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Title: Published College Prices: How fast are they rising?


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  • Published College Prices How fast are they
    rising?

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Average Annual Percentage Increases in
Inflation-Adjusted Published Prices by Decade,
1980-81 to 2010-11
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in College
    Pricing 2010, Figure 4.

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Mean and Median State Appropriations for Higher
Education per 1,000 in Personal Income, 1989-90
to 2009-10
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in College
    Pricing 2010, Figure 11A.

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  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in College
    Pricing 2010, Table 1A.

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Distribution of Full-Time Undergraduates at
Four-Year Institutions by Published Tuition and
Fees, 2010-11
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in College
    Pricing 2010, Figure 2.

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Total Fall Enrollment in Degree-Granting
Institutions, by Sector, 20002009
Part-Time
Full-Time
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in College
    Pricing 2010, Figure 17A and Figure 17B.

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  • Grant Aid

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Federal, Institutional, Private and Employer, and
State Grant Dollars, 1999-2000 to 2009-10 in
Constant 2009 Dollars
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in Student Aid
    2010, Figure 3.

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Total Pell Expenditures (in Billions), Maximum
and Average Pell Grant (Constant 2009 Dollars, in
Thousands), and Number of Recipients (in
Millions), 1976-77 to 2009-10
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in Student Aid
    2010, Figure 13A.

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Institutional Grant Aid Public Four-Year
Colleges and Universities 1999-2000, 2004-05,
and 2009-10 in Constant 2009 Dollars
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in Student Aid
    2010, Figure 17A.

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  • Net Prices How much do students pay?

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Published Tuition and Fees, Net Tuition and Fees,
and Room and Board in Constant 2010 Dollars,
Full-Time Undergraduate Students, 1995-96,
2000-01, 2005-06 and 2010-11
  • Note Financial aid values for 2010-11 are
    estimated based on earlier years.
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in College
    Pricing 2010, Figure 7.

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Net Price Public Four-Year Colleges and
Universities, Full-Time Students by State
Residency, Dependency Status, and Family Income,
2007-08
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in College
    Pricing 2010, Figure 8A.

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  • Loans and Other Student Aid

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Undergraduate Student Aid by Source (in
Billions), 2009-10
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in Student Aid
    2010, Figure 2A.

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Stafford, PLUS, and Nonfederal Loan Dollars
1999-2000 to 2009-10 in Constant 2009 Dollars
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in Student Aid
    2010, Figure 4.

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Percentage of Undergraduate Students Borrowing
Federal Stafford Loans 1999-2000, 2004-05, and
2009-10
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in Student Aid
    2010, Figure 6.

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  • The Student / Family
  • Perspective

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Average Estimated Undergraduate Budgets, 2010-11
(Enrollment-Weighted)
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in College
    Pricing 2010, Figure 1.

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Average Student Debt per Borrower and Average
Student Debt per Graduate Public Four-Year
Bachelors Degree Recipients 1999-2000 to 2008-09
(in Constant 2009 dollars)
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in Student Aid
    2010, Figure 10A.

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Average Student Debt per Borrower and Average
Student Debt per Graduate Private Nonprofit
Four-Year Bachelors Degree Recipients 1999-2000
to 2008-09 (in Constant 2009 dollars)
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in Student Aid
    2010, Figure 10B.

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Median Debt Levels of 2007-08 Bachelors Degree
Recipients Who Borrowed and Percentage with
Debt by Dependency Status, Family Income, and
Type of Institution
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in Student Aid
    2010, Figure 9.

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Percentage Growth in Mean Family Income by
Quintile in Constant 2009 Dollars, 19791989,
19891999, and 19992009
  • SOURCE The College Board, Trends in College
    Pricing 2010, Figure 16A.

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For More Information Sandy Baum sbaum_at_skidmore.
edu Jennifer Ma jma_at_collegeboard.org Kathleen
Payea kpayea_at_collegeboard.org
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