Which Tennessee schools receive the least state student aid?


SAE Institute of Technology-Nashville, National College-Nashville and Remington College-Memphis Campus reported receiving the least state financial aid during the 2018-19 academic year among Tennessee schools, according to an analysis of federal data.

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

Tennessee schools receiving smallest share of state student aid

Rank
School
City
Enrollment
Number receiving aid
Total amount
Average aid per student
1
SAE Institute of Technology-Nashville
Nashville
197
3
$4,961
$1,654
2
National College-Nashville
Nashville
217
6
$7,002
$1,167
3
Remington College-Memphis Campus
Memphis
611
6
$8,938
$1,490
4
EduMed Partners
Goodlettsville
40
7
$9,818
$1,403
5
Remington College-Nashville Campus
Nashville
265
8
$12,736
$1,592
6
John A Gupton College
Nashville
168
9
$20,368
$2,263
7
North Central Institute
Clarksville
61
13
$25,753
$1,981
8
William Moore College of Technology
Memphis
276
15
$29,524
$1,968
9
Nossi College of Art
Madison
303
31
$30,750
$992
10
Nashville College of Medical Careers
Madison
68
38
$36,000
$947

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EduMed Partners John A Gupton College Nashville College of Medical Careers National College-Nashville North Central Institute Nossi College of Art Remington College-Memphis Campus Remington College-Nashville Campus SAE Institute of Technology-Nashville William Moore College of Technology

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