Grant NameDescriptionURL
Federal Pell GrantThis grant is awarded to Alabama undergraduate college students that have a financial need.
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)This grant is awarded to Alabama undergraduate college students with great financial need.Apply!
Academic Competitiveness GrantThis grant program is available to Alabama students that also are eligible for the Federal Pell Grant.Apply!
Teach Grant ProgramThis award is available to third and fourth year Alabama college students. If the student is in a fifth year program, the award can be granted in the fifth year. The student must also be eligible for the Pell Grant.Apply!
Congress created this grant program to provide up to $4,000 to students that plan to teach in a low-income area.Apply!
Alabama Student Grant Program (ASGP)This grant is available to legal residents of Alabama who are pursuing an undergraduate college degree.Apply!
Alabama Student Grant ProgramThis grant program pays $1,200 per year to part-time and full-time students that attend qualifying Alabama schools.Apply!
Alabama Police Officers’ and Firefighters’ Survivor’s Educational Assistance GrantThis grant is available to students who have parents working in law enforcement or working as a firefighter.Apply!
Alabama National Guard Educational Assistance ProgramStudents that are actively involved in a federally recognized unit of the National Guard are eligible for this grant.Apply!
Alabama Student AssistanceAlabama offers this grant to high school seniors entering into an undergraduate program. The award amount ranges from $300-$2500 annually.Apply!
Alabama Media Professional AwardsThis grant is awarded to high school seniors that are preparing for a career in journalism
Alabama Dependent's Educational Benefit ProgramThis grant provides financial assistance to children and spouses of Alabama Veterans with a partial disability. Apply!
American Legion Auxiliary Grant ProgramThis grant award pays for tuition, fees, and boarding expenses for students attending a college in Alabama.Apply!


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Federal and Local GrantsThere are two different types of grants available federal and local. The federal grants are awarded based on need determined by the FAFSA results.Apply!
Federal Academic Competitiveness GrantThe Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG) provides funding for first or second year undergraduate studentsApply!
Smart GrantNational Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grant (SMART Grant) is awarded to eligible students in their third and fourth years of undergraduate school and who are enrolled in at least half time status.Apply!
Alaska Advantage GrantAlaskAdvantage Grant is one of the largest awarded grants. This is a need-based grant that is funded by the state of Alaska. The student must be enrolled in or accepted to an undergraduate college or university and must be a legal resident of Alaska.Apply!
Alaska Space GrantThe Alaska Space Grant Program Fellowship is a service-based program that is awarded to students who work on aerospace related projects.Apply!
The Alaska Career Upgrade GrantAlaska Career Upgrade Grants are available only to Alaska Native students.Apply!
CIRI Foundation GrantsCIRI Foundation grants are designed for Alaska Natives who are current enrolled in or descendants of previously enrolled in Eklutna Inc..Apply!
The OURS Discovery Grant ProgramOURS Discovery Grants are designed to contribute to ongoing undergraduate research. The Ours grants are for travel expenses associated with an ongoing research program or project.Apply!
Vocational Training GrantsVocational Training Grants are for students of Alaska who are enrolled at least part-time in a two or four year college program or technical school.
Alaska Bible College OptionAlaska Bible College (ABC) offers a higher education grant program to it's students.Apply!
Koniag Education Foundation Awards & GrantsThe Koniag Education Foundation awards grants and scholarships to Alutiiq students. Two grants are given out each year. Apply!
Undergrad Research Grants in AlaskaAlaska Undergraduate Research Grants are offered each year from the office of undergraduate research to enable students to continue their research projects.Apply!


