Association Of American Universities


Association Of American Universities
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1200 New York Ave NW
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 408-7500
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This weeks @aascu newsletter is out! Click to read news from our member institutions.
Excellence and Innovation AASCU is accepting submissions for its 2017 awards program designed to honor the achievements of our members. Learn more

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"Barmak Nassirian, director of federal relations and policy analysis at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, said taking Pell from first-year students gets the issue 'upside down' when most scholarly and policy discussions have begun to focus on front-loading grants."
Republican congressman’s suggestion during hearing stuns aid experts. Many also object to his claim that students spend their federal aid on “goodies and electronics.”

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