Cost of Attendance


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Cost of Attendance

The amount of money one must spend to study at a post-secondary educational institution for a year while maintaining himself/herself. The cost of attendance includes tuition, room and board, and books. The cost of attendance may be paid directly or it may be borrowed and repaid over time.
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with the cost of attendance remedied the violation; the Act did not
Providing cost of attendance, especially in regard to those student-athletes who come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds, would also reduce the stress of obtaining necessities while increasing the amount of time student-athletes could spend at school.
One example: For $40, Rockies fans can buy "Powertickets" that include $10 in credits toward food and drinks, effectively reducing the net cost of attendance by up to 20 percent.
The cost of the courses would be determined by the liquor authority and cost of attendance would be paid by the licensee of the establishment seeking the insurance premium reduction.
The exact amount and duration of the scholarships vary by student, based on the cost of attendance and length of the graduate program, as well as other scholarships or grants the student has received.
Primarily determined by need, financial aid packages are calculated by subtracting the EFC and other non-federal aid from the school's Cost of Attendance (Figure 1), which, according to the U.S.
The board agreed to set up a grant program that would help attorneys who are in need of financial assistance to defray the $135 cost of attendance.
It was the graciousness of all these donors that made it possible to provide students with a beneficial program of events and helped ease the cost of attendance.
1.221-1(e)(2) defines QHEEs as the cost of attendance, including tuition and fees, room and board, books, supplies, transportation and miscellaneous student expenses.
55, which would benchmark a new GI Bill benefit to the average cost of attendance for commuter students at public schools, comes closest to VFW's vision of a new GI Bill.
All of the major distributors with a prior understanding of the characteristics of these countries made sales on the spot, and 40 percent of those surveyed by DISCOP claimed that they had reimbursed their cost of attendance by the end of the first day.