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The dataset shows the total number of FAFSAs submitted by award year. FAFSA Data by Post secondary School indicates the number of FAFSAs that were sent to each school and FAFSA Data by State show the number of applications by state of legal residence.
The office of Federal Student Aid delivers aid to students through loan, grant, and work-studyprograms. These reports provide recipient and volume data by program for each school participating in the Title IV programs.Data Source: eCampus-Based SystemData Run Date: The footer of each report includes the date of the query that produced the report.Data Refresh Schedule:The report will be updated annually to include the actual recipient information and dollars disbursed by program as reported by each school. Field NameDefinitionOPE IDAn 8-digit code identifying the school at its main branchSchoolThe name of the school associated with the OPE IDStateThe state in which the main campus is locatedZip CodeThe zip code of the main campusSchool TypeIndicates the control or ownership of the schoolRecipientsThe count of unique recipients as reported by the school$ Federal AwardThe federal contribution to each Campus-Based program by schoolDisbursementsThe sum of actual disbursements as reported by the school
The U.S. Department of Education releases official cohort default rates once per year. The FY 2015 official cohort default rates were delivered to both domestic and foreign schools on September 24, 2018
300—FY 2015, FY 2014, and FY 2013 official cohort default rates published for schools participating in the Title IV student financial assistance programs.
The Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act is designed to make prospective students aware of a schools's commitment to providing equitable athletic opportunities for its men and women students. Any co-educational institution of higher education that participates in a federal student aid program must prepare an EADA report by October 15. Institutions must also report data to the U.S. Department of Education via this online survey. This is a mandatory survey.
The office of Federal Student Aid is responsible for directly managing or overseeing an outstanding federal student loan portfolio comprised of billions of dollars in Title IV loans and representing millions of borrowers. This federal student loan portfolio includes Direct Loans, Federal Family Education Loans (FFEL), and Perkins Loans with outstanding balances.
Data is run at the end of each month listed by federal fiscal year. Each federal fiscal year begins October 1 and ends September 30. Q1 ends 12/31, Q2 ends 3/31, Q3 ends 6/30, and Q4 ends 9/30.
Financial Responsibility Composite Scores, 2016
* Fiscal Year Ending Cycle is from July 1st of previous year to June 30th of current year.
* Example: Fiscal Years Ending Between 7/1/2015 and 6/30/2016 is taken as FY 2016 value
* Section 498(c) of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, requires for-profit and non-profit institutions to annually submit audited financial statements to the Department to demonstrate they are maintaining the standards of financial responsibility necessary to participate in the Title IV programs. One of many standards, which the Department utilizes to gauge the financial responsibility of an institution, is a composite of three ratios derived from an institution's audited financial statements. The three ratios are a primary reserve ratio, an equity ratio, and a net income ratio. These ratios gauge the fundamental elements of the financial health of an institution, not the educational quality of an institution.
Foreign Gift and Contract
Section 117 of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended, requires certain institutions that participate in the Title IV student assistance programs to submit to the Secretary disclosure reports containing information about gifts received from any foreign source, contracts with a foreign entity, and any ownership interests in or control over the institution by a foreign entity.
Specifically, all Title IV domestic institutions that offer a bachelor's degree or higher, or that offer a transfer program of not less than two years that is acceptable for credit toward a bachelor's degree, are required to report foreign gifts if the total of all gifts have a value of $250,000 or more for a calendar year or if the institution is owned or controlled by a foreign source.
The office of Federal Student Aid delivers aid to students through loan, grant, and work-study programs. The data set contains all reports which provide recipient and volume data by program for each school participating in the program.
Number of schools, students, and teachers in regular schools with membership for the 100 largest cities in the United States
Note: Cities listed by 2010-11 student membership size, descending. City name is based on specific location of school and United States Post Office assigned city designations. Membership is the count of students enrolled on October 1 of the reported school year. Analysis includes only regular schools with membership greater than zero. Data include all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Operating schools include all those providing services during the reported school year. New schools are schools opened for the first time within the school year reported. Continuing operations schools include schools that provided services in the prior school year.
Counts of students and teachers for closed schools are for the prior school year. For example, counts of students for schools closed in school year 2000–01 are based on enrollments for these schools in school year 1999–2000.
Membership is the count of students enrolled on October 1 of the reported school year. Analysis includes only regular schools with membership greater than zero. Data include all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Worcester, MA, New Haven–Milford, CT, and Springfield, MA Metro Areas became metropolitan statistical areas in 2006–07. North Port–Bradenton–Sarasota, FL Metro Area became a metropolitan statistical area in 2010–11. Data for prior years are not available.
Source: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), "Public Elementary/Secondary School Universe Survey," 2001–02, Version 1a; 2002–03, Version 1a; 2003–04, Version 1a; 2004–05, Version 1b; 2005–06, Version 1a; 2006–07, Version 1c; 2007–08, Version 1b; 2008–09, Version 1b; 2009–10, Version Provisional 2a; and 2010–11, Version Provisional 2a.
Section 487(d)(4) of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended, requires the Secretary to annually submit a report to Congress containing information regarding the amount and percentage of each proprietary institution's revenues from Title IV sources and non-Title IV sources as provided by the institution in its audited financial statements. The reports are sent to the Chairmen and Ranking Members of the corresponding House and Senate authorizing committees. Below, you can access the 90/10 transmittal letters, summary charts and reports for institutions with fiscal years ending in the corresponding award year.
The College Scorecard project is designed to increase transparency, putting the power in the hands of
students and families to compare how well individual postsecondary institutions are preparing their
students to be successful. This project provides data to help students and families compare college costs
and outcomes as they weigh the tradeoffs of different colleges, accounting for their own needs and
A number of the elements produced in this data set provide basic descriptive information about the school in various categories.
HCM2: Schools that are on Heightened Cash Monitoring 2 by the Department of Education.
Rate suppressed for less than four year-150percent: Completion rate for first-time, full-time students at less-than-four-year institutions (150% of expected time to completion) , pooled in two-year rolling averages and suppressed for small n size
Rate suppressed for four year: Completion rate for first-time, full-time students at four-year institutions (150% of expected time to completion) , pooled in two-year rolling averages and suppressed for small n size.
N/A: Data provided as NULL
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The interest rate for federal student loans in the US varies depending on the loan type and (for most types of federal student loans) the first disbursement date of the loan. The dataset provides interest rates for Direct Subsidized Loans, Direct Unsubsidized Loans, and Direct PLUS Loans.
Title IV Program Volume Reports - Award Year Summaries
Data was calculated using the 2016-2017 FSA Data Center loan and grant files (run July 2018). These files will be updated each quarter to account for late disbursements and adjustments. This also excludes Campus-Based Programs (Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants, Perkins Loans, and Federal Work-Study).
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