Institutions vying to enroll more low-income students may want to consider implementing financial aid policies shown to entice Pell Grant recipients, according to “Institutional Variation in Enrollment of Low-Income Students: The Role of Prices, Financial Aid Policies and Selectivity,” a new report released by the Cornell Higher Education Research Institute.
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