Student Financial Aid 2014-15
Institution: Colorado School of Mines (126775)
User ID: P1267751
Overview
IPEDS Student Financial Aid Component Overview
Public Academic Reporters
Welcome to the Student Financial Aid (SFA) component. The purpose of the SFA component is to collect information
about financial aid provided to various groups of undergraduate students and military/veteran educational benefits for
all students at your institution.
Changes to This Year’s SFA Component


New questions on military/veteran/eligible dependent students receiving benefits have been
added. Total number and amount will be asked for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Please work with your institutional representative who certifies such benefits. They may not be
associated with the student financial aid office.


Data Reporting Reminders

Undergraduate Student Groups
You will be asked to report information for different groups of students.

Group 1: All undergraduate students

Group 2: Of Group 1, full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking students

Group 3: Of Group 2, students who paid the in-state/in-district tuition rate and were awarded
any grant/scholarship aid from the federal government, state/local government, or the
institution

Group 4: Of Group 2, students who paid the in-state/in-district tuition rate and were awarded
any Title IV federal student aid
COA Revisions
Revisions to Cost of Attendance used to calculate the net price of attendance can be made in this component.
Consult the instructions and screens to make sure you are reporting the correct aid amounts for the correct groups of
students.

College Affordability and Transparency Lists

Net price amounts calculated in SFA will be used to populate the Department’s College Affordability and Transparency
lists.
Interactive Edits and Error Messages
SFA contains interactive edits that will check for blank fields, invalid values, or values that fall outside expected
ranges. Some error messages will require you to confirm or explain the values that you entered. Some error
messages are fatal and will require you to contact the IPEDS Help Desk at 1-877-225-2568 for resolution.
Context Boxes
You will find optional text boxes throughout SFA. Context boxes allow you to provide more information about the data
you enter. Some of these context boxes may be made available to the public on College Navigator, so make sure that
the information you enter can be understood easily by students, parents, and the general public.
Resources

To download the survey materials for this component: Survey Materials
To access your prior year data submission for this component: Reported Data



Institution: Colorado School of Mines (126775)
User ID: P1267751
Section 1: Part A
Part A - Establish Your Groups
Part A establishes the number of students in various groups. Note that the numbers on this screen will be carried
forward to other parts of the Student Financial Aid component.
In the fields below, report the number of students in each of the following groups.

Fall
YOUR
2013 PRIOR YEAR
DATA
Fall 2012
01 Group 1
4,291
4,156
All undergraduate students
02 Group 2
954
949
Of those in Group 1, those who are full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking

02a Of those in Group 2, those who were awarded any Federal Work Study, loans to
843
829
students, or grant or scholarship aid from the federal government, state/local
government, the institution, or other sources known to the institution

02b Of those in Group 2, those who were awarded any loans to students or grant or
807
780
scholarship aid from the federal government, state/local government, or the institution
03 Group 3
371
370
Of those in Group 2, those who paid the in-state or in-district tuition rate and were awarded
grant or scholarship aid from the federal government, state/local government, or the institution
04 Group 4
277
345
Of those in Group 2, those who paid the in-state or in-district tuition rate and were awarded
any Title IV federal student aid

Institution: Colorado School of Mines (126775)
User ID: P1267751
Section 1: Part B
Part B - Enter Information About Group 1
Part B includes information about Group 1. Group 1 students are all undergraduate students enrolled in Fall 2013.
For this part, report:
For These Students
The Following Type(s) of Aid
Awarded in This Period

All undergraduate students

Grant or scholarship aid

Any time during academic
enrolled in Fall 2013
from the federal
year 2013-14
government

Grant or scholarship aid
from state/local
government

Grant or scholarship aid
from the institution

Grant or scholarship aid
from other sources known
to the institution

Loans to students from the
federal government
In the fields below, report the number of Group 1 students and the total amount of aid awarded to these
students for each type of aid.

Information from Part A:
Fall 2013
Group 1
4,291
All undergraduate students
(This number is carried forward from Part A, Line 01.)

Aid Type
2013-14
Number of
Percentage of
Total amount of
Average amount
Group 1
Group 1 students
aid awarded to
of aid awarded
students who
who were awarded Group 1 students
to Group 1
were awarded
aid
students
aid
01 Grant or scholarship aid from the
2,885
67
26,364,340
9,138
federal government, state/local
government, the institution, and other
sources known to the institution
02 Pell grants
737
17
2,990,957
4,058
03 Federal student loans
1,950
45
13,856,113
7,106
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Institution: Colorado School of Mines (126775)
User ID: P1267751
Section 1: Part C, Page 1
Part C, Page 1 - Enter Information about Group 2
Part C includes information about Group 2. Group 2 students are all full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking
undergraduate students enrolled in Fall 2013.

