Gudvangen on the Realities of Financial Aid

David PesciDecember 22, 20111min
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The Chronicle of Higher Education continues it’s monthly check-in with John Gudvangen, director of financial aid, and finds him and current students discussing the process and intent behind financial aid awards. Perspectives and suppositions on both sides are explored, and Gudvangen comes away with a possible survey idea that may help him refine his efforts.