Help raise awareness about the importance of financial aid and its impact on students’ lives.
The Pell Institute is excited to announce that registration is open for the 40th Student Financial Aid Research Network (SFARN) Conference. The conference is premier for discussing student financial aid and higher education finance research and policy. If you are a researcher, practitioner, or policy analyst who cares about student financial aid or higher education finance, register to attend the event today! The Institute hosts the SFARN conference at Rutgers University-New Brunswick’s Heldrick Center, located at 30 Livingston Avenue New Brunswick, NJ. Registration closes Saturday, July 1.
- $300 for general registration
- $100 for student registration
TERRY VAUGHAN III
From College to Careers: The Pell Institute Receives $748,000 Ascendium Grant to Explore Career Development within TRIO Programs
April 7, 2023
This research aims to provide a framework to help postsecondary institutions develop sustainable and equitable career pathways through strategic career exploration and development programming.
LATEST PROJECTS AND RESOURCES
The Pell Institute is the first research institute to specifically examine the issues affecting educational opportunity for low-income, first-generation, and disabled college students. Learn more about the Pell Institute, including our mission, purpose, goals, and history.
Indicators of Higher Education Equity in the United States: 2022 Historical Trend Report
This 2022 edition is the 8th in the current series, begun in 2015. This publication brings together again in partnership the Pell Institute with the Alliance for Higher Education and Democracy of the University of Pennsylvania (PennAHEAD). Both organizations have a core mission to promote a more open, equitable, and democratic system of higher education. The Pell Institute, with its historical and ongoing ties to the federal TRIO programs, has a special mission to promote more opportunity for low-income and first-generation students, and students with disabilities.