In the fields below, report the number of Group 2 students paying in-district, in-state, and out-of-state tuition
rates. If your institution does not offer different rates, report all students as paying in-state tuition rates.

Information from Part A:
Fall 2013
Group 2
954
Full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking
undergraduates
(This number is carried forward from Part A, Line 02)
Group 2 students:

YOUR PRIOR YEAR
DATA
Fall 2013
Fall 2012
Number of Group
Percentage of
Percentage of
2 students
Group 2 students
Group 2 students
01 01a paying in-district tuition rates
0
0
0

01b paying in-state tuition rates
536
56
60

01c paying out-of-state tuition rates
417
44
40

01d Unknown (calculated value)
1
0
0
This value is calculated using the following
formula: [A02-(C01a+C01b+C01c)]


Institution: Colorado School of Mines (126775)
User ID: P1267751
Section 1: Part C, Page 2
Part C, Page 2 - Enter Information about Group 2
Part C includes financial aid information about Group 2. Group 2 students are all full-time, first-time degree/certificate-
seeking undergraduate students enrolled in Fall 2013.
For this part, report:

For These Students
The Following Type(s) of Aid
Awarded in This Period

Full-time, first-time degree/certificate-

Grant or scholarship

Any time during
seeking undergraduate students
aid from the federal
academic year
enrolled in Fall 2013
government
2013-14

Grant or scholarship

For program
aid from state/local
reporters, this is
government
the aid year

Grant or scholarship
period from July
aid from the
1, 2013 through
institution
June 30, 2014.

Loans to students
from the federal
government and from
other sources,
including private or
other loans

Do not include grant
or scholarship aid
from private or other
sources

Do not include PLUS
loans or loans made
to anyone other than
the student
In the fields below, report the number of Group 2 students and the total amount of aid awarded to these
students for each type of aid. Enter unduplicated student counts within a category (e.g., Pell grants). However,
a student can appear in more than one aid category.

Information from Part A:
Fall 2013
Group 2
954
Full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduates
(This number is carried forward from Part A, Line 02)
Group 2a
843
Of those in Group 2, those who were awarded any Federal Work Study,
loans to students, or grant or scholarship aid from the federal
government, state/local government, the institution, or other sources
known to the institution
(This number is carried forward from Part A, Line 02a)
Group 2b
807
Of those in Group 2, those who were awarded any loans to students or
grant or scholarship aid from the federal government, state/local
government, or the institution
(This number is carried forward from Part A, Line 02b)
Group 3
371
Of those in Group 2, those who were awarded grant or scholarship aid
from the federal government, state/local government, or the institution
Aid Type

YOUR PRIOR
YEAR DATA
Fall 2013
Fall 2012
Number of
Percentage of
Total amount
Average
Average
Group 2
Group 2
of aid
amount of aid amount of aid
students who students who
awarded to
awarded to
awarded to
were
were awarded
Group 2
Group 2
Group 2
awarded aid
aid
students
students
students
01 Grants or scholarships from the
735
77 6,659,578
9,061
8,791
federal government, state/local
government, or the institution

02 Federal grants
134
14 561,105
4,187
4,281


02a
Pell grants
134
14
531,605
3,967
4,080


02b
Other federal grants
8
1
29,500
3,688
2,705


03 State/local government grants or
100
10 152,000
1,520
1,779
scholarships
(grants/scholarships/waivers)

04 Institutional grants or scholarships
729
76 5,946,473
8,157
7,540
(scholarships/fellowships)
05 Loans to students
415
44 3,466,443
8,353
7,624


05a
Federal loans
403
42
2,283,711
5,667
5,577


05b
Other loans (including
85
9
1,182,732
13,914
15,070
private loans)
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above.


