 2007–08
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    • Introduction
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    • References
    • Endnotes
    • Organization and Contents of Tables
    • Individual Tables
      • Table 1.1Average price of attendance for all undergraduate students, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S1.1Standard errors for table 1.1: Average price of attendance for all undergraduate students, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 1.2Average tuition and fees for all undergraduate students, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S1.2Standard errors for table 1.2: Average tuition and fees for all undergraduate students, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2.1-APercentage of undergraduates receiving any aid and average aid amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2.1-AStandard errors for table 2.1-A: Percentage of undergraduates receiving any aid and average aid amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2.1-BPercentage of undergraduates receiving grant aid and average grant amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2.1-BStandard errors for table 2.1-A: Percentage of undergraduates receiving any aid and average aid amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2.1-CPercentage of undergraduates borrowing and average loan amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2.1-CStandard errors for table 2.1-C: Percentage of undergraduates borrowing and average loan amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2.1-DPercentage of undergraduates receiving work-study and average work-study amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2.1-DStandard errors for table 2.1-D: Percentage of undergraduates receiving work-study and average work-study amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2.2-APercentage of undergraduates receiving any federal aid and average federal aid amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2.2-AStandard errors for table 2.2-A: Percentage of undergraduates receiving any federal aid and average federal aid amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2.2-BPercentage of undergraduates receiving federal grant aid and average federal grant amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2.2-BStandard errors for table 2.2-B: Percentage of undergraduates receiving federal grant aid and average federal grant amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2.2-CPercentage of undergraduates receiving federal grant aid and average federal grant amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2.2-CStandard errors for table 2.2-B: Percentage of undergraduates receiving federal grant aid and average federal grant amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2.2-DPercentage of undergraduates receiving federal campus-based aid and average aid amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2.2-DStandard errors for table 2.2-D: Percentage of undergraduates receiving federal campus-based aid and average aid amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2.3Percentage of undergraduates receiving state aid and average state aid amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2.3Standard errors for table 2.3: Percentage of undergraduates receiving state aid and average state aid amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2.4Percentage of undergraduates receiving institutional aid and average institutional aid amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2.4Standard errors for table 2.4: Percentage of undergraduates receiving institutional aid and average institutional aid amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 3.1Average net price (price of attendance minus all grants) among all undergraduates, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S3.1Standard errors for table 3.1: Average net price (price of attendance minus all grants) among all undergraduates, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 3.2Average out-of-pocket net price (price of attendance minus total aid) among all undergraduates, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S3.2Standard errors for table 3.2: Average out-of-pocket net price (price of attendance minus total aid) among all undergraduates, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 3.3Average federal expected family contribution (EFC) among all undergraduates, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S3.3Standard errors for table 3.3: Average federal expected family contribution (EFC) among all undergraduates, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 3.4Percentage of undergraduates who had financial need and average financial need, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S3.4Standard errors for table 3.4: Percentage of undergraduates who had financial need and average financial need, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 3.5Percentage of undergraduates who had remaining need after receiving financial aid (price of attendance minus the expected family contribution [EFC] and any financial aid) and average remaining need amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S3.5Standard errors for table 3.5: Percentage of undergraduates who had remaining need after receiving financial aid (price of attendance minus the expected family contribution [EFC] and any financial aid) and average remaining need amount, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08 institutional and student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
    • Glossary
  • 2011155: Trends in the Receipt of Pell Grants: Selected Years, 1995–96 to 2007–08
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    • Introduction
    • Related NCES Reports
    • Data
    • Data Analysis System (DAS)
    • References
    • Endnotes
    • Individual Tables
      • Table 1.1Percentage of undergraduates who received a Pell Grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S1.1Standard errors for table 1.1: Percentage of undergraduates who received a Pell Grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 1.2Percentage of undergraduates who received a Pell Grant at public 4-year institutions and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S1.2Standard errors for table 1.2: Percentage of undergraduates who received a Pell Grant at public 4-year institutions and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 1.3Percentage of undergraduates who received a Pell Grant at private nonprofit 4-year institutions and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S1.3Standard errors for table 1.3: Percentage of undergraduates who received a Pell Grant at private nonprofit 4-year institutions and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 1.4Percentage of undergraduates who received a Pell Grant at public 2-year institutions and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S1.4Standard errors for table 1.4: Percentage of undergraduates who received a Pell Grant at public 2-year institutions and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 1.5Percentage of undergraduates who received a Pell Grant at for-profit institutions and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S1.5Standard errors for table 1.5: Percentage of undergraduates who received a Pell Grant at for-profit institutions and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2.1Percentage distribution of all Pell Grant recipients, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2.1Standard errors for table 2.1: Percentage distribution of all Pell Grant recipients, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2.2Percentage distribution of Pell Grant recipients at public 4-year institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2.2Standard errors for table 2.2: Percentage distribution of Pell Grant recipients at public 4-year institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2.3Percentage distribution of Pell Grant recipients at private nonprofit 4-year institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2.3Standard errors for table 2.3: Percentage distribution of Pell Grant recipients at private nonprofit 4-year institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2.4Percentage distribution of Pell Grant recipients at public 2-year institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2.4Standard errors for table 2.4: Percentage distribution of Pell Grant recipients at public 2-year institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2.5Percentage distribution of Pell Grant recipients at for-profit institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2.5Standard errors for table 2.5: Percentage distribution of Pell Grant recipients at for-profit institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 3.1Average ratio of Pell Grant amount to total price of attendance among Pell Grant recipients, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S3.1Standard errors for table 3.1: Average ratio of Pell Grant amount to total price of attendance among Pell Grant recipients, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 3.2Average ratio of Pell Grant amount to total price of attendance among Pell Grant recipients at public 4-year institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S3.2Standard errors for table 3.2: Average ratio of Pell Grant amount to total price of attendance among Pell Grant recipients at public 4-year institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 3.3Average ratio of Pell Grant amount to total price of attendance among Pell Grant recipients at private nonprofit 4-year institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S3.3Standard errors for table 3.3: Average ratio of Pell Grant amount to total price of attendance among Pell Grant recipients at private nonprofit 4-year institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 3.4Average ratio of Pell Grant amount to total price of attendance among Pell Grant recipients at public 2-year institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S3.4Standard errors for table 3.4: Average ratio of Pell Grant amount to total price of attendance among Pell Grant recipients at public 2-year institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 3.5Average ratio of Pell Grant amount to total price of attendance among Pell Grant recipients at for-profit institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S3.5Standard errors for table 3.5: Average ratio of Pell Grant amount to total price of attendance among Pell Grant recipients at for-profit institutions, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 4.1Percentage of Pell Grant recipients with student loans and average amount borrowed, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S4.1Standard errors for table 4.1: Percentage of Pell Grant recipients with student loans and average amount borrowed, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 4.2Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at public 4-year institutions with student loans and average amount borrowed, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S4.2Standard errors for table 4.2: Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at public 4-year institutions with student loans and average amount borrowed, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 4.3Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at private nonprofit 4-year institutions with student loans and average amount borrowed, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S4.3Standard errors for table 4.3: Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at private nonprofit 4-year institutions with student loans and average amount borrowed, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 4.4Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at public 2-year institutions with student loans and average amount borrowed, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S4.4Standard errors for table 4.3: Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at private nonprofit 4-year institutions with student loans and average amount