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Postsecondary Education Grant (PEG)The Postsecondary Education Grant (PEG) is not based on financial need and it offers financial support as an encouragement to inspire students to attend a private four-year institution in Arizona to obtain a bachelor’s degree.Apply!
Arizona Private Postsecondary Education Student Financial Assistance Program (PFAP)The Arizona Private Postsecondary Education Student Financial Assistance Program (PFAP) offers grants that are given based upon need.Apply!
Special Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership (SLEAP)The Special Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership (SLEAP) program is a need-based awards program given to sophomore, junior or senior college students who prove significant financial need.Apply!
The Arizona College Access Aid Program (ACAAP)This grant was just recently established through the Governor’s office as part of the College Access Challenge Grant. It’s a need-based grant designed for students in need of financial assistance who are planning to enroll or are already enrolled in a two- or four-year college.Apply!
Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership (LEAP)The Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership (LEAP) grant is part of a federal program which combines the state educational institutions with the federal and state governments to form a partnership for the purpose of providing need-based grants to eligible students enabling them to attend postsecondary institutions in Arizona.Apply!
Early Graduation Scholarship Grant (EGSG)The Early Graduation Scholarship Grant (EGSG) program is not based on need and it’s designed to motivate high school students to graduate early and immediately attend a regionally or nationally accredited postsecondary institution or vocational program in Arizona.Apply!


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Arkansas Health Education Grant (ARHEG)This grant is available to graduate students who are seeking to obtain specialization in a medical field for which a specialized education is unavailable in the state of Arkansas.Apply!
SREB ContractsIf the school is part of the SREB contract program, the State pays a set fee per student based on the table below from the ADHE:
Field of Study Projections
Dentistry, $15,900 (FY 10-11) $16,400 (FY 11-12) $16,400 (FY 12-13)
Optometry, $13,900 (FY 10-11) $14,300 (FY 11-12) $14,300 (FY 12-13)
Osteopathic Medicine, $13,500 (FY 10-11) $14,300 (FY 11-12) $14,300 (FY 12-13)
Podiatric Medicine, $9,200 (FY 10-11) $9,800 (FY 11-12) $9,800 (FY 12-13)
Veterinary Medicine, $24,200 (FY 10-11) $25,000 (FY 11-12) $25,000 (FY 12-13)
Non-SREB ContractsThose contracts made directly with the ADHE basically allow for the State to pay the difference in the resident tuition and non-resident tuition up to the amounts shown in the table above.
Go! Opportunities GrantThis grant, also known as the Arkansas Higher Education Opportunities Grant, is a financial need based grant for low income students. It is intended to aid such students in completing their college degree. It grants $1,000 annually for full-time and $500 for part-time.Apply!
State Teacher Education Program (STEP)Although this grant does not pay tuition directly while attending college, it still offers significant financial assistance, and is therefore worth mentioning. The nature of this grant is unique in that it provides assistance, for eligible teachers, with repayment of federal student loans.Apply!
Teacher Opportunity Program (TOP)This program offers reimbursement to Arkansas teachers and administrators for out-of-pocket expenses incurred for up to six college credit hours completed each academic year, not to exceed $3,000.Apply!


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Cal Grants A, B, and CThere are several types of Cal Grants, each with their own specific limits and requirements. Cal Grant A Entitlement awards can be used for tuition and fees at public and private colleges and a few private career colleges.To be awarded a Cal Grant B, coursework must be for at least one academic year. Cal Grant C awards assist in payment for tuition and training costs at career technical or occupational schools.Apply!
California Chafee Grant for Foster YouthIn addition to the Cal Grants A, B and C, there are some grants available for specific groups of students. One such grant is the California Chafee Grant for Foster Youth. The Chafee Grant is funded by the state with assistance from the federal government. The amount awarded is determined based on the enrollment status and college of attendance.Apply!
Child Development Grant ProgramThe Child Development Grant Program is designed to encourage students to enter a career in the field of child care and development in a licensed children’s center. Requirements for eligibility include financial need verified by the submission of a FAFSA, U.S. citizenship or eligible noncitizenship, California residency, and meeting Federal Selective Service requirements.Apply!
Law Enforcement Personnel Dependents Grant ProgramThe Law Enforcement Personnel Dependents Grant Program (LEPD) provides educational grants to the spouses and dependents of several groups of law enforcement who have been killed or have become totally disabled as a result of an accident or injury caused by external factors incurred in the performance of their duties. Apply!
California National Guard Education Assistance Award Program (CNG EAAP)The California National Guard Education Assistance Award Program (CNG EAAP) is designed to provide assistance to up to 1,000 service members who remain active in the National Guard, Naval Militia or the State Military Reserve by offering educational incentive to improve competencies, skills, and abilities.Apply!


