1995 Psychology Baccalaureate Employment Survey:
1992 Graduates — Table 5

Sources of Financial Support for Undergraduate Education in Psychology
Reported by 1992 Baccalaureate Recipients in Psychology
    All sourcesa   Primary source
Sources of Support   N %   N %
Own/Family Sources            
Own earnings   559 73   53 7
Spouse's earnings   63 8   17 2
Family/Friends   551 72   337 449
Other personal   70 9   17 2
Subtotalb   704 92   424 55
Educational Grants/Student Loans            
  Pell Grant   189 25   27 3
  SEOG   22 3   0 0
  NDSL   41 5   4 <1
  GSL   212 28   49 6
Other educational    89 12   10 1
Subtotalb   342 45   90 12
University Sources            
   University Scholarship   215 28   29 4
   Work Study   182 24   0 0
   Other   45 6   4 <1
Subtotalb   324 42   33 4
Federal Support            
   Social Security   3 <1   0 0
   Federal Scholarship   20 2   2 <1
   Other federal   20 2   1 <1
   Subtotalb   90 12   3 <1
Other sources            
   Reimbursement by employer   25 3   3 <1
   Other   30 4   4 <1
No sources specified   55 71   210 27
Total   767 100   767 100
Source: 1992 Psychology Baccalaureate Survey, Research Office, APA.
aRespondents were asked to indicate all sources of financial support, and many indicated multiple sources. Therefore, the percentages in this column exceed 100%.
bThese entries indicate the number and percentage of respondents who reported any personal, student loan, university related, or federal sources of support.