borrowed, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 4.5Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at for-profit institutions with student loans and average amount borrowed, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S4.5Standard errors for table 4.3: Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at private nonprofit 4-year institutions with student loans and average amount borrowed, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 5.1Percentage of Pell Grant recipients receiving a state grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S5.1Standard errors for table 5.1: Percentage of Pell Grant recipients receiving a state grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 5.2Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at public 4-year institutions receiving a state grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S5.2Standard errors for table 5.2: Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at public 4-year institutions receiving a state grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 5.3Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at private nonprofit 4-year institutions receiving a state grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S5.3Standard errors for table 5.3: Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at private nonprofit 4-year institutions receiving a state grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 5.4Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at public 2-year institutions receiving a state grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S5.4Standard errors for table 5.4: Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at public 2-year institutions receiving a state grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 5.5Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at for-profit institutions receiving a state grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S5.5Standard errors for table 5.5: Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at for-profit institutions receiving a state grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 6.1Percentage of Pell Grant recipients receiving an institutional grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S6.1Standard errors for table 6.1: Percentage of Pell Grant recipients receiving an institutional grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 6.2Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at public 4-year institutions receiving an institutional grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S6.2Standard errors for table 6.2: Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at public 4-year institutions receiving an institutional grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 6.3Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at private nonprofit 4-year institutions receiving an institutional grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S6.3Standard errors for table 6.3: Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at private nonprofit 4-year institutions receiving an institutional grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 6.4Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at public 2-year institutions receiving an institutional grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S6.4Standard errors for table 6.4: Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at public 2-year institutions receiving an institutional grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 6.5Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at for-profit institutions receiving an institutional grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S6.5Standard errors for table 6.5: Percentage of Pell Grant recipients at for-profit institutions receiving an institutional grant and average grant amount, by selected characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
    • Glossary
  • 2010220: Profile of Undergraduate Students: Trends from Selected Years, 1995–96 to 2007–08
    • Full PDF PDF File (491KB)
    • Introduction
    • Related NCES Reports
    • Data
    • Data Analysis System (DAS)
    • References
    • Endnotes
    • Individual Tables
      • Table 1Percentage distributions of undergraduates by selected student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S1Standard errors for table 1: Percentage distributions of undergraduates, by selected student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 2Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending public 2-year institutions by selected student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S2Standard errors for table 2: Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending public 2-year institutions, by selected student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 3Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending public 4-year institutions by selected student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S3Standard errors for table 3: Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending public 4-year institutions, by selected student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 4Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending private nonprofit 4-year institutions by selected student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S4Standard errors for table 4: Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending private nonprofit 4-year institutions, by selected student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 5Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending for-profit institutions by selected student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S5Standard errors for table 5: Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending for-profit institutions by selected student characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 6Percentage distributions of undergraduates by selected enrollment characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S6Standard errors for table 6: Percentage distributions of undergraduates by selected enrollment characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 7Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending public 2-year institutions by selected enrollment characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S7Standard errors for table 7: Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending public 2-year institutions by selected enrollment characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 8Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending public 4-year institutions by selected enrollment characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08 characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S8Standard errors for table 8: Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending public 4-year institutions by selected enrollment characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 9Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending private nonprofit 4-year institutions by selected enrollment characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S9Standard errors for table 9: Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending private nonprofit 4-year institutions by selected enrollment characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 10Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending for-profit institutions by selected enrollment characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S10Standard errors for table 10: Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending for-profit institutions by selected enrollment characteristics: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 11Percentage distributions of undergraduates by work intensity while enrolled and primary role, percentage of undergraduates participating in community service, and the average and median hours worked and participated in community service: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S11Standard errors for table 11: Percentage distributions of undergraduates by work intensity while enrolled and primary role, percentage of undergraduates participating in community service, and the average and median hours worked and participated in community service: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 12Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending public 2-year institutions by work intensity while enrolled and primary role, percentage of undergraduates participating in community service, and the average and median hours worked and participated in community service: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S12Standard errors for table 12: Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending public 2-year institutions by work intensity while enrolled and primary role, percentage of undergraduates participating in community service, and the average and median hours worked and participated in community service: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 13Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending public 4-year institutions by work intensity while enrolled and primary role, percentage of undergraduates participating in community service, and the average and median hours worked and participated in community service: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S13Standard errors for table 13: Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending public 4-year institutions by work intensity while enrolled and primary role, percentage of undergraduates participating in community service, and the average and median hours worked and participated in community service: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 14Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending private nonprofit 4-year institutions by work intensity while enrolled and primary role, percentage of undergraduates participating in community service, and the average and median hours worked and participated in community service: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S14Standard errors for table 14: Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending private nonprofit 4-year institutions by work intensity while enrolled and primary role, percentage of undergraduates participating in community service, and the average and median hours worked and participated in community service 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table 15Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending for-profit institutions by work intensity while enrolled and primary role, percentage of undergraduates participating in community service, and the average and median hours worked and participated in community service: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
      • Table S15Standard errors for table 15: Percentage distributions of undergraduates attending for-profit institutions by work intensity while enrolled and primary role, percentage of undergraduates participating in community service, and the average and median hours worked and participated in community service: 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08
    • Glossary
  • 2010205: Profile of Undergraduate Students: 2007–08
    • Full PDF PDF File (1465KB)
    • Introduction
    • Related NCES Reports
    • Data
    • Data Analysis System (DAS)
    • Endnotes
    • Individual Tables