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Pell Grant InformationPell Grants are federally funded and intended for undergraduate students and have specific requirements. Not dependent on additional funds awarded, Pell Grants are paid at least once per semester or term.Apply!
Colorado Student GrantOffered for student level of need, the Colorado Student Grant and Colorado Graduate Grant are based on FASFA information.Apply!
Supplemental Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership Grant (SLEAP)Stemming from a federal assistance grant known as LEAP, this grant may award students between $500.00 and $1500.00 mainly based on financial need.Apply!
Colorado College Responsibilities Grant (CCRG)Awarding between $200.00 and $600.00 each semester, the CCRG is state funded and intended for undergraduate students who do not have a Bachelor Degree. Colorado residency is also required.Apply!
Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG)Intended for first and second year undergraduates, the ACG is offered in addition to Pell Grants and does not need to be repaid. Providing up to $750.00 the first year and $1,300 for the second, the ACG combined with a Pell Grant can’t exceed the the cost for attendance.Apply!
College Opportunity FundCollege Opportunity Fund pays a portion of tuition for students enrolled for eligible undergraduate classes. Based on a per credit basis, the stipend equals $62.00 per credit therefore if a student takes 15 credit hours per semester, the stipend will be $1,860 for the year at public universities.Apply!
Colorado National Guard Tuition Assistance ProgramContact a National Guard recruiter or state tuition assistance. Paying up to 100% of tuition costs, this program is intended for state-supported institutions.Apply!
Iraq and Afghanistan Service GrantEligible students whose parent died as a result of serving in the U.S. Armed Forces in Iraq or Afghanistan can receive this grant if not qualified as a Pell Grant recipient. Students must be enrolled full-time and be under the age of 24. Grants cannot exceed the amount of a maximum Pell Grant.Apply!
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)Offered to students with exceptional need, this grant can be awarded along with a Pell Grant.Apply!
The National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grant (National Smart Grant)Available to third and fourth year students, the National Smart Grant is designed for majors in mathematics, technology, engineering, critical foreign language, non-major single liberal arts programs, and physical, life or computer science.Apply!
Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education Grant Program (TEACH)Providing up to $4,000 in grants, the TEACH Grant is intended for those persuing an education degree and teaching in public or private schools that serve low-income students in high-needs fields.Apply!


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Connecticut State Grants for All MajorsTwo of the most popular Connecticut educational grants are the Connecticut Aid for Public College Students for those attending a two or four-year public school and the Connecticut Independent College Student Grant Program for those attending a private school in Connecticut.Apply!
Connecticut Grants for Teaching MajorsThe Connecticut Minority Teacher Incentive Grant is open to students who are currently enrolled in a public university or college in a teacher preparation program. Grants are for the junior or senior years, providing a maximum of $5,000 annually. Students agree to teach in a public school system in Connecticut for up to four years, with each year of teaching representing $2,500 in grant money.Apply!
Grants for Military Veterans and FamiliesIn the state of Connecticut, military veterans can receive grants to cover tuition at any accredited public college or university. Applications are made through the Connecticut Department of Higher Education ( and must include official discharge statements and an analysis of financial need. Connecticut offers no grants specifically for families of military personnel. However, each branch of the service except the Marine Corps and Navy provides grants for the spouses and/or children of certain service members.Apply!
Federal GrantsFederal grants are determined by the information provided on the FAFSA report. However, students should confirm with their financial aid office that all grants for which they are eligible have been included. To receive federal student aid, including grants, applicants must meet the eligibility requirements. Students must not have been convicted for a drug-related offense that occurred while they were receiving any form of student financial aid.Apply!
Pell GrantThe Pell Grant is the most commonly issued federal grant. It provides up to $5,500 annually for undergraduate students who can demonstrate financial need. Pell Grants can be renewed each year as long as the student meets the requirements for eligibility. Normally, Pell Grants are not paid for more than the equivalent of 18 semesters during the student's lifetime.Apply!
Teacher Education GrantThe Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education Grant is for students through the graduate level who plan to teach grades K-12. Recipients agree to teach at a school with a low-income population in a field that is designated as high-need. TEACH grants can provide as much as $4,000 annually.Apply!

