On January 26, 2017, the Associated Press reported that students at a top-tier American university were being awarded scholarships totaling $30 million for life.
A day later, the AP reported that the number of recipients was growing rapidly.
But when a new report was released from the University of Michigan, the number fell by more than half.
The number of people who have received the $30-million award fell from 7,923 to 6,958.
According to the report, the University also has seen a significant increase in the number and cost of life scholarships awarded since last year.
It has become the largest recipient of life scholarship money in the country, and the top recipient of a number of other awards.
However, according to the Michigan report, there were no instances of students being denied the scholarships.
A total of 5,814 people received life scholarships between the end of last year and January 1, 2017.
More than 6,800 people received $1 million scholarships, and 6,826 received $2 million scholarships.
According the AP, “the average lifetime scholarship recipient is now more than 40 years old, compared with 31 for people in the late 20th century.”
The Michigan report also revealed that the median annual income for Michigan graduates is $61,000, and that more than two-thirds of graduates have incomes below $30,000.
The report also noted that the total number of life-spending awards at the University increased dramatically since the start of this year.
The total number awarded so far this year is up by nearly 50 percent from the previous year, with 5,000 people receiving scholarships and $5 million being awarded.
According that report, more than 9,000 students received life-deferred scholarships, but those numbers were still declining.
The largest increase in award numbers came in the form of $5.8 million in new life-granting scholarships awarded.
Of those, $4.5 million was given to students who graduated from college this year, up from $3.7 million the previous season.
In total, more people are receiving life-affirming scholarships than ever before.
More: A total $31 million was awarded in scholarships for students graduating in 2020, and this year’s total was up more than $4 million.
In 2018, the university awarded $6.6 million to students with an income under $30.
In 2019, it awarded $532,000 to students in their 20s, up $6,000 from the year before.
In 2020, the average lifetime earnings for students at the university were $60,000 and $62,000 in 2021.
The average salary for a Michigan graduate is $71,000 a year.
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