Which District of Columbia colleges receive the least federal student aid?

University of the Potomac-Washington DC Campus and Strayer University-Global Region reported receiving the least federal financial aid during the 2015-16 academic year among District of Columbia 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.

District of Columbia schools receiving smallest share of federal student aid

Rank
School
City
Enrollment
Number receiving aid
Total amount
Average aid per student
1
University of the Potomac-Washington DC Campus
Washington
140
15
$31,069
$2,071
2
Strayer University-Global Region
Washington
7,650
8
$31,663
$3,958
3
Bennett Career Institute
Washington
338
101
$408,000
$4,040
4
Gallaudet University
Washington
1,566
102
$507,430
$4,975
5
University of the District of Columbia
Washington
4,318
129
$668,711
$5,184
6
Catholic University of America
Washington
6,076
127
$679,916
$5,354
7
Trinity Washington University
Washington
2,068
175
$848,571
$4,849
8
Georgetown University
Washington
18,525
202
$1,445,235
$7,155
9
American University
Washington
13,346
347
$1,608,931
$4,637
10
George Washington University
Washington
27,159
395
$2,240,717
$5,673

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American University Bennett Career Institute Catholic University Athletics Gallaudet University George Washington University Georgetown University Strayer University-Global Region Trinity Washington University University of the District of Columbia University of the Potomac-Washington DC Campus

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