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Economic Diversity Among Selective Colleges: Measuring the Enrollment Impact of “No-Loan” Programs

Published Aug 2012
ihep
focus area Affordability & Need-Based Aid

Examines the effect of financial aid policies on the attendance of low-income students at highly selective postsecondary institutions

The brief, Economic Diversity Among Selective Colleges: Measuring the Enrollment Impact of “No-Loan” Programs, asks and answers the following research questions: What can highly selective U.S. colleges and institutions do to increase attendance of high-achieving low-income students? And why does it matter that they do?