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ProPublica and the Chronicle of Higher Education Seek Copies of Financial Aid Award Letters

May 29, 2012

Two leading newspapers, ProPublica and the Chronicle of Higher Education, are seeking copies of actual financial aid award letters received by students. They are interested in receiving award letters from all colleges that admitted the student, not just the ones where the students ultimately enrolled.

The newspapers have promised to keep names and personally identifiable information confidential.

The award letters may be sent by email to or in print form to

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For more information, please visit Got Student Loans? Share Your Documents With Us on the ProPublica web site.

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