Describes what is known from prior research about the impact of student financial aid program design, operations, and marketing on the formation of family (including parents' and children's) college-going aspirations, expectations, and plans, and the resulting college-going behaviors of potential students. The review focuses on the experiences of lower-income, minority, and potential first-generation college students.
Perna, Laura W.
"A Gap in the Literature: The Influence of the Design, Operations, and Marketing of Student Aid Programs on College-Going Plans and Behaviors,"
Journal of Student Financial Aid: Vol. 35
, Article 1.
Available at: https://ir.library.louisville.edu/jsfa/vol35/iss1/1