For the majority of college students, financial aid is of utmost importance. The higher the percentage of students who can qualify for financial aid, the more attractive the school may be.
The financial aid data below is generated from the College Navigator database (http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/) provided by the Institute of Education Sciences, a division of the US Department of Education. The figures in the “Percentage of Students Receiving Financial Aid” column are the percentage of undergraduate students who receive financial aid. Based on 2010 data.
|Rank||College||Percentage of Students Receiving Financial Aid|
|2||North Central University||99%|
|6||Liberty University Online||98%|
|7||Colorado Technical University||96%|
|8||Upper Iowa University||96%|
|10||Salem International University||95%|
|11||Nova Southeastern University||94%|
|15||Grand Canyon University||91%|
|18||Western Governors University||80%|
|22||Jones International University||71%|
|23||Western International University||68%|
|25||University of Phoenix||40%|
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For more information regarding these rankings, we invite you to consult the in-depth documentation on our ranking methodology. Disclaimer: Many online colleges are not included in above rankings due to lack of publicly available data.