Which Ohio schools receive the least federal student aid?


Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Science, Pontifical College Josephinum and Chamberlain University-Ohio reported receiving the least federal financial aid during the 2018-19 academic year among Ohio schools, according to an analysis of federal data.

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

Ohio schools receiving smallest share of federal student aid

Rank
School
City
Enrollment
Number receiving aid
Total amount
Average aid per student
1
Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Science
Cincinnati
532
3
$5,805
$1,935
2
Pontifical College Josephinum
Columbus
150
5
$7,100
$1,420
3
Chamberlain University-Ohio
Columbus
557
3
$13,610
$4,537
4
Pioneer Career and Technology Center
Shelby
10
4
$15,788
$3,947
5
Virginia Marti College of Art and Design
Lakewood
109
5
$18,838
$3,768
6
Bryant & Stratton College-Akron
Copley
123
3
$20,760
$6,920
7
American Institute of Alternative Medicine
Columbus
425
4
$21,194
$5,299
8
Vanguard-Sentinel Adult Career and Technology Center
Fremont
38
4
$21,330
$5,333
9
Franklin University
Columbus
4,970
5
$22,816
$4,563
10
Stautzenberger College-Brecksville
Brecksville
324
4
$23,294
$5,824

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Organizations in this Story

American Institute of Alternative Medicine Bryant & Stratton College-Akron Chamberlain University-Ohio Franklin University Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Science Pioneer Career and Technology Center Pontifical College Josephinum Stautzenberger College-Brecksville Vanguard-Sentinel Adult Career and Technology Center Virginia Marti College of Art and Design

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