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Finance
Types and Sources of Financial Aid
(for Academic Year 2001-02)

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Types of Financial Aid

Undergraduate
 
All Students
Type
Amount
  Type
Amount

Loans
$96,568,647
  Loans
$113,952,656
Scholarships*
$12,639,665
  Scholarships*
$14,059,067
Grants & Awards
$48,668,593
  Grants & Awards
$57,896,150
Work Study
$1,497,114
  Work Study
$1,514,739
Other Employment
$13,004,218
  Other Employment
$72,400,431
Fee remissions
$9,935,090
  Fee remissions
$29,121,013
Total
$182,313,327
  Total
$288,944,056

*Includes Indiana Resident Top Scholar

Sources of Financial Aid

Undergraduate
 
All Students
Type
Amount
  Type
Amount

Federal
$109,504,512
  Federal
$126,075,043
Institutional*
$31,876,738
  Institutional*
$60,612,957
State
$11,616,912
  State
$11,720,415
Other Employment
$13,004,218
  Other Employment
$72,400,431
Private
$16,310,947
  Private
$18,135,210
Total
$182,313,327
  Total
$288,944,056

*Includes Indiana Resident Top Scholar

 

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