NASSGAP

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NASSGAPNational Association of State Student Grant and Aid Programs
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(1.) Between 2002-2003 and 2012-2013, the share of undergraduate grant aid from states that was not need based increased by 2 percentage points, from 23% to 25% (NASSGAP 2014).
In 2003-2004, Kansas provided about $15.9 million dollars in grant aid (NASSGAP, 2006).
For example, in Florida and Georgia about two-thirds of all state grant aid is awarded based only on merit, compared with none of the state grant aid awarded in Pennsylvania, 8% of the grant aid in California, and 6% of the grant aid in Maryland (NASSGAP, 2005).
Census Bureau, and the annual National Association of State Student Grant & Aid Programs (NASSGAP) Survey.
State grant aid is relatively more plentiful in Georgia (third highest among the 50 states in state grants per 18-24-year-old population) and relatively less plentiful in Maryland (30th of 50 states) (NASSGAP, 2005).
Information in this report is based on academic year 2007-08 data from the 39th annual National Association of State Student Grant and Aid Programs (NASSGAP) survey.
(Contains 1 footnote, 252 figures, and 100 tables.) [This project was also completed by the National Association of State Student Grant and Aid Programs (NASSGAP).
(Contains 24 tables and 6 figures.) [This project was also conducted by the National Association of State Student Grant Aid Programs (NASSGAP).