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Federal Student Aid Awarded, by State and Congressional District


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2013-14

The federal student aid programs make college possible for millions of students nationwide.

NAICU analyzed the most recently available U.S. Education Department data in late fall 2013 to determine the distribution of federal student aid in every area of the United States. NAICU has calculated the number of awards and total dollar amounts, broken out by Pell Grants, campus-based programs (Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants, Federal Work-Study, and Perkins Loans), and federal loans.

Click on a state link below to go to overall state numbers and data by congressional district. Data are for students at all institutions of higher education (public, private nonprofit, for-profit; four-year, two-year, and less than two-year) that participate in the federal student aid programs.

Alabama 
 
Alaska 
 
Arizona 
 
Arkansas 
 
California 
 
Colorado 
 
Connecticut 
 
Delaware

District of Columbia

Florida 
 
Georgia 
 
Hawaii 
 
Idaho 
 
Illinois 
 
Indiana 
 
Iowa 
 
Kansas 
 
Kentucky 
 
Louisiana 
 
Maine 
 
Maryland 
 
Massachusetts 
 
Michigan 
 
Minnesota 
 
Mississippi 
 
Missouri 
 
Montana 
 
Nebraska 
 
Nevada 
 
New Hampshire 
 
New Jersey 
 
New Mexico 
 
New York 
 
North Carolina 
 
North Dakota 
 
Ohio 
 
Oklahoma 
 
Oregon 
 
Pennsylvania

Puerto Rico
 
Rhode Island 
 
South Carolina 
 
South Dakota 
 
Tennessee 
 
Texas 
 
Utah 
 
Vermont 
 
Virginia 
 
Washington 
 
West Virginia 
 
Wisconsin 
 
Wyoming 

If citing data from these reports, please cite the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities as the source. 

To refer others to this page, you may use its smart URL: www.naicu.edu/studentaidsheets