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SHOW ME THE RECORDS: UM System student financial aid data

Monday, October 1, 2012 | 12:01 a.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — Most government records are open to the public at no charge. These records give citizens the opportunity to find out what's going on, how their elected officials are spending tax dollars, how the various departments within a governmental entity work and other valuable information needed to make strong decisions for the future. Each week, the Missourian highlights a government record that is available to the public.

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The records: The University of Missouri System's Institutional Research and Planning department records data for how much and what kind of financial aid UM students are receiving.

Why you’d want them: To examine the details of what types of financial aid students are receiving and how much aid is being awarded by the UM System.

Where you get the records: Go to www.umsystem.edu/ums/fa/planning/ and scroll down to "Students" heading. Click the second-to-last link, titled "Student Financial Aid Awarded by Source and Type," to download a Microsoft Excel file containing data for each UM campus.

How much it will cost: The information is free.


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