The 1988 College Money Handbook: The Only Complete Guide to Scholarships, College Costs, and Financial Aid
A full account of costs and financial aid at more than 1,700 accredited four-year colleges in the United States offers an overview of the financial aid process, a glossary, cost and aid profiles, and more than one hundred directories
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12 recipients 1986 full-time freshmen Academic Interests/Achievement Awards Admission application deadline AFSA/SAR required Aid FAF Applying for Aid Athletic Awards Athletic Grants directory Available Accelerated degree Average amount received Average percent Awards Academic Interests/Achievement Awards Summary Need-based Chief Financial Aid College room College Work-Study college-administered sources Comprehensive fee Creative Arts/Performance Awards Director of Financial fall 1986 full-time Financial Aid Officer Financial Awards Summary Freshman Aid Profile Freshman Awards Academic freshman job requires gift aid hours per week includes tuition Independent/religious Coed Awards loans from external low-interest long-term loans majors Total enrollment mandatory fees Money-Saving Options Available Need-Based Freshman Aid Non-Need Freshman Awards Options Available Accelerated part-time jobs percent of need Priority application deadline Profile Of fall requires 10 hours room and board scholarship aid awarded self-help SEOG Special Achievement/Activities Awards Special Characteristics Awards Summary Need-based scholarships Total scholarship aid Typical freshman job Undergraduate Athletic Grants Undergraduate Financial Awards undergraduate majors Total