Washington District of Columbia

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The DC Tuition Assistance Grant (TAG)The DC Tuition Assistance Grant Program was designed specifically to target the most disadvantaged students residing throughout Washington D.C who are interested in attaining a degree beyond high school.Apply!
The DC Adoption GrantThe DC Adoption Grant was authorized in 2001 by the Adoption Voucher Act and is designed to give financial assistance to those students in the District of Columbia area who were adopted or lived in foster care; the grant is also extended to those students who had a parent killed in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.Apply!
The DC Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership Program (LEAP)The DC Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership Program is a grant that is based on financial need. Disadvantaged students in the District of Columbia area are eligible to receive financial aid if they are enrolled in an eligible instution for at least part-time (6 credit hours per semester).Apply!
The DC College Access Program (DC-CAP) Last Dollar AwardsThe DC College Access Program (DC-CAP) Last Dollar Awards provide students with up to $2,000 per year for no more than five consecutive years. These award amounts are given to help students with additional expenses after receiving financial aid.Apply!


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Governor's Education Grant for Working AdultsOne of the larger Delawarean grants is the Governor's Workforce Development Grant. This grant awards up to $2000 each academic year, from July 1 of one year through June 30 of the next, to an undergraduate student attending a college or university in Delaware. Selection is based on need.Apply!
Governor's Education Grant for Unemployed WorkersHowever, if a student has lost his or her job due to the current economic climate and cannot obtain another one in a similar field or occupation, this grant is intended to aid a student in paying for the costs of training in a new field or upgrading a previous ability. The maximum grant awarded for one year is $2000.Apply!
Scholarship Incentive ProgramDespite the name, the Delaware Department of Education classifies the Scholarship Incentive Program as a grant. It provides between $700 and $2200 for qualifying undergraduate students. The size of the award depends on GPA and is made after July 1. Graduate students receive up to $1000. The award is not to exceed any direct educational expense, such as tuition and other fees. Summer sessions remain excluded.Apply!
Educational Benefits for Children of Deceased Veterans and OthersThis grant offers a maximum of $8500 to a student. Any student attending an undergraduate college or university is eligible to receive this award at any point during their four year stay. Much as the title implies, the grant is intended to help students whose parents have died or gone missing while in service to the state or country. This grant prioritizes students attending a public college in Delaware, followed by students attending a private college in Delaware and lastly students attending an outside public or private college.Apply!


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The Florida Public Student Assistance Grant Program (FSAG) for Public SchoolsEligibility Requirements:
Attend a Florida public state university or public community college
Located in Florida
Institutions must be Title IV eligible with U.S. Department of Education approved accreditation and administer Pell Grants
Florida Public Post-secondary Career Education Student Assistance Grant Program (FSAG-Career Education)Eligibility Requirements:
Attend a Florida community college or career center offering career certificate programs of 450 hours or more, or 15 semester credit hours
Located in Florida
The Florida Private Student Assistance Grant Program (FSAG-Private)Eligibility Requirements:
Attend an independent college or university operating as a non-profit organization
Accredited by the Commission on Colleges of Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)
Grants baccalaureate degrees
Located in Florida
Chartered as domestic
Institutions must be Title IV eligible with U.S. Department of Education approved accreditation and administer Pell Grants
Approved accreditation by U.S. Department of Education
The Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program (FBFSP) and the Scholarships for Children and Spouses of Deceased or Disabled Veterans (CSDDV)Attend a Florida public state university, public community college or career centerApply!
RFS ProgramPrivate scholarship programs also fund higher education in Florida. One of these is the Rosewood Family Scholarship Program (RFS)Apply!
The Minority Teachers Education Scholars ProgramPrerequisite:
Attend Florida public state universities offering teacher education programs
Attend Educator Preparation Institutes (EPIs)
Attend public state community colleges offering teacher education programs or EPIs
Located in Florida
Florida's First Generation Matching Grant Program supplies funding for studentsPrerequisite:
Attend Florida public state university or public community college authorized by law
Located in Florida
The José Martí Scholarship Challenge Grant Program is a private grant fundPrerequisite:
Attend Florida public state university or public community college
Located in Florida


