Introducing the 2022 Pell Access and Completion Series

June 2022

New series highlights baseline statistics on access to the federal Pell Grant program and completion rates for U.S. higher education institutions by three sectors— community colleges, public and non-profit universities, and for-profit colleges.
New Data Show Recent Graduates Who Received Pell Grants Left School with $6 Billion More in Debt than Their Peers

December 21, 2020

OPINION: The dire need for significant federal investment in U.S. colleges and their students

August 6, 2020

Slow and Steady…Appropriate Safeguards Are Needed for Any Extension of Pell Grants to Short-Term Programs

July 22, 2019

An Income Cap to Restrict Pell Grant Eligibility Would Punish Students with True Financial Need

October 19, 2017

The House Budget Committee’s Plan to Slash Federal Student Financial Aid: A Tweetable Summary

August 8, 2017

What the House Republican Plan to Cut Pell Grants by $78.5 Billion Means for Students

July 18, 2017

What the House Republican proposal to cut $77 billion in mandatory Pell Grant funding means for students

March 16, 2017

Impact of House Budget Committee’s Proposal to Cut the Maximum Pell Grant and Freeze it for 10 Years (Chart)

March 16, 2016

Students at Shuttered Corinthian Campuses Need Congress to Restore their Pell Grant Eligibility

April 28, 2015

Impact of House and Senate Budget Proposals to Freeze the Maximum Pell Grant for 10 Years: Making College Even Less Affordable (Chart)

March 19, 2015

Why the link between CDRs and Pell Grants is good for students

August 8, 2014

CBO Projects Almost No Annual Growth in Pell Grant Costs (2012-13 to 2023-24)

September 9, 2013