Institution: Colorado School of Mines (126775)
User ID: P1267751
Section 1: Comparison Chart
Comparison Chart
Based on the information reported on the previous screens for Group 1 (all undergraduates) and Group 2 (full-time, first-
time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduates), this comparison chart seeks to help institutions check their reported
data. Assuming that the information on Groups 1 and 2 are correct, then the calculated fields for ‘All Other
Undergraduates’ should be the balance (Group 1 minus Group 2). If the balance does not check with your institution’s
calculations, please correct your reported numbers for Groups 1 and 2 before moving forward with the completion of the
SFA survey component.
Note: Data for the 'All Other Undergraduates' will appear in the IPEDS Data Center for data users, but not in College
Navigator.


Number of
Pell grants
Federal Student Loans
students
01 Group 1 (all undergraduates)
4,291


02 Number of students who were awarded

737
1,950
aid
03 Percentage who were awarded aid

17
45
04 Total amount of aid awarded

2,990,957
13,856,113
05 Average amount of aid awarded

4,058
7,106
06 Group 2 (Full-time first-time
954


undergraduates)
07 Number of students who were awarded

134
403
aid
08 Percentage who were awarded aid

14
42
09 Total amount of aid awarded

531,605
2,283,711
10 Average amount of aid awarded

3,967
5,667
11 All other undergraduates
3,337


(Line 01 - Line 06)
12 Number of students who were awarded

603
1,547
aid
(Line 02 - Line 07)
13 Percentage who were awarded aid

18
46
(Line 12 / Line 11)
14 Total amount of aid awarded

2,459,352
11,572,402
(Line 04 - Line 09)
15 Average amount of aid awarded

4,079
7,481
(Line 14 / Line 12)

Institution: Colorado School of Mines (126775)
User ID: P1267751
Section 1: Cost of Attendance
Cost of attendance for full-time, first-time undergraduate students:
Please enter the amounts requested below. These data will be made available to the public on College Navigator. If
your institution participates in any Title IV programs (Pell, Stafford, etc.), you must complete all information. Estimates of
expenses for books and supplies, room and board, and other expenses are those from the Cost of Attendance report
used by the financial aid office in determining financial need. Please talk to your financial aid office to get these
numbers, to ensure that you are reporting correctly.
These numbers are carried forward from Institutional Characteristics and should only be changed if an error was made
in the reporting.
Charges for full academic year
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Published tuition and required fees:
In-district




Tuition
12,584
13,590
14,400

Required fees
1,869
2,064
2,085

Tuition + fees total
14,453
15,654
16,485
In-state




Tuition
12,584
13,590
14,400

Required fees
1,869
2,064
2,085

Tuition + fees total
14,453
15,654
16,485
Out-of-state




Tuition
27,270
28,620
30,330

Required fees
1,869
2,064
2,085

Tuition + fees total
29,139
30,684
32,415




Books and supplies
1,500
1,500
1,500
On-campus:
Room and board
8,995
9,922
10,103
Other expenses
1,800
2,425
2,515
Room and board and other expenses
10,795
12,347
12,618
Off-campus (not with family):
Room and board

8,901
8,982
Other expenses

2,565
2,610
Room and board and other expenses
0
11,466
11,592
Off-campus (with family):
Other expenses

2,500
2,500

Institution: Colorado School of Mines (126775)
User ID: P1267751
Section 1: Part D
Part D - Enter Information about Group 3
Part D includes financial aid information about Group 3. Group 3 students are all full-time, first-time degree/certificate-
seeking undergraduate students enrolled in Fall 2013 who paid the in-state or in-district tuition rate and were awarded
grant or scholarship aid from the following sources: the federal government, state/local government, or the institution.
The information you report in this part will be used in Part F to calculate average institutional net price.
For this part report:
For These Students
The Following Type(s) of Aid
Awarded in This
Period

Full-time, first-time

Grant or scholarship aid from the

Any time
degree/certificate-seeking
federal government
during
undergraduate students

Grant or scholarship aid from
academic
enrolled in Fall 2013 who paid
state/local government
year 2013-14
the in-state or in-district tuition

Grant or scholarship aid from the
rate and were awarded grant or
institution
scholarship aid from the

Do not include grant or scholarship
following sources: the federal
aid from private or other sources
government, state/local
government, or the institution

Do not include students who
were awarded only grant or
scholarship aid from private or
other sources, or students who
were awarded only non-grant
aid
In the fields below, report the number of Group 3 students with each type of living arrangement and the total
amount of grant or scholarship aid from the federal government, state/local government, or the institution
awarded to these students.