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HOPE GrantThis grant is awarded on a financial needs basis regardless of high school graduation date or grade point average to those planning to enter a Georgia public or technical college. Students wishing to apply should fill out a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) or the HOPE Scholarship and Grant application yearly. Alternatively, they may also fill out the E-HOPE application online ( ).Apply!
HOPE GED GrantThe purpose of this grant is to encourage education beyond the high school level. Georgia residents who have obtained their GED (General Education Development) high school equivalency diploma are eligible to apply. The grant offers a one time fund of $500 to be applied towards a certificate or diploma from a technical college, public university, or eligible private university in the state of Georgia.Apply!
ACCEL ProgramThe ACCEL Program is for students enrolled in accredited public of private high schools in the state of Georgia who wish to receive dual credit for college level courses during their Junior or Senior years. Courses must be on the approved course list which should be obtained from the high school's counselor.Apply!
Tuition Equalization Grant ProgramStudents wishing to attend a private 4-year college or university in Georgia should consider applying for this grant. It is a NON-need based grant meant to encourage enrollment in private universities. It will also provide funding to students living near the state border and wishing to attend out-of-state colleges or universities within a 50 mile radius of their home if there is no 4-year university within that radius in the state of Georgia.Apply!
College Opportunity GrantThe College Opportunity Grant (COG) is a needs based grant fully funded by the Georgia Lottery for Education. It provides funds for those students enrolled in a Georgia University or Technical college. There is no specific grade point average required in order to be eligible, however students are encouraged to assist others by completing a community service requirement.Apply!
Georgia Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership (LEAP)The Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership program was created by the federal government to encourage individual states to offer more needs based funding to students. Participating states must match each federal grant dollar awarded by the United States Department of Education, dollar per dollar. In order to be eligible for this grant, students must meet all requirements necessary to receive Federal Pell Grant funding.Apply!
Georgia PTA Student ScholarshipThe Georgia PTA Student Scholarship Grant is a one year grant funded solely through local chapters of the Georgia Parent Teacher Association with assistance from local counsel contributions. As a result, the amount of funding available for scholarships varies from year to year. Typically, grants have ranged from $1000 - $1500 per student. This is one-year non renewable grant awarded to students who meet the eligibility criteria.Apply!
Georgia Public Safety Memorial GrantThe Georgia Public Safety Memorial Grant is funded by the Georgia Lottery for Education and provides financial aid to the children of Georgia Public Safety Officers who were either killed in the line of duty or permanently disabled.Apply!
Destination Teacher ProgramThis is a fairly new program designed to encourage professionals in the job force who are looking to change career paths to consider teaching. Not every institution participates. However students enrolled in participating universities who agree to teach in an under served public school upon graduation may receive up to $5000 towards the cost of tuition.Apply!
North GA College & State University ROTC GrantThis grant was established by the Georgia General Assembly to encourage students to consider a professional career in the military. Eligible students include participants of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps, seeking undergraduate degrees from North Georgia College and State Universities only. This grant is state funded and the total amount of funding available is subject to change on a yearly basis.Apply!
North GA College & State University ROTC Grant for Future OfficersEstablished in 2008 by the Georgia General Assembly, the North GA College & State University ROTC Grant is available to ROTC members seeking undergraduate eduction from North Georgia College and State Universities only. In order to receive this funding, eligible students must have also signed a contract agreement to accept a commission as an officer in the Army National Guard or any branch of the United States Military.Apply!
Scholarship for Engineering Education (SEE) Service Cancel-able LoanThe Scholarship for Engineering Education is designed for Georgia residents interested in pursuing a career in Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering. Eligibility requires admission to the School of Engineering and renewal is contingent upon the student's maintaining at least a 2.5 overall grade point average.Apply!


