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Financial Aid Comparison Between Southeastern Conference (SEC) Members

All UndergraduateBeginning Students

Financial Aid Statistics Comparison

For all undergraduate students, the average percent receiving aid is 75.14 % and the average aid amount is $12,565. The financial aid includes Federal (Pell and other federal), state, local, institutional or other grant aid, and federal student loans. Next table compares the total number and percentage of undergraduate students who received any financial aid between colleges in Southeastern Conference (SEC) for academic year 2019-2020.

All Undergraduate Financial Aid Statistics Between Colleges In Southeastern Conference (SEC)
NameNumber Receiving AidPercent Receiving AidAverage Amount
The University of Alabama
21,96967%$13,788
Auburn University
13,98457%$8,809
University of Arkansas
16,12970%$6,725
University of Florida
30,07385%$10,500
University of Georgia
26,16688%$10,276
University of Kentucky
19,51988%$10,865
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College
20,87681%$11,784
University of Mississippi
12,15571%$11,678
Mississippi State University
16,24486%$10,301
University of Missouri-Columbia
16,63074%$10,270
University of South Carolina-Columbia
22,68282%$6,405
The University of Tennessee-Knoxville
17,66676%$10,035
Vanderbilt University
4,50065%$44,675
Texas A & M University-College Station
33,13662%$9,793
Average19,40975.14%$12,565

Beginning Students Financial Aid

For first-time, full-time beginning students, the average percent of receiving grant and/or scholarship is 5.96 % and the average grant amount is $963. This includes grants or scholarship from all sources - federal (pell grants and other federal grants), state/local, and institutions. The average percent of students who receiving student loans (federal and other student loans) is 2.53 % and the average loan amount is $589. Next table compares the financial aid statistics for first-time, full-time undergraduate students (freshmen) between colleges in Southeastern Conference (SEC) for academic year 2019-2020.

Beginning Student Financial Aid Comparison Between Colleges In Southeastern Conference (SEC)
NameGrants/ScholarshipsStudent Loans
Number Receiving Aid (Percentage)Average AmountNumber Receiving Aid (Percentage)Average Amount
The University of Alabama
5,251
(78%)
$14,4002,784
(41%)
$10,714
Auburn University
3,194
(67%)
$9,2471,425
(30%)
$9,177
University of Arkansas
3,828
(84%)
$5,7091,915
(42%)
$8,404
University of Florida
5,779
(89%)
$11,962896
(14%)
$6,120
University of Georgia
4,961
(90%)
$11,3641,511
(28%)
$6,461
University of Kentucky
4,899
(93%)
$11,7912,504
(47%)
$9,087
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College
5,954
(97%)
$12,8282,162
(35%)
$7,615
University of Mississippi
2,630
(82%)
$11,6501,300
(40%)
$9,181
Mississippi State University
3,420
(98%)
$12,8711,650
(47%)
$7,327
University of Missouri-Columbia
4,704
(88%)
$11,0882,235
(42%)
$8,188
University of South Carolina-Columbia
5,807
(92%)
$6,7333,000
(48%)
$9,214
The University of Tennessee-Knoxville
4,416
(84%)
$10,5652,028
(39%)
$8,369
Vanderbilt University
1,001
(62%)
$47,344186
(12%)
$7,422
Texas A & M University-College Station
6,162
(64%)
$11,1942,973
(31%)
$8,182
Average4,429
(83.43%)
$13,4821,898
(35.43%)
$8,247