Information from Part A:
YOUR
YOUR
2013-2014
PRIOR
PRIOR
YEAR
YEAR
DATA
DATA
2011-2012 2012-2013
Group 3
343
370
371
Full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students who paid
the in-state or in-district tuition rate and were awarded grant or scholarship aid
from the following sources: the federal government, state/local government, or the
institution
(This number is carried forward from Part A, Line 03)
01
Report the number of Group 3 students with the following
YOUR
YOUR

living arrangements:
PRIOR
PRIOR
YEAR
YEAR
DATA
DATA
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

01a
On-campus
301
311
330

01b
Off-campus (with family)
14
12
9

01c
Off-campus (not with family)
5
5
2

01d
Unknown (calculated)
23
42
30
This value is calculated using the
following formula: [A03-
(D01a+D01b+D01c)]
02
Report the total amount of grant or scholarship aid from
1,635,456 1,985,975 1,926,376
the federal government, state/local government, or the
institution awarded to Group 3 students
03
Average grant or scholarship aid from the federal government,
4,768
5,368
5,192
state/local government, or the institution awarded to Group 3
students (calculated value).
This value is calculated using the following formula: [D02/A03]
You may use the space below to provide context for the data you've reported above.


Institution: Colorado School of Mines (126775)
User ID: P1267751
Section 1: Part E
Part E – Enter Information about Group 4
Part E includes financial aid information about Group 4. Group 4 students are all full-time, first-time degree/certificate-
seeking undergraduate students enrolled in Fall 2013 who paid the in-state or in-district tuition rate and were awarded
any Title IV federal student aid, including federal grants or federal student loans. The information you report in this part
will be used in Part G to calculate average institutional net price by income level.
For this part, report:
For These Students
The Following Type(s) of Aid
Awarded in This Period

Full-time, first-time

Grant or scholarship aid from:

Any time during
degree/certificate-seeking

federal government
academic year 2013-14
undergraduate students

state/local government
enrolled in Fall 2013 who

institution
paid the in-state or in-

Do not include:
district tuition rate and

were awarded any Title
grant or scholarship aid
IV federal student aid
from private or other
sources

loan amounts

Federal Work Study
amounts
In the fields below, report the number of Group 4 students with each type of living arrangement and the total
amount of grant or scholarship aid from the federal government, state/local government, or the institution
awarded to these students by income level.

Information from Part A:
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Group 4
310
345
277
Full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate
students who paid the in-state or in-district tuition rate and were
awarded any Title IV federal student aid
(This number is carried forward from Part A, Line 04)
01
Report the number of Group 4 students with
YOUR PRIOR
YOUR PRIOR

the following living arrangements:
YEAR DATA
YEAR DATA
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

01a
On-campus
290
327
262

01b
Off-campus (with family)
15
14
12

01c
Off-campus (not with family)
5
4
3

01d
Unknown (calculated)
0
0
0
This value is calculated using
the formula: [A04-
(E01a+E01b+E01c)]

Number of
Of those in
Of those in
Average amount
students
Column 1, the
Column 1, the
of grant or
who were
number who
total amount of scholarship aid
awarded
were awarded
grant or
awarded to
any Title
any grant or
scholarship aid
Group 4
IV aid
scholarship aid
awarded from
students from
(Group 4)
from the
the following
the following
following
sources: the
sources: the
sources: the
federal
federal
federal
government,
government,
government,
state/local
state/local
state/local
government, or government, or
government, or
the institution
the institution
the institution

2011-12

Col. 1
Col. 2
Col. 3
Col. 4
02
Income level

02a
$0-30,000
45
44
344,647
7,659

02b
$30,001-48,000
38
38
255,460
6,723

02c
$48,001-75,000
62
50
222,873
3,595

02d
$75,001-110,000
70
43
138,293
1,976

02e
$110,001 and
95
47
174,194
1,834
more

02f
Total all income
310
222
1,135,467
3,663
levels

2012-13

Col. 1
Col. 2
Col. 3
Col. 4
03
Income level


03a
$0-30,000
50
50
456,265
9,125

03b
$30,001-48,000
49
46
408,424
8,335

03c
$48,001-75,000
65
53
242,352
3,728

03d
$75,001-110,000
68
37
117,514
1,728

03e
$110,001 and
113
52
193,854
1,716
more

03f
Total all income
345
238
1,418,409
4,111
levels

2013-14

Col. 1
Col. 2
Col. 3
Col. 4
04
Income level

04a
$0-30,000
31
31
279,145
9,005

04b
$30,001-48,000
35
35
286,641
8,190

04c
$48,001-75,000
50
44
261,398
5,228

04d
$75,001-110,000
69
48
200,390
2,904

04e
$110,001 and
92
52
184,935
2,010
more

04f
Total all income
277
210
1,212,509
4,377
levels
You may use the space below to provide context for the data you've reported above.


