Self-Help Aid

Self-Help Aid

Loans, grants, or scholarships that a post-secondary educational institution (as opposed to the federal government or some other party) awards a student as part of a financial aid package. See also: FAFSA.
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Exploring this new self-help aid, brainwave entrainment, has never been easier or as inexpensive.
Self-help aid consists of loans and work-study (the so-called sweat equity).
Under this practice, the colleges commit to cover the fully demonstrated financial need of the students using various kinds of aid--grant aid and self-help aid (loans and work study).
These changes, along with states' promotion of merit aid programs, have forced low-income students to rely increasingly on self-help aid that offers less affordability and access to college.
Once you have been diagnosed and treated for thyroid problems, reflexology can be a useful self-help aid.
This assistance can come in the form of grants or self-help aid.
Colleges choosing NPCs by Student Aid Services are going beyond the NPC regulation's minimum and calculating self-help aid such as work-study, military aid, federal education loans and institutional scholarships.
Once you've been diagnosed and treated for thyroid problems, reflexology can be a useful self-help aid to ease the symptoms.
Attending local support groups and utilizing self-help aids and tools prove to be two ways to obtain caregiver support.
Unmet needs were reported for these children in all areas of life functioning, with the greatest need categories being use of computers, specialized vehicles, building accessibility, visual aids, and self-help aids.
Accurately documenting the many business processes that are part of an enterprise software implementation is crucial to establishing a base from which companies can develop other supporting documents -- from testing scripts and user training guides to on-the-job tutorials and other self-help aids.