Peterson's College Money Handbook, 1997

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Peterson's, Sep 15, 1996 - College costs - 726 pages
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The biggest source of college money is the colleges themselves, and The College Money Handbook is the book to turn to for finding out how much money each college awards its students every year.

With details on all need-based and non-need-based programs at over 1,600 colleges and universities, this comprehensive guide makes estimating and comparing college costs easy. College Money Handbook:
-- Explains the financial aid application process each step of the way
-- Pinpoints schools that offer scholarships for sports, academic ability, special talents, civic service, ethnic or religious background, and more
-- Shows cost comparisons with its unique "Out-of-Pocket Costs" chart that shows what students actually pay on average after aid is factored in

Free-bound in Windows/Mac disk, Access Advisor, helps families estimate how much they can expect to pay at each college and compare loan options and payment plans.

"One of the best guidebooks for families who want to compare financial aid alternatives..". -- Smart Money

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Contents

The Financial Aid System
1
The largest source of college financial aid is the federal government accounting
15
FRESHMANYEAR COSTS REDUCING THE STICKER PRICE
54
Copyright

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Foreword is by Sandra Reed, Former Dean of Graduate Studies at Savannah College of Art and Design. Reed grew up in Iowa. She received a full scholarship to attend Drake University, where she received her B.F.A. in painting and drawing. She earned the M.F.A. in painting from The George Washington University as the first Morris Louis Fellow in Painting. She taught at academic institution's Resident Associate Program, prior to moving to Savannah in 1993 to teach at the Savannah College Art and Design. She lives with her husband, John Spurlock, a painter and printmaker, in Savannah, Georgia.

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