Which Louisiana schools receive the least state student aid?


Crescent City Bartending School, Avery James School of Cosmetology and Medical Training College reported receiving the least state financial aid during the 2018-19 academic year among Louisiana schools, according to an analysis of federal data.

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

Louisiana schools receiving smallest share of state student aid

Rank
School
City
Enrollment
Number receiving aid
Total amount
Average aid per student
1
Crescent City Bartending School
Orleans
320
6
$2,380
$397
2
Avery James School of Cosmetology
Charles
37
3
$4,760
$1,587
3
Medical Training College
Rouge
98
3
$6,479
$2,160
4
Delta College Inc
Covington
59
5
$6,622
$1,324
5
Louisiana Culinary Institute
Rouge
125
3
$7,140
$2,380
6
Northwest Louisiana Technical College
Minden
1,030
10
$7,500
$750
7
Unitech Training Academy-Houma
Houma
97
4
$7,933
$1,983
8
Delta College of Arts & Technology
Rouge
252
3
$8,887
$2,962
9
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
Orleans
2,112
3
$8,977
$2,992
10
Pineville Beauty School
Pineville
67
6
$9,520
$1,587

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Avery James School of Cosmetology Crescent City Bartending School Delta College Inc Delta College of Arts & Technology Louisiana Culinary Institute Medical Training College New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary Northwest Louisiana Technical College Pineville Beauty School Unitech Training Academy-Houma

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