      • Table 1.1Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by level of institution and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S1.1Standard errors for table 1.1: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by level of institution and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 1.2Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by control of institution and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S1.2Standard errors for table 1.2: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by control of institution and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 1.3Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by control and level of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S1.3Standard errors for table 1.3: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by control and level of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 1.4Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by class level and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S1.4Standard errors for table 1.4: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by class level and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 1.5Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by attendance status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S1.5Standard errors for table 1.5: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by attendance status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 1.6Percentage of undergraduates attending a postsecondary institution in home state, the average and median number of miles between home and postsecondary institution, and percentage of undergraduates who ever attended a community college, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S1.6Standard errors for table 1.6: Percentage of undergraduates attending a postsecondary institution in home state, the average and median number of miles between home and postsecondary institution, and percentage of undergraduates who ever attended a community college, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 1.7Percentage of undergraduates who took any distance education courses, the percentage who reported that their entire undergraduate program was taught through distance education, and the location of distance education courses, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S1.7Standard errors for table 1.7: Percentage of undergraduates who took any distance education courses, the percentage who reported that their entire undergraduate program was taught through distance education, and the location of distance education courses, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 2.1Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by undergraduate program and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S2.1Standard errors for table 2.1: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by undergraduate program and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 2.2Percentage distribution of undergraduates with a declared major, by major field of study and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S2.2Standard errors for table 2.2: Percentage distribution of undergraduates with a declared major, by major field of study and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 2.3Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by their average grades and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S2.3Standard errors for table 2.3: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by their average grades and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.1Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by sex and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.1Standard errors for table 3.1: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by sex and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.2Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by race/ethnicity and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.2Standard errors for table 3.2: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by race/ethnicity and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.3Percentage distribution of undergraduates’ age group and average and median age (as of 12/31/07), and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.3Standard errors for table 3.3: Percentage distribution of undergraduates’ age group and average and median age (as of 12/31/07), and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.3Percentage distribution of undergraduates’ age group and average and median age (as of 12/31/07), and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.3Standard errors for table 3.3: Percentage distribution of undergraduates’ age group and average and median age (as of 12/31/07), and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.4Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by dependency, marital status and responsibility for dependents, and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.4Standard errors for table 3.4: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by dependency, marital status and responsibility for dependents, and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.5-APercentage distribution of undergraduates, by dependency status and income level in 2006, and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.5-AStandard errors for table 3.5-A: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by dependency status and income level in 2006, and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.5-BPercentage distribution of dependent undergraduates, by 2006 family income and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.5-BStandard errors for table 3.5-B: Percentage distribution of dependent undergraduates, by 2006 family income and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.5-CPercentage distribution of independent undergraduates, by 2006 student income and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.5-CStandard errors for table 3.5-C: Percentage distribution of independent undergraduates, by 2006 student income and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.6Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by marital status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.6Standard errors for table 3.6: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by marital status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–088
      • Table 3.7Percentage distribution of undergraduates’ responsibility for dependents and the percentage of unmarried undergraduates with dependents, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.7Standard errors for table 3.7: Percentage distribution of undergraduates’ responsibility for dependents and the percentage of unmarried undergraduates with dependents, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.8Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by their high school completion status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.8Standard errors for table 3.8: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by their high school completion status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.9Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by their local residence while enrolled and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.9Standard errors for table 3.9: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by their local residence while enrolled and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.10Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by citizenship status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.10Standard errors for table 3.10: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by citizenship status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.11Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by the highest level of education completed by either parent and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.11Standard errors for table 3.11: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by the highest level of education completed by either parent and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.1Percentage of undergraduates receiving financial aid for postsecondary education, by financial aid source and type and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.1Standard errors for table 4.1: Percentage of undergraduates receiving financial aid for postsecondary education, by financial aid source and type and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.2-APercentage of dependent undergraduates receiving financial aid for postsecondary education, and among those receiving each type of aid, the average amount of aid received, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.2-AStandard errors for table 4.2-A: Percentage of dependent undergraduates receiving financial aid for postsecondary education, and among those receiving each type of aid, the average amount of aid received, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.2-BPercentage of independent undergraduates receiving financial aid for postsecondary education, and among those receiving each type of aid, the average amount of aid received, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.2-BStandard errors for table 4.2-B: Percentage of independent undergraduates receiving financial aid for postsecondary education, and among those receiving each type of aid, the average amount of aid received, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.3Percentage distribution of dependent undergraduates’ number of credit cards in own name, the percentage with any balance due, and the average and median monthly balance on all credit cards for those who carried a balance, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.3Standard errors for table 4.3: Percentage distribution of dependent undergraduates’ number of credit cards in own name, the percentage with any balance due, and the average and median monthly balance on all credit cards for those who carried a balance, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 5.1Percentage distribution of undergraduates’ work intensity while enrolled and among those who worked, the average and median hours worked per week, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S5.1Standard errors for table 5.1: Percentage distribution of undergraduates’ work intensity while enrolled and among those who worked, the average and median hours worked per week, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 5.2Percentage distribution of undergraduates with respect to how they defined their primary role of work and study, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S5.2Standard errors for table 5.2: Percentage distribution of undergraduates with respect to how they defined their primary role of work and study, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 5.3Percentage distribution of undergraduates’ number of community service activities and among those who had an activity, the average and median hours worked per month in community service, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S5.3Standard errors for table 5.3: Percentage distribution of undergraduates’ number of community service activities and among those who had an activity, the average and median hours worked per month in community service, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 5.4Percentage of undergraduates who performed various types of community service activities, by type of activity and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S5.4Standard errors for table 5.4: Percentage of undergraduates who performed various types of community service activities, by type of activity and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 5.5Among U.S. citizens, percentage of undergraduates who reported having registered to vote in the United States, and who had ever voted, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S5.5Standard errors for table 5.5: Among U.S. citizens, percentage of undergraduates who reported having registered to vote in the United States, and who had ever voted, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 6.1Percentage of undergraduates who reported some type of disability and among those who did, the percentage distribution, by type of disability and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S6.1Standard errors for table 6.1: Percentage of undergraduates who reported some type of disability and among those who did, the percentage distribution, by type of disability and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 6.2Percentage of first- and second-year undergraduates who reported ever taking a remedial course after high school graduation, taking a course in 2007–08, and among those taking such courses in 2007–08, the average number of courses taken, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S6.2Standard errors for table 6.2: Percentage of first- and second-year undergraduates who reported ever taking a remedial course after high school graduation, taking a course in 2007–08, and among those taking such courses in 2007–08, the average number of courses taken, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
