Pell grants are the single largest source of financial aid to low-income students, with the goal of encouraging enrollment and completion for these students by mitigating their very significant financial obstacles. But traditional Pell only covers study for the fall and spring terms. What are the short and longterm implications of the year-round Pell grants funded by Congress?

We spoke to researcher Vivian Liu, Research Associate at the Community College Research Center to find out.

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