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How Low Income Undergraduates Financed Postsecondary Education:1992-93


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  1. Percentage distribution of undergraduates according to income status, by selected student and institutional characteristics: 1992-93
  2. Percentage distribution of undergraduates according to dependency status, age, and marital status, by income and dependency status: 1992-93
  3. Percentage distribution of undergraduates according to selected student and institutional characteristics, by income and dependency status: 1992-93
    3 Continued
  4. Percentage of undergraduates who rated various reasons for selecting the institution attended as very important, by income group and dependency status: 1989-90
  5. Percentage distribution of undergraduates according to local residence, by institution type and income group: 1992-93
  6. Average tuition for undergraduates attending full time, full year, by type of institution and income group: 1992-93
  7. Average cost, budget, expected family contribution, financial need, and percentage with need for low income undergraduates attending full time, full year, by dependency status and type of institution: 1992-93
  8. Percentage of low income undergraduates attending full time, full year who received various types of financial aid and the average amounts received by aided students, by dependency status and type of institution: 1992-93
  9. Percentage of low income undergraduates attending full time, full year who received financial aid from various sources and the average amounts received by aided students, by dependency status and type of institution: 1992-93
  10. Percentage of low income undergraduates attending full time, full year who received various types of grants and the average amounts received by aided students, by dependency status and type of institution: 1992-93
  11. Percentage of low income undergraduates attending full time, full year who obtained various types of loans and the average amounts borrowed by students who borrowed, by dependency status and type of institution: 1992-93
  12. Mean aid ratios for low income undergraduates attending full time, full year, by dependency status and type of institution: 1992-93
  13. Mean net cost, EFC, need, and unmet need for low income undergraduates attending full time, full year, by dependency status and type of institution: 1992-93
  14. Percentage distribution of low income undergraduates attending full time, full year according to Stafford Loan status, by selected financial characteristics: 1992-93
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  15. Percentage of low income undergraduates attending full time, full year who had various sources of support and average amounts received by supported students, by selected student characteristics: 1992-93
    15 Continued
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  16. Percentage of non low income undergraduates attending full time, full year who had various sources of support and average amounts received by supported students, by selected student characteristics: 1992-93
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  17. Percentage distribution of 1989-90 first-time beginners seeking any degree according to enrollment status in 1994, by income group in 1989-90
  18. Percentage distribution of 1989-90 first-time beginners seeking a bachelor s degree according to enrollment status in 1994, by income group in 1989-90
  19. Percentage of 1989-90 beginning postsecondary students who had either attained a degree or who were still enrolled as of spring 1994, and the adjusted percentage after taking into account the covariation of the variables listed in the table
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B1 Standard errors for table 8: Percentage of low income undergraduates attending full time, full year who received various types of financial aid and the average amounts received by aided students, by dependency status and type of institution: 1992-93



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