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Native Hawaiian College GrantsNative Hawaiians can take advantage of a college grant to fund their schooling that is available from the federal government. This is a grant that will necessitate filling out the FAFSA form prior to application.Apply!
Hawaii State Incentive GrantThough many students around the country feel the need to attend college in another location, other than their home town, students in Hawaii can attend college in their island paradise without worrying about how to pay for the tuition. The State of Hawaii offers a need-based grant called the Hawaii State Incentive Grant for underprivileged students in Hawaii. This grant is a supplement to the available federal Pell Grant to pay tuition at community colleges.Apply!
Hawaii Pell Grant and SupplementsAs is available in all 50 states, the federal government provides opportunities for college students residing, or attending college, in Hawaii to utilize the federal Pell Grant to pay their tuition. The Pell Grant is distributed on the basis of the financial need of the student and is available for the entire length of any undergraduate program at any school in Hawaii.Apply!
Pell Grant InformationThe Pell Grant application is directly determined by the Student Aid Report received once a FAFSA is completed by the student. The Student Aid Report, or SAR, will identify the amount the federal government expects the family of a student to contribute to their tuition. Each school determines the amount of the Pell Grant for the student based on the SAR report, with the maximum grant amount available at $4,310 annually.Apply!
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity GrantThe Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, or FSEOG, is a supplement to the Pell Grant for Hawaiian students who have been determined to have the most financial need. This supplement can be awarded in conjunction with the Pell Grant and be in amounts up to $4,000 per school year. Another grant that can be awarded in conjunction with the Pell Grant is the Academic Competitiveness Grant.Apply!
SMART GrantOne additional supplement to the federal Pell Grant award is the National SMART Grant, which is short for the National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grant.Apply!
TEACH GrantAnother grant that is available for a student looking to go to college in Hawaii is the federal TEACH Grant. TEACH is an acronym for the Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education Grant program.Apply!


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Pell GrantsPell Grants go to undergraduates only, with a very few exceptions (for example, those who take a teacher certification course after obtaining a bachelor’s degree). The maximum 2012-2013 Pell amount is $5,550, and the amount of your Pell Grant will depend on financial need, cost of attendance, number of classes you take, and whether you plan to stay in school for an entire year.Apply!
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity GrantsThe FSEOGs are designed as extra funding to help students who have exceptional financial need and receive Pell Grants. Your financial need is defined as the difference between your school expenses (called the cost of attendance) and your expected family contribution. The amount of an FSEOG can range from $100 to $4,000, and the amount of your other financial aid is a factor in calculating that amount.Apply!
Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education GrantThe TEACH Grant targets students who plan to pursue a career in teaching. The additional eligibility requirements for TEACH grants include enrollment in a participating school and program, meeting requirements for academic achievement (for example, a GPA of 3.25), undergoing counseling, and signing an agreement to teach after graduation, because TEACH grants are made in exchange for a post-graduation service commitment.Apply!
Iraq and Afghanistan Service GrantsThere are also special eligibility requirements for the Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grants, as you might expect. If:Apply!


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The Monetary Award ProgramThe Monetary Award program, or MAP, provides a number of different grants to Illinois residents that are wishing to pursue an undergraduate degree. Students who wish to apply for the MAP must not be default on any student loans or owe refunds to any other state or federal college grant programs.Apply!
The Higher Education License Plate ProgramThis program, also called HELP, works with the Secretary of State in producing special collegiate license plates. Funds from these specific license plates go to helping provide funding to college students who will or are currently attending the colleges for which these states are produced.Apply!
Silas Purnell Incentive for Access ProgramThis program is funded directly by and entirely by the state of Illinois. Due to financial crisis within the state, no financial award was issued through the Silas Purnell Incentive Program for the 2010-2011 school year.Apply!
The Illinois National Guard GrantThis grant is available to active members of the Illinois National Guard or those who have been members of the ING for at least five consecutive years. Like many other grants, students should not be in default to any student loan or owe a refund to any state or federal grant program.Apply!
The College Savings Bond Bonus Incentive ProgramAlso referred to as BIG, this grant program is typically open only to those who are beneficiaries of an Illinois College Savings Bond.Apply!
Grant Program for Dependents of Correctional OfficersThis program is designed for the spouse or the children of Illinois correctional officers who have either become deceased or at least ninety percent disabled while performing in the line of duty.
Grant Program for Dependents of Police or Fire OfficersThis grant program works quite similar to that of the Program for Dependent Correctional Officers. Applicants are expected to first be the child or spouse of an Illinois police officer or fire rescue agent who either lost their life while in the line of duty or has become at least ninety percent disabled while performing on the job.Apply!
The Illinois Veteran GrantThe Illinois Veteran Grant, or IVG, is available to Illinois veterans who have served at least one year of active federal duty or served an active duty during a time of hostility in a foreign country. In order to be eligible for the IVG, the applicant must have received an honorable discharge. Members of the Illinois National Guard and Army Reserve who meet the previous eligibility requirements will also be considered for the IVG.Apply!
Student Loans in IllinoisThese are amongst the most popular and well known college grants available in the state of Illinois. There may be other grants available and it is recommended that students thoroughly research the internet and speak to the financial aid office as well as the counselor of their educational institution to learn more about what other grant options could be available to them.Apply!


