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  • 1. Michelle S. Computer 9 June 21, 2011
  • 2.
    • Secures one’s educational future.
    • Does not deprive any person from a rightful education.
    • Can give a great opportunity to students who are not able to pay.
  • 3.
    • Federal Government
      • Pell grants
      • Subsidized and unsubsidized Stafford loans
      • PLUS loans
    • State Government
    • Campus-based program
      • Certain amount of money is given to colleges to use for financial aid. It’s good to turn in forms correctly and on-time so you get more money out of it.
    • Private Scholarship
  • 4.
    • Salary for professors may decrease.
    • People argue where essentially all the money comes from.
    • Students that are able to afford the University’s tuition may second guess their decision to enter that certain University/College.
  • 5.
    • Kentucky
      • Berea College
      • Alice Lloyd College
    • New York
      • Webb Institute
      • CUNY Teacher Academy
      • US Academies
    • Missouri
      • College of the Ozarks
    • Philadelphia
      • Curtis Institute of Music
    • Washington
      • State of Washington Universities
    • Massachusetts
      • Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering
    • Online
      • University of the People
  • 6.
    • Financial aid and scholarship are good opportunities for students trying to receive education, even though they are unable to pay the University’s expensive tuition.
    • Student aid comes in various forms from the federal and state government, as well as campus-based programs and through private scholarship
    • Some think that it is not fair for others to get a free education while the rest pay.
    • There are many “free colleges” located across the US.
  • 7.
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    • Clark, Kim. &quot;Financial Aid Applications Jump 17 Percent - On Education (usnews.com).&quot; US News & World Report | News & Rankings | Best Colleges, Best Hospitals, and More . 11 Aug. 2008. Web. 17 June 2011. <http://www.usnews.com/education/blogs/on-education/2008/08/11/financial-aid-applications-jump-17-percent>.
    • Federal Governemtn. Wikimedia Commons (Public Domain) . Digital image. Encyclopedia.com . HighBeamTM Research, Inc., 2003. Web. 22 June 2011. <http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/federal_government.aspx>.
    • &quot;Federal Student Aid Annual Report 2010.&quot; Federal Student Aid - Information on Grants, Student Loans, Scholarships and Other Financial Aid . US Department of Education. Web. 21 June 2011. <http://federalstudentaid.ed.gov>.
    • Pargeter, KJ. Clipart Illustration of a Red Increase or Decrease Line Over A Bar Graph Made Of Gold Coins, Over White . Digital image. ClipartOf . Web. 22 June 2011. <http://www.clipartof.com/>.
    • Program, Degree. &quot;10 Colleges and Universities with $0 Tuition.&quot; Your Guide to a High School Diploma or GED, College Degrees & Diplomas, and Career Research for after Graduation . July 2009. Web. 17 June 2011. <http://diplomaguide.com/articles/10_Colleges_and_Universities_with_0_Tuition.html>.
    • VanHorn, Stephen. Map with Red Push Pin Marking Destination . Digital image. 123RF . Web. 22 June 2011. <http://www.123rf.com/photo_2649179_map-with-red-push-pin-marking-destination.html>.