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Higher Education: Veteran Students Received Similar Amounts of Title IV Aid as Non-veterans but More Total Aid with GI Benefits
In FY 2007, the Dept. of Educ. provided $82 billio

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By George A. Scott (au)
Year: 2008
Pages: 36
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437906680

In FY 2007, the Dept. of Educ. provided $82 billion in financial aid to 11 million students and their families. Vets also may be eligible for fed. financial aid from the VA. VA awarded about $2 billion in education benefits to more than 300,000 vet students in FY 2007. In 2002, it was reported that vet students were awarded similar amounts of Title IV aid as non-vet students, and vetsí total fed. aid was greater when Chapter 30 GI benefits were included. This report determines: (1) how the amount of Title IV financial aid awarded to vet students compares with that awarded to non-vet students; (2) how colleges and univ. allocate Title IV financial aid among vet and non-vet students; and (3) how fed. agencies and colleges and univ. provide info. to vets on financial aid. Illus.

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