College affordability remains of critical importance for Latinx students considering and entering postsecondary education. One of the largest barriers for immigrant or first-generation Latinx students is how they will pay for college. Although how Latinx students pay for college is well-documented in the literature, many studies are qualitative in nature and treat Latinx students as a generationally homogenous group. Employing a logistic regression approach, this study utilizes the 2004 Beginning Postsecondary Study (BPS 2004) dataset and seeks to investigate the relationship between federal aid, institutional aid, immigrant status, High School GPA, and family income on Latinx college student degree attainment from 2-year and 4-year public institutions. Participants included a nationally representative sample of 510 Latinx tenth-grade students enrolled across the United States in 2004.