Percentage of revenue from title IV programs

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This is the percentage of revenue from government-sponsored Title IV programs, a form of student financial aid.

The U.S. government's Higher Education Act Title IV program provides financial aid to students and the loans can be paid back to the lender over 10 years or longer. Many for-profit universities and trade schools earn a significant portion of their revenue from such aid programs- for example, Apollo Group (APOL) earned 77% of its 2008 revenue from Title IV loans.

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