Institution: Colorado School of Mines (126775)
User ID: P1267751
Section 1: Part F
Part F – Net Price Calculation for Group 3
The following net price calculation is based on information that your institution reported in the Institutional
Characteristics component and the Student Financial Aid component. For more information about the data your
institution reported in the Institutional Characteristics component, please contact your institution’s IPEDS Keyholder.

YOUR PRIOR
YOUR PRIOR
2013-14
YEAR DATA
YEAR DATA
2011-12
2012-13

Components of cost of attendance


01 Published tuition and required fees (lower of in-district or in
14,453
15,654
16,485
-state)
02 Books and supplies
1,500
1,500
1,500
03 Room and board and other expenses by living


arrangement

03a
On-campus
10,795
12,347
12,618

03b
Off-campus (with

2,500
2,500
family)

03c
Off-campus (not with
0
11,466
11,592
family)
04 Number of Group 3 students by living arrangement



04a
On-campus
301
311
330

04b
Off-campus (with
14
12
9
family)

04c
Off-campus (not with
5
5
2
family)

04d
Unknown
23
42
30
05 Weighted average for room and board and other
10,795
11,973
12,345
expenses by living arrangement (excluding unknown
values)
See instructions for the formula for this calculation
06 Total cost of attendance
26,748
29,127
30,330
This value is calculated using the following formula:
[F01+F02+F05]
07 Average amount of grant or scholarship aid awarded
4,768
5,368
5,192
to Group 3 students from the following sources: the
federal government, state/local government, and the
institution
08 Average institutional net price for Group 3 students
21,980
23,759
25,138
This value is calculated using the following formula: [F06-
F07]
As required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, these amounts will be posted on the U.S. Department of
Education’s College Navigator website and used in the U.S. Department of Education’s College Affordability and
Transparency Lists.
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Institution: Colorado School of Mines (126775)
User ID: P1267751
Section 1: Part G
Part G – Net Price Calculation for Group 4
The following net price calculation is based on information that your institution reported in the Institutional
Characteristics component and the Student Financial Aid component. For more information about the data your
institution reported in the Institutional Characteristics component, please contact your institution’s IPEDS Keyholder.

YOUR PRIOR
YOUR PRIOR
2013-14
YEAR DATA
YEAR DATA
2011-12
2012-13

Components of cost of attendance


01 Published tuition and required fees (lower of in-district or in-
14,453
15,654
16,485
state)
02 Books and supplies
1,500
1,500
1,500
03 Room and board and other expenses by living


arrangement

03a
On-campus
10,795
12,347
12,618

03b
Off-campus (with family)

2,500
2,500

03c
Off-campus (not with family)
0
11,466
11,592
04 Number of Group 4 students by living arrangement



04a
On-campus
290
327
262

04b
Off-campus (with family)
15
14
12

04c
Off-campus (not with family)
5
4
3

04d
Unknown
0
0
0
05 Weighted average for room and board and other
10,795
11,937
12,169
expenses by living arrangement (excluding unknown
values)
See instructions for the formula for this calculation
06 Total cost of attendance by income level
26,748
29,091
30,154
This value is calculated using the following formula:
[G01+G02+G05]
07 Average amount of grant or scholarship aid awarded to
3,663
4,111
4,377
Group 4 students from the following sources: the federal
government, state/local government, and the institution

07a
$0-30,000
7,659
9,125
9,005

07b
$30,001-48,000
6,723
8,335
8,190

07c
$48,001-75,000
3,595
3,728
5,228

07d
$75,001-110,000
1,976
1,728
2,904

07e
$110,001 and more
1,834
1,716
2,010
08 Average institutional net price for Group 4 students



This value is calculated using the following formula: [G06-G07]

08a
$0-30,000
19,089
19,966
21,149

08b
$30,001-48,000
20,025
20,756
21,964

08c
$48,001-75,000
23,153
25,363
24,926

08d
$75,001-110,000
24,772
27,363
27,250

08e
$110,001 and more
24,914
27,375
28,144
As required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, these amounts will be posted on the U.S. Department of
Education’s College Navigator website.
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Institution: Colorado School of Mines (126775)
User ID: P1267751
Section 2: Military Servicemembers and Veteran's Benefits
Section 2: Military Servicemembers and Veteran's Benefits
IMPORTANT NOTE: Report for July 1, 2013-June 30, 2014


Report the total number of student recipients and the total dollar amounts for each program.

