Don’t Let Your Reality Check Bounce! What Parents and Students Need to Know About Saving and Financial Aid for College A Presentation of the Indiana Student Financial Aid Association Careers of the Future Increasingly high-skilled, information-based. More diverse, smaller workforce.
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What Parents and Students Need to Know
About Saving and Financial Aid for College
A Presentation of the Indiana Student
Financial Aid Association
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Data is from an analysis by the Employment Policy Foundation of data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The complete press release is available at http://www.epf.org/media/newsreleases/2001/nr20011219.htm
Example of budget for Indiana resident, living on campus at a public college:
9-month academic year
Books/supplies $ 790
Transportation $ 750
Personal expense $1,643
Call 1-866-400-7526 for enrollment kit.
ICPAC Career & Education Hotline 1-800-992-2076 http://icpac.indiana
Indiana funding for higher education:
Allows access to FastWeb and other scholarship databases