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COA

(Certificate Of Authenticity) A document that accompanies software which states that it is an original package from the manufacturer. It generally includes a seal with a difficult-to-copy emblem such as a holographic image.
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average cost of attendance (sticker price minus average grant) for in-state students receiving need-based aid is $11,900.
At CWU, where the annual cost of attendance is a relatively modest $15,000, the number of alternative Loans certified went from nine (among 8,500 students) in 2001 for a total of $61,000, to 169 in 2003 for a total of nearly $1 million.
The aid awarded depends on the institution's cost of attendance, the availability of funds and the family financial information provided on the federal financial aid application known as the FAFSA (Federal Application for Federal Student Aid).
I hold information sessions with all my newly admitted students, at which time I explain to them what we do include in our cost of attendance, and what we do not include, such as cars.
31, it would allow Division I athletes to work part-time so long as they do not earn more than the difference between the value of their scholarship and their school's estimated full cost of attendance.
Additionally, the differential between the Canadian dollar and AAFC's sponsorship will help keep the cost of attendance reasonable for all attendees.
Cost of attendance is $75 and includes conference materials, continental breakfast and lunch.
Students may face particular hardships when the cost of attendance outpaces students' available resources.
Ray says, "As the economy continues to recover, we will need to be able to make capital decisions quickly and provide students with early notice of the cost of attendance in a more timely way.
The changes the coordinating board is proposing to reach that threshold include decreasing the amount of the award so that it covers academic costs, such as tuition, fees, and course materials, but not necessarily the entire cost of attendance, as it currently aims to do.
For example, the cost of attendance for a student under age 24 dependent on parents is $13,595 at Pulaski Technical College in Little Rock.
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