    • Glossary
  • 2010183: Trends in Undergraduate Stafford Loan Borrowing: 1989–90 to 2007–08
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    • Introduction
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      • Table 1Federal Stafford Loan program characteristics: 1987–88 to 2007–08
      • Table 2Annual and cumulative loan limits for undergraduate federal Stafford Loans: 1987–88 to 2008–09
      • Table 1.1Percentage of all undergraduates who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S1.1Standard errors for table 1.1: Percentage of all undergraduates who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 1.2Percentage of all undergraduates who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S1.2Standard errors for table 1.2: Percentage of all undergraduates who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 1.3Percentage of all undergraduates who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S1.3Standard errors for table 1.3: Percentage of all undergraduates who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 1.4Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S1.4Standard errors for table 1.4: Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 1.5Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S1.5Standard errors for table 1.5: Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 1.6Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S1.6Standard errors for table 1.6: Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 1.7Among all undergraduates, percentage with subsidized Stafford loans who borrowed the maximum allowed and percentage with any Stafford or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS) who borrowed the maximum allowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S1.7Standard errors for table 1.7: Among all undergraduates, percentage with subsidized Stafford loans who borrowed the maximum allowed and percentage with any Stafford or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS) who borrowed the maximum allowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 1.8Percentage of all undergraduates who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S1.8Standard errors for table 1.8: Percentage of all undergraduates who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 2.1Percentage of all undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S2.1Standard errors for table 2.1: Percentage of all undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 2.2Percentage of all undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S2.2Standard errors for table 2.2: Percentage of all undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 2.3Percentage of all undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S2.3Standard errors for table 2.3: Percentage of all undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 2.4Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S2.4Standard errors for table 2.4: Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 2.5Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S2.5Standard errors for table 2.5: Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 2.6Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans to Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S2.6Standard errors for table 2.6: Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans to Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 2.7Among undergraduates at public 4-year institutions, percentage with subsidized Stafford loans who borrowed the maximum allowed and percentage with any Stafford or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS) who borrowed the maximum allowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S2.7Standard errors for table 2.7: Among undergraduates at public 4-year institutions, percentage with subsidized Stafford loans who borrowed the maximum allowed and percentage with any Stafford or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS) who borrowed the maximum allowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 2.8Percentage of all undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S2.8Standard errors for table 2.8: Percentage of all undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 2.9Percentage of 4th- or 5th-year undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S2.9Standard errors for table 2.9: Percentage of 4th- or 5th-year undergraduates in public 4-year institutions who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 3.1Percentage of all undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S3.1Standard errors for table 3.1: Percentage of all undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 3.2Percentage of all undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S3.2Standard errors for table 3.2: Percentage of all undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 3.3Percentage of all undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S3.3Standard errors for table 3.3: Percentage of all undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 3.4Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S3.4Standard errors for table 3.4: Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 3.5Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S3.5Standard errors for table 3.5: Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 3.6Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S3.6Standard errors for table 3.6: Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 3.7Among undergraduates at private nonprofit 4-year institutions, percentage with subsidized Stafford loans who borrowed the maximum allowed and percentage with any Stafford or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS) who borrowed the maximum allowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S3.7Standard errors for table 3.7: Among undergraduates at private nonprofit 4-year institutions, percentage with subsidized Stafford loans who borrowed the maximum allowed and percentage with any Stafford or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS) who borrowed the maximum allowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 3.8Percentage of all undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S3.8Standard errors for table 3.8: Percentage of all undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 3.9Percentage of 4th- or 5th-year undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S3.9Standard errors for table 3.9: Percentage of 4th- or 5th-year undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 4.1Percentage of all undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S4.1Standard errors for table 4.1: Percentage of all undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 4.2Percentage of all undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S4.2Standard errors for table 4.1: Percentage of all undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 4.3Percentage of all undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S4.3Percentage of all undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 4.3Percentage of all undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S4.3Percentage of all undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 4.4Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S4.4Standard errors for table 4.4: Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 4.5Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S4.5Standard errors for table 4.5: Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 4.6Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S4.6Standard errors for table 4.6: Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 4.7Among undergraduates at public 2-year institutions, percentage with subsidized Stafford loans who borrowed the maximum allowed and percentage with any Stafford or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS) who borrowed the maximum allowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S4.7Standard errors for table 4.7: Among undergraduates at public 2-year institutions, percentage with subsidized Stafford loans who borrowed the maximum allowed and percentage with any Stafford or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS) who borrowed the maximum allowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 4.8Percentage of all undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S4.8Standard errors for table 4.8: Percentage of all undergraduates in public 2-year institutions who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 5.1Percentage of all undergraduates in for-profit institutions who received any subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S5.1Standard errors for table 5.1: Percentage of all undergraduates in for-profit institutions who received any subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 5.2Percentage of all undergraduates in for-profit institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S5.2Standard errors for table 5.2: Percentage of all undergraduates in for-profit institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 5.3Percentage of all undergraduates in for-profit institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S5.3Standard errors for table 5.3: Percentage of all undergraduates in for-profit institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 5.4Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in for-profit institutions who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S5.4Standard errors for table 5.4: Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in for-profit institutions who received any federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 5.5Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in for-profit institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S5.5Standard errors for table 5.5: Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in for-profit institutions who received federal subsidized Stafford loans, and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 5.6Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in for-profit institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S5.6Standard errors for table 5.6: Percentage of full-time, full-year undergraduates in for-profit institutions who received federal unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 5.7Among undergraduates at for-profit institutions, percentage with subsidized Stafford loans who borrowed the maximum allowed and percentage with any Stafford or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS) who borrowed the maximum allowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S5.7Standard errors for table 5.7: Among undergraduates at for-profit institutions, percentage with subsidized Stafford loans who borrowed the maximum allowed and percentage with any Stafford or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS) who borrowed the maximum allowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 5.8Percentage of all undergraduates in for-profit institutions who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S5.8Standard errors for table 5.8: Percentage of all undergraduates in for-profit institutions who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table 5.9Percentage of 4th- or 5th-year undergraduates in for-profit institutions who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
      • Table S5.9Standard errors for table 5.9: Percentage of 4th- or 5th-year undergraduates in for-profit institutions who had ever received federal subsidized or unsubsidized Stafford loans or Supplemental Loans for Students (SLS), and the average cumulative amount borrowed, by selected institutional and student characteristics: Selected years 1989–90 to 2007–08
    • Glossary
  • 2010181rev: Undergraduate Financial Aid Estimates for Six States: 2007-08
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    • Introduction
