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financial aid in College topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfinancial aidfiˌnancial ˈaid noun [uncountable] American English  SECmoney given or lent to students at college or university to pay for their education
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financial aidHis officials threatened to withhold future financial aid, or even to freeze existing programmes.The company chose Wrexham partly because of the generous financial aid available.The Guild receives financial aid from the Council, and relies heavily on the enthusiasm and dedication of its members.More than 55 percent are receiving financial aid.Today the mean yearly income of families of students receiving financial aid, she believes, is approximately $ 36,000.Students must contact the community college's financial aid office for an application.The new program comes as students are finalizing their financial aid packages for the upcoming school year.