This pie chart shows the information about students’ average estimate of financial resources to pay for college. To begin with, we can see that the largest proportion occupies 35%, which is grants or scholarships that do not have to be repaid. According to the graph, the smallest proportion occupies 3%, which is the money from church, community groups, or extended family. Last but not the least, for the rest of the categories, the numbers are ranging from 11% to 21%. In conclusion, the rest categories are loans that will have to be repaid after graduation, money you or your immediate family have saved, money your parents or immediate family will earn during college and so on.