    • Individual Tables
      • United States:
        • Table 1.0Percentage distribution of undergraduates enrolled at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, by selected student characteristics and institution type: United States, California, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, and Texas 2007–08
        • Table 1.1Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average tuition and fees, average price of attendance, percentage receiving any aid, and average amount of total aid received, by student characteristics: United States 2007–08
        • Table 1.2Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any grants, percentage receiving any student loans, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: United States 2007–08
        • Table 1.3Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any federal grants, percentage receiving any state grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: United States 2007–08
        • Table 1.4Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving institutional grants, percentage receiving other grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: United States 2007–08
        • Table 1.5Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any need-based grants, percentage receiving any merit-based grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: United States 2007–08
        • Table 1.6Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any merit-based grants, percentage receiving any merit-based grants from state or institutional sources, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: United States 2007–08
        • Table 1.7Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage who took out any federal loans; percentage who took out any private student loans, with average amounts borrowed; and percentage of students who ever took out any student loans, with cumulative amount borrowed to date; by student characteristics: United States 2007–08
        • Table 1.8Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average tuition and fees, percentage with zero net tuition after grants, and average amount of net tuition after grants, by student characteristics: United States 2007–08
        • Table 1.9Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average price of attendance, average net price after grants, and average net price after total aid received, by student characteristics: United States 2007–08
        • Table 1.10Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average price of attendance, average federal expected family contribution (EFC), percentage with financial need, and average amount of need, by student characteristics: United States 2007–08
        • Table 1.11Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage with financial need and average amount of need, percentage with remaining need after grants and average amount of remaining need, and percentage with remaining need after total aid and average amount of remaining need, by student characteristics: United States 2007–08
        • Table 1.12Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage who worked while enrolled, percentage who worked full time while enrolled, average number of hours worked per week, average amount earned while enrolled, percentage who had work-study jobs and average amount of work-study earnings received, by student characteristics: United States 2007–08
      • California:
        • Table 2.1Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average tuition and fees, average price of attendance, percentage receiving any aid, and average amount of total aid received, by student characteristics: California 2007–08
        • Table 2.2Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any grants, percentage receiving any student loans, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: California 2007–08
        • Table 2.3Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any federal grants, percentage receiving any state grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: California 2007–08
        • Table 2.4Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving institutional grants, percentage receiving other grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: California 2007–08
        • Table 2.5Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any need-based grants, percentage receiving any merit-based grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: California 2007–08
        • Table 2.6Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any merit-based grants, percentage receiving any merit-based grants from state or institutional sources, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: California 2007–08
        • Table 2.7Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage who took out any federal loans; percentage who took out any private student loans, with average amounts borrowed; and percentage of students who ever took out any student loans, with cumulative amount borrowed to date; by student characteristics: California 2007–08
        • Table 2.8Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average tuition and fees, percentage with zero net tuition after grants, and average amount of net tuition after grants, by student characteristics: California 2007–08
        • Table 2.9Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average price of attendance, average net price after grants, and average net price after total aid received, by student characteristics: California 2007–08
        • Table 2.10Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average price of attendance, average federal expected family contribution (EFC), percentage with financial need, and average amount of need, by student characteristics: California 2007–08
        • Table 2.11Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage with financial need and average amount of need, percentage with remaining need after grants and average amount of remaining need, and percentage with remaining need after total aid and average amount of remaining need, by student characteristics: California 2007–08
        • Table 2.12Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage who worked while enrolled, percentage who worked full time while enrolled, average number of hours worked per week, average amount earned while enrolled, percentage who had work-study jobs and average amount of work-study earnings received, by student characteristics: California 2007–08
      • Georgia:
        • Table 3.1Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average tuition and fees, average price of attendance, percentage receiving any aid, and average amount of total aid received, by student characteristics: Georgia 2007–08
        • Table 3.2Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any grants, percentage receiving any student loans, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Georgia 2007–08
        • Table 3.3Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any federal grants, percentage receiving any state grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Georgia 2007–08
        • Table 3.4Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving institutional grants, percentage receiving other grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Georgia 2007–08
        • Table 3.5Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any need-based grants, percentage receiving any merit-based grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Georgia 2007–08
        • Table 3.6Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any merit-based grants, percentage receiving any merit-based grants from state or institutional sources, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Georgia 2007–08
        • Table 3.7Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage who took out any federal loans; percentage who took out any private student loans, with average amounts borrowed; and percentage of students who ever took out any student loans, with cumulative amount borrowed to date; by student characteristics: Georgia 2007–08
        • Table 3.8Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average tuition and fees, percentage with zero net tuition after grants, and average amount of net tuition after grants, by student characteristics: Georgia 2007–08
        • Table 3.9Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average price of attendance, average net price after grants, and average net price after total aid received, by student characteristics: Georgia 2007–08
        • Table 3.10Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average price of attendance, average federal expected family contribution (EFC), percentage with financial need, and average amount of need, by student characteristics: Georgia 2007–08
        • Table 3.11Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage with financial need and average amount of need, percentage with remaining need after grants and average amount of remaining need, and percentage with remaining need after total aid and average amount of remaining need, by student characteristics: Georgia 2007–08
        • Table 3.12Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage who worked while enrolled, percentage who worked full time while enrolled, average number of hours worked per week, average amount earned while enrolled, percentage who had work-study jobs and average amount of work-study earnings received, by student characteristics: Georgia 2007–08
      • Illinois:
        • Table 4.1Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average tuition and fees, average price of attendance, percentage receiving any aid, and average amount of total aid received, by student characteristics: Illinois 2007–08
        • Table 4.2Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any grants, percentage receiving any student loans, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Illinois 2007–08
        • Table 4.3Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any federal grants, percentage receiving any state grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Illinois 2007–08
        • Table 4.4Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving institutional grants, percentage receiving other grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Illinois 2007–08
        • Table 4.5Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any need-based grants, percentage receiving any merit-based grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Illinois 2007–08
        • Table 4.6Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any merit-based grants, percentage receiving any merit-based grants from state or institutional sources, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Illinois 2007–08
        • Table 4.7Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage who took out any federal loans; percentage who took out any private student loans, with average amounts borrowed; and percentage of students who ever took out any student loans, with cumulative amount borrowed to date; by student characteristics: Illinois 2007–08
        • Table 4.8Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average tuition and fees, percentage with zero net tuition after grants, and average amount of net tuition after grants, by student characteristics: Illinois 2007–08
        • Table 4.9Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average price of attendance, average net price after grants, and average net price after total aid received, by student characteristics: Illinois 2007–08
        • Table 4.10Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average price of attendance, average federal expected family contribution (EFC), percentage with financial need, and average amount of need, by student characteristics: Illinois 2007–08
        • Table 4.11Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage with financial need and average amount of need, percentage with remaining need after grants and average amount of remaining need, and percentage with remaining need after total aid and average amount of remaining need, by student characteristics: Illinois 2007–08
