All Undergraduate Students Financial Aid Over Time

The following table and chart show the trends of financial aid for all undergraduate students at Evans Hairstyling College-Rexburg since 2020. For that period, the average number of students who received grants aid/scholarships is 45 (58.50 % of all undergraduate students) and 30 (40.13 % of all undergraduate students) students received federal student loans (average loan amount: $4,239).
YearGrant or Scholarship*Pell GrantsFederal Student Loans
Number Received (percent**)Average AmountNumber Received (percent**)Average AmountNumber Received (percent**)Average Amount
2012-1346 (55%)$3,21046 (55%)$3,21027 (33%)$2,026
2013-1447 (65%)$4,36645 (63%)$4,22232 (44%)$3,419
2014-1537 (60%)$3,76337 (60%)$3,76332 (52%)$3,143
2015-1645 (64%)$4,57738 (54%)$4,51341 (59%)$5,212
2016-1745 (55%)$6,77836 (44%)$4,71929 (35%)$4,659
2017-1855 (71%)$6,36544 (56%)$4,85629 (37%)$4,703
2018-1946 (50%)$6,55433 (36%)$5,67520 (22%)$5,709
2019-2036 (48%)$9,21034 (45%)$5,16129 (39%)$5,037
Average45 (58.50%)$5,60339 (51.63%)$4,51530 (40.13%)$4,239

Freshmen (First-time, Full-time Undergraduate) Financial Aid Over Time

OverviewGrants/ScholarshipStudent Loans
For the last 8 years, on average, 23 (54.50 % of students) received grants or scholarships and its average amount is $4,402. In addition, 16 (38.88 % of students) students get helped from the students loans (average amount : $4,101).
Year Grants or Scholarships*Student Loans
Number Received (percent**)Average AmountNumber Received (percent**)Average Amount
2012-1338 (79%)$3,55824 (50%)$2,024
2013-1438 (76%)$3,50524 (48%)$2,852
2014-1520 (59%)$4,12315 (44%)$4,261
2015-1623 (61%)$4,29018 (47%)$4,770
2016-1721 (48%)$4,38815 (34%)$3,841
2017-1818 (50%)$4,33112 (33%)$4,660
2018-1911 (30%)$5,39510 (27%)$5,699
2019-2015 (33%)$5,62613 (28%)$4,697
Average23 (54.50%)$4,40216 (38.88%)$4,101
*Grant or scholarship aid includes aid received, from the federal government, state or local government, the institution, and other sources known by the institution.
**percentile of number of students receiving aids among all undergraduate students.
The following table shows the trends of grants or scholarships over time. For the last 8 years, on average, 20 (47.25 % of students) received Pell (federal) grants and its average amount is $4,501. In addition, 2 students received State/local government grants/scholarships (4.00 % of students).
Year Federal (Pell) GrantsOther Federal State/Local governmentInstitutional
Number Received (percent)Average AmountNumber Received (percent)Average Amount Number Received (percent)Average AmountNumber Received (percent)Average Amount
2012-1338 (79%)$3,558------
2013-1429 (58%)$4,069--2 (4%)$1,1007 (14%)$1,857
2014-1516 (47%)$4,154----8 (24%)$2,000
2015-1616 (42%)$4,041----17 (45%)$2,000
2016-1717 (39%)$4,832----5 (11%)$2,000
2017-1818 (50%)$4,331------
2018-1911 (30%)$5,395------
2019-2015 (33%)$5,626------
Average20 (47.25%)$4,501--2 (4.00%)$1,1009 (23.50%)$1,964
*Grant or scholarship aid includes aid received, from the federal government, state or local government, the institution, and other sources known by the institution.
**percentile of number of students receiving aids among all undergraduate students..
The following table describes number of students and average amount of loans by loan type. The following table shows the trends of grants or scholarships over time. For the last 8 years, on average, 16 (38.88 % of students) get any students loan help and its average loan amount is $16.
YearTotalFederal student loansOther student loans
Number Received (percent)Average AmountNumber Received (percent)Average AmountNumber Received (percent)Average Amount
2012-1324 (50%)$2,02424 (50%)$2,024--
2013-1424 (48%)$2,85224 (48%)$2,852--
2014-1515 (44%)$4,26115 (44%)$4,261--
2015-1618 (47%)$4,77018 (47%)$4,770--
2016-1715 (34%)$3,84115 (34%)$3,841--
2017-1812 (33%)$4,66012 (33%)$4,660--
2018-1910 (27%)$5,69910 (27%)$5,699--
2019-2013 (28%)$4,69713 (28%)$4,697--
Average16 (38.88%)$4,10116 (38.88%)$4,101--

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