Financial Aid Database. Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Background 2004 Noel-Levitz analysis of financial aid data and enrollment management practices 2005 Recommendations submitted to State Regents. Financial Aid Database.
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2004 Noel-Levitz analysis of financial aid data and enrollment management practices
2005 Recommendations submitted to State Regents
#24 “recommend that all Oklahoma institutions whose students are eligible to receive state-funded assistance…submit unit (student) level reporting...From these data OSRHE could determine allocation levels for the OTAG awards and perform research on the usage, interaction, and effectiveness of state programs...
…Moreover, individual institutions would benefit from this process by having a database appropriate for conducting research on the impact of aid on student enrollment behavior at their campus.”
2. OSRHE will collect financial aid data to supplement existing unit record student data collected in the OSRHE Unitized Data System (UDS).
4. Data will be collected as needed from the 31 Oklahoma public higher education institutions and related entities with development to include an option to add other Oklahoma institutions.
State Regents support
Public and Private
What is the average net cost of attendance? Do these levels appear to be manageable to students with known income information?
How are federal financial aid programs interacting with state funds such as OTAG, Oklahoma’s Promise and institutional financial aid/tuition waiver programs in meeting students’ financial needs?
What is the level of unmet need for students by
institutional sector, student need level, academic preparation, or race/ethnicity?
Howdoes the level of financial assistance provided
impact student persistence?
Are poorer students borrowing larger amounts than their richer counterparts?
March 12 Advisory Committee meeting
April 13-14 Institution meetings
April 24 UDS data submitted
May 13 Finalize code tables
June 10 Institution data submitted
August 1 Data finalized
Oct. 20-21 Review findings and files
October 22 Report to State Regents
Vice Chancellor for Educational Partnerships