        • Table 4.12Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage who worked while enrolled, percentage who worked full time while enrolled, average number of hours worked per week, average amount earned while enrolled, percentage who had work-study jobs and average amount of work-study earnings received, by student characteristics: Illinois 2007–08
      • Minnesota:
        • Table 5.1Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average tuition and fees, average price of attendance, percentage receiving any aid, and average amount of total aid received, by student characteristics: Minnesota 2007–08
        • Table 5.2Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any grants, percentage receiving any student loans, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Minnesota 2007–08
        • Table 5.3Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any federal grants, percentage receiving any state grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Minnesota 2007–08
        • Table 5.4Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving institutional grants, percentage receiving other grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Minnesota 2007–08
        • Table 5.5Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any need-based grants, percentage receiving any merit-based grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Minnesota 2007–08
        • Table 5.6Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any merit-based grants, percentage receiving any merit-based grants from state or institutional sources, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Minnesota 2007–08
        • Table 5.7Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage who took out any federal loans; percentage who took out any private student loans, with average amounts borrowed; and percentage of students who ever took out any student loans, with cumulative amount borrowed to date; by student characteristics: Minnesota 2007–08
        • Table 5.8Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average tuition and fees, percentage with zero net tuition after grants, and average amount of net tuition after grants, by student characteristics: Minnesota 2007–08
        • Table 5.9Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average price of attendance, average net price after grants, and average net price after total aid received, by student characteristics: Minnesota 2007–08
        • Table 5.10Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average price of attendance, average federal expected family contribution (EFC), percentage with financial need, and average amount of need, by student characteristics: Minnesota 2007–08
        • Table 5.11Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage with financial need and average amount of need, percentage with remaining need after grants and average amount of remaining need, and percentage with remaining need after total aid and average amount of remaining need, by student characteristics: Minnesota 2007–08
        • Table 5.12Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage who worked while enrolled, percentage who worked full time while enrolled, average number of hours worked per week, average amount earned while enrolled, percentage who had work-study jobs and average amount of work-study earnings received, by student characteristics: Minnesota 2007–08
      • New York:
        • Table 6.1Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average tuition and fees, average price of attendance, percentage receiving any aid, and average amount of total aid received, by student characteristics: New York 2007–08
        • Table 6.2Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any grants, percentage receiving any student loans, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: New York 2007–08
        • Table 6.3Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any federal grants, percentage receiving any state grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: New York 2007–08
        • Table 6.4Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving institutional grants, percentage receiving other grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: New York 2007–08
        • Table 6.5Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any need-based grants, percentage receiving any merit-based grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: New York 2007–08
        • Table 6.6Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any merit-based grants, percentage receiving any merit-based grants from state or institutional sources, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: New York 2007–08
        • Table 6.7Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage who took out any federal loans; percentage who took out any private student loans, with average amounts borrowed; and percentage of students who ever took out any student loans, with cumulative amount borrowed to date; by student characteristics: New York 2007–08
        • Table 6.8Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average tuition and fees, percentage with zero net tuition after grants, and average amount of net tuition after grants, by student characteristics: New York 2007–08
        • Table 6.9Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average price of attendance, average net price after grants, and average net price after total aid received, by student characteristics: New York 2007–08
        • Table 6.10Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average price of attendance, average federal expected family contribution (EFC), percentage with financial need, and average amount of need, by student characteristics: New York 2007–08
        • Table 6.11Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage with financial need and average amount of need, percentage with remaining need after grants and average amount of remaining need, and percentage with remaining need after total aid and average amount of remaining need, by student characteristics: New York 2007–08
        • Table 6.12Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage who worked while enrolled, percentage who worked full time while enrolled, average number of hours worked per week, average amount earned while enrolled, percentage who had work-study jobs and average amount of work-study earnings received, by student characteristics: New York 2007–08
      • Texas:
        • Table 7.1Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average tuition and fees, average price of attendance, percentage receiving any aid, and average amount of total aid received, by student characteristics: Texas 2007–08
        • Table 7.2Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any grants, percentage receiving any student loans, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Texas 2007–08
        • Table 7.3Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any federal grants, percentage receiving any state grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Texas 2007–08
        • Table 7.4Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving institutional grants, percentage receiving other grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Texas 2007–08
        • Table 7.5Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any need-based grants, percentage receiving any merit-based grants, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Texas 2007–08
        • Table 7.6Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage receiving any merit-based grants, percentage receiving any merit-based grants from state or institutional sources, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: Texas 2007–08
        • Table 7.7Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage who took out any federal loans; percentage who took out any private student loans, with average amounts borrowed; and percentage of students who ever took out any student loans, with cumulative amount borrowed to date; by student characteristics: Texas 2007–08
        • Table 7.8Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average tuition and fees, percentage with zero net tuition after grants, and average amount of net tuition after grants, by student characteristics: Texas 2007–08
        • Table 7.9Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average price of attendance, average net price after grants, and average net price after total aid received, by student characteristics: Texas 2007–08
        • Table 7.10Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, average price of attendance, average federal expected family contribution (EFC), percentage with financial need, and average amount of need, by student characteristics: Texas 2007–08
        • Table 7.11Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage with financial need and average amount of need, percentage with remaining need after grants and average amount of remaining need, and percentage with remaining need after total aid and average amount of remaining need, by student characteristics: Texas 2007–08
        • Table 7.12Among in-state undergraduates at public 2-year, public 4-year, private not-for-profit 4-year, and private for-profit degree-granting institutions, percentage who worked while enrolled, percentage who worked full time while enrolled, average number of hours worked per week, average amount earned while enrolled, percentage who had work-study jobs and average amount of work-study earnings received, by student characteristics: Texas 2007–08
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      • Table 1Family income, tuition and fees, and price of attendance among all undergraduates enrolled in postsecondary institutions, by selected percentiles and institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S1Standard errors for table 1.1: Family income, tuition and fees, and price of attendance among full-time/full-year undergraduates enrolled in postsecondary institutions, by selected percentiles and institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 1.1Family income, tuition and fees, and price of attendance among full-time/full-year undergraduates enrolled in postsecondary institutions, by selected percentiles and institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S1.1Standard errors for table 1.1: Family income, tuition and fees, and price of attendance among full-time/full-year undergraduates enrolled in postsecondary institutions, by selected percentiles and institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 2.1-AAverage price of attendance for undergraduate students, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S2.1-AStandard errors for table 2.1-A: Average price of attendance for undergraduate students, Table S2.1-A.