Student recipients can also include eligible spouse or dependents.

Consult with your campus certifying official, who may not be in the student financial aid office.

For Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits, do not include the matching institutional aid provided through the
Yellow Ribbon Program if your school participated.

Information reported to IPEDS is only what is known to the institution. Do not report benefits
that were not awarded/certified through the institution.

Enter zero (0) if your institution did not have beneficiaries for that student level or program.
Please do not leave a cell blank.
Type of benefit/assistance
Number of students
Total dollar amount of
receiving benefits/assistance
benefits/assistance awarded
through the institution
Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits
Undergraduate students
99
1,388,312
Graduate students
13
141,957
Total
112
1,530,269

Department of Defense Tuition Assistance Program
Undergraduate students
4
11,993
Graduate students
2
5,120
Total
6
17,113


Institution: Colorado School of Mines (126775)
User ID: P1267751
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SFA Contact
HR Contact








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Name: Jill Robertson


Email: jirobert@mines.edu


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Institution: Colorado School of Mines (126775)
User ID: P1267751
Summary
IPEDS Student Financial Aid (SFA) Survey Summary
IPEDS collects important information regarding your institution. All data reported in IPEDS
survey components become available in the IPEDS Data Center and appear as aggregated data
in various Department of Education reports. Additionally, some of the reported data appears
specifically for your institution through the College Navigator website and is included in your
institution’s Data Feedback Report (DFR). The purpose of this summary is to provide you an
opportunity to view some of the data that, when accepted through the IPEDS quality control
process, will appear on the College Navigator website and/or your DFR. College Navigator is
updated approximately three months after the data collection period closes and Data Feedback
Reports will be available through the Data Center and sent to your institution’s CEO in
November 2015.
Please review your data for accuracy. If you have questions about the data displayed below
after reviewing the data reported on the survey screens, please contact the IPEDS Help Desk at:
1-877-225-2568 or ipedshelp@rti.org.
Total grant aid received by all undergraduate students
$26,364,340
Number of undergraduate students who received a Pell Grant
737
Percentage of FTFT students receiving any financial aid
88%


Percentage of FTFT
Average amount of
students receiving grant grant aid received by
aid by type
type
Total
77%
$9,061
Federal Government
14%
$4,187
Pell
14%
$3,967
Other Federal
1%
$3,688
State/Local Government
10%
$1,520
Institutional
76%
$8,157


Percentage of FTFT
Average amount of
students receiving loans loans received by type
by type
Total
44%
$8,353
Federal
42%
$5,667
Non-federal
9%
$13,914

Average net price for FTFT students who receive grant aid
$25,138
Average net price for FTFT students who receive Title IV federal student

aid
$0 – 30,000
$21,149
$30,001 – 48,000
$21,964
$48,001 – 75,000
$24,926
$75,001 – 110,000
$27,250
$110,001 and more
$28,144
Military Servicemembers and Veteran's Benefits

Number of
Total dollar
students receiving
amount of
benefits/assistance benefits/assistance
awarded through
the institution
Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Undergraduate students
99
$1,388,312

Graduate students
13
$141,957

Total
112
$1,530,269
Department of Defense Tuition Assistance Program

Undergraduate students
4
$11,993

Graduate students
2
$5,120


Total
6
$17,113

Institution: Colorado School of Mines (126775)
User ID: P1267751
Edit Report
Student Financial Aid
Colorado School of Mines (126775)
Source
Description
Severity
Resolved
Options
Screen: Part C, Page 2 - Enter Information about Group 2
Screen
The average amount of this type of aid awarded to Group 2
Explanation
Yes

Entry
students is outside the expected range of between 2,164 and
3,246 when compared with the prior year value. Please check
the number of students and the total amount of aid awarded to
these students, and correct or explain the discrepant values.
(Error #7147)
Reason: "Other Grant Aid" that is received is a small portion of our federal aid and awarded as need of our students is
determined. The group of students awarded each year can fluctuate depending on timing of when this other grant aid is
awarded.