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Title: New and Improved IPEDS Financial Aid and Finance Data and Analysis Tools for Student Aid Researchers


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New and Improved IPEDS Financial Aid and Finance
Data and Analysis Tools for Student Aid
Researchers
  • Craig W. Bowen
  • Postsecondary Institutional Studies Program
    National Center for Education Statistics 1990 K
    Street, NW Room 8134 Washington, DC 20006
    Craig.Bowen_at_ed.gov
  •  

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Overview
  • Recent and coming changes to the IPEDS student
    financial aid component
  • The new IPEDS Data Tool for accessing
    institutional data related to financial aid and
    finance
  • Other changes due to the Higher Education
    Opportunity Act (HEOA)

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • Financial Aid Data Collected in IPEDS Prior to
    This Year
  • Was very limited
  • For full-time first-time degree/certificate
    seeking students
  • Included number of students receiving aid and
    average amount of aid for these categories
  • Any aid
  • Federal grants
  • State/local grants
  • Institutional grants
  • Loans

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • New Financial Aid Data Collected in 2008-09 and
    2009-10
  • NCES wanted to disaggregate some aid categories
    (break out Pell from other federal grants break
    out loans from federal loans)
  • Initially introduced these changes as optional
    for 2008-09
  • HEOA passed which caused us to have to make
    themplus other additionsmandatory in 2008-09
  • HEOA also caused us to collect more financial aid
    data for 2009-10 in order to report net prices

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • Groups of Interest in 2008-09
  • All undergraduates (New group)
  • All full-time first-time degree/certificate-seekin
    g undergraduate students
  • Data Availability for 2008-09 Collection Data
  • Data will be available on Data Center at the
    public level around Spring 2010

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • Additions in 2008-09
  • All undergraduates
  • Total grant aid dollars received by all
    undergraduate students, from the federal
    government, a state or local government, the
    institution, and other sources known by the
    institution (New)
  • Total number of all students who received a Pell
    grant (New)

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • Additions in 2008-09
  • Full-time first-time degree/certificate-seeking
    undergraduate students
  • Number of students receiving aid and average
    amount of aid for these categories
  • Any grants (New)
  • Federal grants
  • Pell grants (New)
  • Other federal grants (New)
  • State/local government grants
  • Institutional grants

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • Additions in 2008-09
  • Full-time first-time degree/certificate-seeking
    undergraduate students
  • Number of students receiving aid and average
    amount of aid for these categories
  • Loans to students
  • Federal loans (New)
  • Other loans (New)

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • Clarification in 2008-09
  • Throughout these instructions the word received
    refers to aid that was awarded to, and accepted
    by, a student. This amount may differ from the
    aid that is disbursed to a student. For example,
    a student may accept aid that was awarded by the
    institution but then leave the institution prior
    to the aid being disbursed. In this case, because
    the student accepted the aid, please include this
    aid to the student in your report, even though
    the amount of aid was NOT actually disbursed to
    the student.

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • Several Items Will Be Added to IPEDS SFA for
    2009-10
  • Needed to calculate institutional net price for
    reporting on College Navigator and net price by
    income categories, as directed by HEOA

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • Timeline for Net Price on College Navigator
  • By July 1, 2010
  • Three years of average net price
  • One year of net price data for Title IV aid
    recipients disaggregated by income
  • By July 1, 2013
  • Three years of net price data for Title IV aid
    recipients disaggregated by income

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • Groups of Interest in 2009-10
  • All undergraduates
  • All full-time first-time degree/certificate-seekin
    g undergraduate students
  • Full-time first-time degree/certificate-seeking
    undergraduate students receiving grant aid (New
    subgroup)
  • Full-time first-time degree/certificate-seeking
    undergraduate students receiving Title IV aid
    (New subgroup)
  • Data Availability for 2009-10 Collection Data
  • Data will be available on Data Center around
    Spring 2011

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • Additions in 2009-10
  • All undergraduates
  • Collecting total amounts awarded for each aid
    category rather than average amounts as with the
    2008-09 collection

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • Additions in 2009-10
  • Full-time first-time degree/certificate-seeking
    undergraduate students
  • Collecting total amounts awarded for each aid
    category rather than average amounts as with the
    2008-09 collection

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • Additions in 2009-10
  • Full-time first-time degree/certificate-seeking
    undergraduate students receiving grant aid
  • Of these students, what are their living
    arrangements?
  • On-campus, Off-campus with family, Off-campus not
    with family
  • For the three prior academic years
  • 2008-09, 2007-08, 2006-07

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • Additions in 2009-10
  • Full-time first-time degree/certificate-seeking
    undergraduate students receiving Title IV aid
  • Of these students, what are their living
    arrangements?
  • On-campus, Off-campus with family, Off-campus not
    with family
  • For the most recent academic year (2008-09)