—by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 2.1-BAverage price of attendance for full-time/full-year undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S2.1-BStandard errors for table 2.1-B: Average price of attendance for full-time/full-year undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 2.1-CPercentage distribution of undergraduates, by price of attendance and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S2.1-CStandard errors for table 2.1-C: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by price of attendance and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 2.2-AAverage tuition and fees for undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S2.2-AStandard errors for table 2.2-A: Average tuition and fees for undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 2.2-BAverage tuition and fees for full-time/full-year undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S2.2-BStandard errors for table 2.2-B: Average tuition and fees for full-time/full-year undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 2.2-CAverage tuition and fees for part-time or part-year undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S2.2-CStandard errors for table 2.2-C: Average tuition and fees for part-time or part-year undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 2.2-DPercentage distribution of all undergraduates, by tuition and fees and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S2.2-DStandard errors for table 2.2-D: Percentage distribution of all undergraduates, by tuition and fees and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.1-APercentage of undergraduates receiving aid, by type of aid received and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.1-AStandard errors for table 3.1-A: Percentage of undergraduates receiving aid, by type of aid received and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.1-BAverage amount of aid received by undergraduates receiving a specific type of aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.1-BStandard errors for table 3.1-B: Average amount of aid received by undergraduates receiving a specific type of aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.1-CPercentage of undergraduates receiving any aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.1-CStandard errors for table 3.1-C: Percentage of undergraduates receiving any aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.1-DAverage amount of total aid received by undergraduates who received any aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.1-DStandard errors for table 3.1-D: Average amount of total aid received by undergraduates who received any aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.2-APercentage of undergraduates receiving federal aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.2-AStandard errors for table 3.2-A: Percentage of undergraduates receiving federal aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.2-BAverage amount of federal aid received by undergraduates who received a specific type of federal aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.2-BStandard errors for table 3.2-B: Average amount of federal aid received by undergraduates who received a specific type of federal aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.2-CPercentage of undergraduates receiving federal aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.2-CStandard errors for table 3.2-C: Percentage of undergraduates receiving federal aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.2-DAverage amount of federal aid received by undergraduates who received federal aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.2-DStandard errors for table 3.2-D: Average amount of federal aid received by undergraduates who received federal aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.2-EPercentage of undergraduates receiving federal Pell grants and Stafford loans, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.2-EStandard errors for table 3.2-E: Percentage of undergraduates receiving federal Pell grants and Stafford loans, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.2-FAverage amount of federal aid in Pell grants and Stafford loans received by undergraduates who received Pell grants and Stafford loans, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.2-FStandard errors for table 3.2-F: Average amount of federal aid in Pell grants and Stafford loans received by undergraduates who received Pell grants and Stafford loans, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.2-GPercentage of undergraduates receiving federal campus-based aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.2-GStandard errors for table 3.2-G: Percentage of undergraduates receiving federal campus-based aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.2-HAverage amount of federal campus-based aid received by undergraduates who received campus-based aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.2-HStandard errors for table 3.2-H: Average amount of federal campus-based aid received by undergraduates who received campus-based aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.3-APercentage of undergraduates receiving any state aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.3-AStandard errors for table 3.3-A: Percentage of undergraduates receiving any state aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.3-BAverage amount of state aid received by undergraduates who received a specific type of state aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.3-BAverage amount of state aid received by undergraduates who received a specific type of state aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.3-CPercentage of undergraduates receiving any state aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.3-CStandard errors for table 3.3-C: Percentage of undergraduates receiving any state aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.3-DAverage amount of state aid received by undergraduates who received any state aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.3-DStandard errors for table 3.3-D: Average amount of state aid received by undergraduates who received any state aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.4-APercentage of undergraduates receiving institutional aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.4-AStandard errors for table 3.4-A: Percentage of undergraduates receiving institutional aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.4-BAverage amount of institutional aid received by undergraduates who received a specific type of institutional aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.4-BStandard errors for table 3.4-B: Average amount of institutional aid received by undergraduates who received a specific type of institutional aid, by type of aid and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007-08
      • Table 3.4-CPercentage of undergraduates receiving institutional aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.4-CStandard errors for table 3.4-C: Percentage of undergraduates receiving institutional aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.4-DAverage amount of institutional aid received by undergraduates who received institutional aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.4-DStandard errors for table 3.4-D: Average amount of institutional aid received by undergraduates who received institutional aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.5-APercentage distribution of undergraduates who received financial aid, by combination of financial aid received and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.5-AStandard errors for table 3.5-A: Percentage distribution of undergraduates who received financial aid, by combination of financial aid received and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.5-BAverage amount of financial aid received by undergraduates who received various combinations of financial aid, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.5-BStandard errors for table 3.5-B: Average amount of financial aid received by undergraduates who received various combinations of financial aid, by selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.6-APercentage of undergraduates in public 4-year institutions receiving financial aid, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.6-AStandard errors for table 3.6-A: Percentage of undergraduates in public 4-year institutions receiving financial aid, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.6-BAverage amount of financial aid received by undergraduates who received a specific type of aid in public 4-year institutions, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.6-BAverage amount of financial aid received by undergraduates who received a specific type of aid in public 4-year institutions, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.7-APercentage of undergraduates in public 2-year institutions receiving financial aid, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.7-AStandard errors for table 3.7-A: Percentage of undergraduates in public 2-year institutions receiving financial aid, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.7-BAverage amount of financial aid received by undergraduates who received a specific type Table 3.7-B.—of aid in public 2-year institutions, by type and source of aid and selected student Table 3.7-B.—characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.7-BStandard errors for table 3.7-B: Average amount of financial aid received by undergraduates who received a specific type of aid in public 2-year institutions, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.8-APercentage of undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions receiving financial aid, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.8-AStandard errors for table 3.8-A: Percentage of undergraduates in private nonprofit 4-year institutions receiving financial aid, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.8-BAverage amount of financial aid received by undergraduates who received a specific type of aid in private nonprofit 4-year institutions, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.8-BStandard errors for table 3.8-B: Average amount of financial aid received by undergraduates who received a specific type of aid in private nonprofit 4-year institutions, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.9-APercentage of undergraduates in for-profit institutions receiving financial aid, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.9-APercentage of undergraduates in for-profit institutions receiving financial aid, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3.9-BAverage amount of financial aid received by undergraduates who received a specific type of aid in for-profit institutions, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S3.9-BAverage amount of financial aid received by undergraduates who received a specific type of aid in for-profit institutions, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.1-AAverage out-of-pocket net price (price of attendance minus total aid) of postsecondary education among undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.1-AStandard errors for table 4.1-A: Average out-of-pocket net price (price of attendance minus total aid) of postsecondary education among undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.1-BAverage net price (price of attendance minus all grants) among undergraduates, by of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.1-BStandard errors for table 4.1-B: Average net price (price of attendance minus all grants) Table S4.1-B.—among undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: Table S4.1-B.—2007–08
