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Abstract

Historically, colleges and universities have lacked models for systematically assessing the impact of their financial aid strategies on the enrollment decisions of admitted applicants. This study tests a model for assessing the impact of aid offers on enrollment decisions. The analysis demonstrates that: 1) financial aid strategies have a substantial influence on enrollment; and 2) the systematic analysis of student enrollment decisions can help institutional administrators refine their financing decisions.

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