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • Additions in 2009-10
  • Full-time first-time degree/certificate-seeking
    undergraduate students receiving Title IV aid
  • Number of students receiving any grant aid and
    total grant aid received by these students for
    these income categories
  • 0-30,000
  • 30,001-48,000
  • 48,001-75,000
  • 75,001-110,000
  • 110,001 and more
  • For the most recent academic year (2008-09)

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IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey Component
Changes
  • Data Availability
  • All data elements collected through IPEDS
    reporting will be available though the Data Center

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IPEDS Data Center
  • The new IPEDS Data Tool for accessing
    institutional data related to financial aid and
    finance

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IPEDS Data Center
  • Brief tour of the Data Center
  • Example Data Access

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IPEDS Data Center
  • Example.
  • Compare the price of attendance for out-of-state
    full-time first-time students living on campus at
    public Masters colleges and universities. (This
    example uses the Mid-East region and charges for
    the 2006-07 academic year.).

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IPEDS Data Center Live Example
  • Example.
  • Create a custom dataset that includes pricing
    data from the Institutional Characteristics
    component and financial aid data from the Student
    Financial Aid component for all 4-year
    institutions for the last 3 years of available
    data.

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New and Improved IPEDS Financial Aid and Finance
Data and Analysis Tools for Student Aid
Researchers
  • Craig W. Bowen
  • Postsecondary Institutional Studies Program
    National Center for Education Statistics 1990 K
    Street, NW Room 8134 Washington, DC 20006
    Craig.Bowen_at_ed.gov
  •  

41
Other IPEDS Changes Due to HEOA
  • Other changes due to the Higher Education
    Opportunity Act (HEOA)

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Other IPEDS Changes Due to HEOA
  • Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (PL
    110-315)
  • Signed into law August 14, 2008
  • Has several provisions that mandate new reporting
    requirements (e.g., consumer info being reported
    for College Navigator through IPEDS, multi-year
    tuition calculator on Navigator)
  • Also has many new disclosure requirements (e.g.,
    employment placement rates, graduation rates by
    federal aid categories, net price calculator)
    that institutions should be aware of but are not
    IPEDS

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Other IPEDS Changes Due to HEOA
  • Reporting changes
  • There are many new items that NCES must report on
    the College Navigator website, which requires
    some additions to IPEDS
  • The A to Z consumer information list
  • Net Price Data
  • College Affordability Lists
  • Multi-year Tuition Calculator
  • State Higher Education Spending Charts

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Other IPEDS Changes Due to HEOA
  • Timeline
  • 8/14/09
  • Consumer information items
  • Multi-year tuition calculator
  • State spending chart (State-level information)
  • 7/1/10
  • 3 yrs of average net price
  • 1 yr of average net price disaggregated by income

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Other IPEDS Changes Due to HEOA
  • Timeline
  • 7/1/11
  • College Affordability Lists (Sector-level
    information)
  • 7/1/13
  • 3 yrs of average net price disaggregated by income

46
Other IPEDS Changes Due to HEOA
  • Consumer Info Already in IPEDS
  • Mission statement
  • Admissions data
  • Pricing data
  • Completions/top areas of study
  • Enrollment data by status, level, gender, R/E
    transfer-in data
  • Residency/migration data
  • Retention rates
  • Graduation rates

47
Other IPEDS Changes Due to HEOA
  • Consumer Info to be Added in IPEDS
  • Alternative tuition plans offered
  • Student-to-faculty ratio
  • Student financial aid
  • Total grant aid award to all undergrads
  • Total of all students who received Pell grant
  • Students with disabilities
  • 100, 150, 200 graduation rates

48
Other IPEDS Changes Due to HEOA
  • College Affordability Lists
  • NCES must post to College Navigator by 7/1/11
  • 6 lists for each of 9 sectors

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Other IPEDS Changes Due to HEOA
  • Multi-year Tuition Calculator
  • NCES must post to College Navigator by 8/14/09
  • Will allow users to calculate estimated tuition
    and fees for normal duration of a program at an
    institution
  • Will use price of attendance data from IC
  • Will determine estimated annual change based on
    most recent 3 yrs of data
  • Will take into account guaranteed tuition plans

50
Other IPEDS Changes Due to HEOA
  • State Higher Education Spending Charts
  • NCES must post to College Navigator goal date
    August 2009
  • For each state for each of the 5 most recent
    preceding academic years change in
  • (1) spending per FTE student at all public
    institutions
  • (2) tuition and fees for such students for all
    public institutions and
  • (3) the total amount of need-based aid and
    merit-based aid provided by such State to FT
    students enrolled in public institutions

NCES plans to use exiting IPEDS data no
additions to IPEDS
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New and Improved IPEDS Financial Aid and Finance
Data and Analysis Tools for Student Aid
Researchers
  • Craig W. Bowen
  • Postsecondary Institutional Studies Program
    National Center for Education Statistics 1990 K
    Street, NW Room 8134 Washington, DC 20006
    Craig.Bowen_at_ed.gov
  •  
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