      • Table 4.1-BAverage net price (price of attendance minus all grants) among undergraduates, by of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.1-BStandard errors for table 4.1-B: Average net price (price of attendance minus all grants) among undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.1-CAverage net price after federal grants among undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.1-CStandard errors for table 4.1-C: Average net price after federal grants among undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.1-DAverage net tuition (tuition and fees minus all grants) among undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.1-DStandard errors for table 4.1-D: Average net tuition (tuition and fees minus all grants) among undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.1-EAverage out-of-pocket net price (price of attendance minus total aid) of postsecondary education among dependent undergraduates, by dependent student family income in 2006 and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.1-EStandard errors for table 4.1-E: Average out-of-pocket net price (price of attendance minus total aid) of postsecondary education among dependent undergraduates, by dependent student family income in 2006 and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.1-FAverage out-of-pocket net price (price of attendance minus total aid) of postsecondary education among independent undergraduates, by independent student income in 2006 and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.1-FStandard errors for table 4.1-F: Average out-of-pocket net price (price of attendance minus total aid) of postsecondary education among independent undergraduates, independent student income in 2006 and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.1-GAverage out-of-pocket net price (price of attendance minus total aid) of postsecondary education among full-time/full-year undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.1-GStandard errors for table 4.1-G: Average out-of-pocket net price (price of attendance minus total aid) of postsecondary education among full-time/full-year undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.1-HAverage net tuition (tuition and fees minus all grants) among full-time/full-year undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.1-HStandard errors for table 4.1-H: Average net tuition (tuition and fees minus all grants) among full-time/full-year undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.2Average federal expected family contribution (EFC) among undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.2Standard errors for table 4.2: Average federal expected family contribution (EFC) among undergraduates, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.3-APercentage of undergraduates who have financial need, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.3-AStandard errors for table 4.3-A: Percentage of undergraduates who have financial need, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.3-BAverage financial need (price of attendance minus expected family contribution) among undergraduates with financial need, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.3-BStandard errors for table 4.3-B: Average financial need (price of attendance minus expected family contribution) among undergraduates with financial need, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.4-APercentage of undergraduates who have remaining need after receiving financial aid (price of attendance minus the expected family contribution and any financial aid), by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.4-APercentage of undergraduates who have remaining need after receiving financial aid (price of attendance minus the expected family contribution and any financial aid), by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.4-BAverage amount of remaining financial need (price of attendance minus the expected family contribution and any financial aid), among undergraduates with financial need after receiving financial aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.4-BStandard errors for table 4.4-B: Average amount of remaining financial need (price of attendance minus the expected family contribution and any financial aid), among undergraduates with financial need after receiving financial aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.5-APercentage of undergraduates with financial need who received any financial aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.5-AStandard errors for table 4.5-A: Percentage of undergraduates with financial need who received any financial aid, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4.5-BAverage amount of financial aid received by undergraduates who had financial need, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S4.5-BStandard errors for table 4.5-B: Average amount of financial aid received by undergraduates who had financial need, by type of institution and selected student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 5.1-APercentage distribution of undergraduates, by dependency status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S5.1-AStandard errors for table 5.1-A: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by dependency status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 5.1-BPercentage distribution of undergraduates, by dependency status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S5.1-BStandard errors for table 5.1-B: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by attendance status and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 5.1-CPercentage distribution of undergraduates, by student housing and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S5.1-CStandard errors for table 5.1-C: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by student housing and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 5.2-APercentage distribution of undergraduates, by race/ethnicity and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S5.2-AStandard errors for table 5.2-A: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by race/ethnicity and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 5.2-BPercentage distribution of undergraduates, by gender, citizenship, and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S5.2-BStandard errors for table 5.2-B: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by gender, citizenship, and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 5.3Percentage distribution of dependent undergraduates, by parents’ income and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S5.3Standard errors for table 5.3: Percentage distribution of dependent undergraduates, by parents’ income and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 5.4Percentage distribution of independent undergraduates, by students’ income and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S5.4Standard errors for table 5.4: Percentage distribution of independent undergraduates, by students’ income and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 5.5Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by type of institution and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table S5.5Standard errors for table 5.5: Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by type of institution and selected institutional and student characteristics: 2007–08
    • Glossary
  • 2009201: Undergraduate Financial Aid Estimates by Type of Institution in 2007–08
    • Full PDF PDF File (264KB)
    • Introduction
    • Individual Tables
      • Table 1Average tuition and fees, average total price of attendance, and percentage of undergraduates receiving any aid, any grants, or any student loans and average amounts received, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 2Percentage of undergraduates receiving grants from federal, state, institutional, or other sources and average amounts received, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 3Percentage distribution of undergraduates receiving various types of financial aid packages, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 4Average total amount of financial aid that undergraduates received in various types of financial aid packages, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 5Average tuition and fees, average total price of attendance, and percentage of undergraduates in public 4-year institutions receiving any aid, any grants, or any student loans and average amounts received, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 6Percentage of undergraduates in public 4-year institutions receiving grants from federal, state, institutional, or other sources and average amounts received, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 7Percentage distribution of undergraduates in public 4-year institutions receiving various types of financial aid packages, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 8Average total amount of financial aid that undergraduates in public 4-year institutions received in various types of financial aid packages, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 9Average tuition and fees, average total price of attendance, and percentage of undergraduates in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions receiving any aid, any grants, or any student loans and average amounts received, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 10Percentage of undergraduates in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions receiving grants from federal, state, institutional, or other sources, and average amounts received, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 11Percentage distribution of undergraduates in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions receiving various types of financial aid packages, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 12Average total amount of financial aid that undergraduates in private not-for-profit 4-year institutions received in various types of financial aid packages, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 13Average tuition and fees, average total price of attendance, and percentage of undergraduates in public 2-year institutions receiving any aid, any grants, or any student loans and average amounts received, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 14Percentage of undergraduates in public 2-year institutions receiving grants from federal, state, institutional, or other sources and average amounts received, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 15Percentage distribution of undergraduates in public 2-year institutions receiving various types of financial aid packages, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 16Average total amount of financial aid that undergraduates in public 2-year institutions received in various types of financial aid packages, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 17Average tuition and fees, average total price of attendance, and percentage of undergraduates in private for-profit institutions receiving any aid, any grants, or any student loans and average amounts received, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 18Percentage of undergraduates in private for-profit institutions receiving grants from federal, state, institutional, or other sources and average amounts received, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 19Percentage distribution of undergraduates in private for-profit institutions receiving various types of financial aid packages, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table 20Average total amount of financial aid that undergraduates in private for-profit institutions received in various types of financial aid packages, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table A-1Percentage distribution of undergraduates attending various types of institutions, by student characteristics: 2007–08
      • Table A-2Percentage distribution of undergraduates by student characteristics, within type of institution: 2007–08
    • Glossary
    • Technical Notes
  • 2009182: A Profile of Military Servicemembers and Veterans Enrolled in Postsecondary Education in 2007–08
    • Full PDF PDF File (308KB)
    • Introduction
    • Individual Tables
      • Table 1Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by military status and receipt of veterans’ educational benefits
      • Table 2Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by military status, receipt of veterans’ education benefits, dependency status, and selected demographic characteristics
      • Table 3Percentage distribution of undergraduates, by military status, receipt of veterans’ education benefits, dependency status, and selected enrollment characteristics
      • Table 4Percentage of first-time beginning undergraduates, by military status, dependency status, and selected considerations in and reasons for attending their institutions
      • Table 5Percentage receiving financial aid and average amount received among undergraduates attending public 2-year institutions, by military status, dependency status, institution type, and type of aid
    • Glossary
    • Technical Notes
  • Trends in Net Price
    • Full PDF PDF File (150KB)
    • Individual Tables
      • Table 1: Average total price, net price after grants, and out-of-pocket net price in constant (2007) dollars among undergraduates enrolled full timefor a full academic year in one institution
      • Table S1: Standard errors: Average total price, net price after grants, and out-of-pocket net price in constant (2007) dollars among undergraduates enrolled full time for a full academic year in one institution, by type of institution attended and family income level among dependent students: 1999–2000, 2003–04, and 2007–08

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