New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 15, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas
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While college costs, like everything else, keep going up annually, the amount of financial aid available to foot the bills has also increased dramatically in the past few years. Today there is more than $14 billion in financial aid available from federal, state, institutional and private sources.
Financial aid comes in different forms: grants and scholarships, which don’t
have to be repaid; loans, which generally carry a low interest rate and are repaid after students graduate or leave school; and em
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money to help pay their way.
Most students receive a combination or “package” made up of all three types of aid put together by the college financial aid office. In most cases, colleges, federal and state programs, and private
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agencies ask families to fill out a financial need analysis form, such as the Financial Aid Form, to determine a student’s eligibility for financial aid.
By analyzing the FAF. national services such as the College Scholarship Service of the College Board give colleges an estimate of how much a student and his family can afford to pay based on the family’s financial situation. Forms are available in school guidance offices, college aid offices, and public libraries.
The federal government is the largest single source of financial aid. The Basic Educational Opportunity Grant Program gives grants directly to students to use at the college of their choice. In 1979-80 full-time students could have received as much as $1,800; an average grant was about $1,050.
To apply for a basic grant, students should file the appropriate financial aid form available from high school guidance offices, college aid offices and public libraries, or from Basic Educational Opportunity Grant Program, P.O. Box 84, Washington, D.C. 20044.
Guaranteed Student Loans may be obtained from banks, savings and loan associations, credit unions and, in some cases, colleges. The federal government will pay the interest on such loans until nine months after students leave school.
Most colleges administer several federally funded programs, including:
The Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Program, which provides grants of up to $1,500 per year for students who can prove need.
The College Work-Study Program, which provides jobs for students with need, usually about IO to 15 hours per week. Employment is usually on campus.
The National Direct Student Loan Program, which makes loans to students with demonstrated need. Students make no repayments while enrolled. Repayment at 3 percent interest begins nine
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Other federal aid programs are designed to assist students entering certain occupational fields, such as engineering or public service.
Most colleges also administer their own scholarships, grants, loan and work programs. Students really don’t have to know all the sources at a college the financial aid administrator will put the package together.
Almost all of the 50 suites sponsor some financial aid programs, and most award aid on the basis of need. Eligibility requirements and procedures vary considerably so students should ask their guidance counselors or college aid officer about state programs or write directly to the state student aul agency.
Some states, like New Jersey which operates the fourth largest aid program in the country and awarded $33 million in grants last year, even provide toll-free financial aid information hot lines.
There are also thousands of special student assistance programs - public and private, local and national, large and small — that offer scholarships, grants and loans to students.
Two useful sources of information about financial aid programs are:
“Meeting College Costs,” a free booklet available from high school guidance counselors which outlines the financial aid process, funds available from various sources, and eligibility for those funds. Prepared by the College Board, it has worksheets to help families estimate how much they might have to pay toward the college and their eligibility for financial aid.
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The following are Billboard’s hot record hits for the week ending August 23 as they appear in next week’s issue of Billboard magazine.
1. “Magic" Olivia Newton-John I MCA)
2. “Sailing” Christopher Cross (Warner Bros.)
3. “Take Your Time” S O S. Band(Tabu)
4. “Emotional Rescue” Rolling Stones (Rolling Stones)
5. “Upside Down” Diana Ross (Motown)
6. “It’s Still Rock And Roll To Me” Billy Joel (Columbia)
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