Which Puerto Rico colleges receive the least federal student aid?

San Juan Bautista School of Medicine and Monteclaro Escuela de Hoteleria y Artes Culinarias reported receiving the least federal financial aid during the 2015-16 academic year among Puerto Rico schools, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

The analysis is based on data reported annually to the U.S. Department of Education.

Puerto Rico schools receiving smallest share of federal student aid

Rank
School
City
Enrollment
Number receiving aid
Total amount
Average aid per student
1
San Juan Bautista School of Medicine
Caguas
325
7
$34,000
$4,857
2
Monteclaro Escuela de Hoteleria y Artes Culinarias
Rio Grande
12
7
$40,425
$5,775
3
Universidad Pentecostal Mizpa
Rio Piedras
369
10
$43,179
$4,318
4
Advantage Technical College
Manati
63
15
$51,948
$3,463
5
Bayamon Community College
Bayamon
255
13
$58,386
$4,491
6
Century College
San Juan
204
11
$60,819
$5,529
7
Universidad Teologica del Caribe
Trujillo Alto
320
27
$69,346
$2,568
8
Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music
San Juan
462
14
$72,038
$5,146
9
Rosslyn Training Academy of Cosmetology
Aguada
33
17
$79,709
$4,689
10
American Technical Institute
Bayamon
11
27
$81,904
$3,033

Organizations in this story


Advantage Technical College American Technical Institute Bayamon Community College Century College Monteclaro Escuela de Hoteleria y Artes Culinarias Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music Rosslyn Training Academy of Cosmetology San Juan Bautista School of Medicine Universidad Pentecostal Mizpa Universidad Teologica del Caribe

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