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The State Student Assistance Commission of IndianaThe State Student Assistance Commission of Indiana (SSACI) awards financial aid for college to Indiana residents who attend eligible colleges. All grants listed below are exclusively for Indiana students except the Pell Grant and The Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, which are federal grants.Apply!
Frank O'Bannon Grant ProgramThe Frank O'Bannon Grant Program (formerly the Indiana Higher Education Grant) provides Indiana students money for college based on need. This grant includes both the Higher Education Award and the Freedom of Choice Award.Apply!
Part-time Grant ProgramThe part-time Indiana college grant program is an excellent opportunity to combine a college education with life in the real world. Some students may not have the time to commit to a full-time college program due to work and family commitments.Apply!
Hoosier Scholar ProgramThe Hoosier Scholar Award is a $500 non-renewable award that the recipient receives the first semester of his or her freshman year of college. While this award is smaller than some, it is still a good opportunity to defray college expenses.Apply!
Twenty-first Century Scholars ProgramMiddle School is not too early to think about college in Indiana. Students enroll in the Twenty-first Century Scholars Program as 6th, 7th and 8th graders by pledging good citizenship to the state, and in return, they receive four years of undergraduate college tuition at a participating Indiana College.Apply!
Minority Teacher/Special Services ScholarshipMinority students (Black or Hispanic) who are interested in teaching careers may receive up to $4,000 annually from this scholarship. Non-minority students who are seeking a career as teacher may also receive up to $1,000 annually if they plan to pursue a Special Education teaching certification, or Occupational or Physical Therapy certification.Apply!
Nursing ScholarshipStudents who agree, in writing, to work as a registered nurse or licensed practical nurse in Indiana for two years following graduation may qualify for up to $5,000 annually under the Nursing Scholarship. While the SSACI administers this award, colleges are responsible for making the award. Check with your chosen Indiana college to determine whether or not their nursing program is approved for this scholarship.Apply!
Robert C. Byrd Honors ScholarshipThe Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship is a federally funded program. To be eligible, students must have excellent ACT scores and a strong academic record (a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale). The maximum amount of the award is $1,500. These awards are made at the high school.Apply!
Pell GrantsPell Grants are not Indiana state grants, they are federal grants. However, awards are granted through information provided on the FAFSA. The maximum amount awarded is $5,550.Apply!


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Iowa Foster Child GrantsThese grants award $2,000 to $4,200 per year to a certain number (it will vary by year) of freshmen undergraduate students who attend an eligible Iowa college or institution.Apply!
Iowa GrantsThese grants award $100 to $1,000 per year to a certain number of freshmen undergraduate students who attend an eligible Iowa college or institution.Apply!
Iowa Tuition Grant ProgramThis program awards $100 to $4,000 in grant money per year to a certain number of freshmen undergraduate students who attend an eligible Iowa college or institution.Apply!
Iowa Vocational Technical Tuition Grant ProgramThis program awards $150 to $650 in grant money per year to a certain number of freshmen and sophomore undergraduate students who attend an eligible Iowa college or institution.Apply!
All Iowa Opportunity Foster Care GrantThis grant has a maximum annual award of $7,330 and is open to students between ages 17 and 24 who age-out of the Iowa foster care system or age-out of an Iowa state training school or who were adopted after age 16.Apply!
Education & Training Voucher (ETV) ProgramThis federally funded grant has a maximum annual award of $5,000 and is available for students from ages 16 to 23 who age-out of state subsidized guardianship or who were adopted after age 16.Apply!
Iowa National Guard Educational Assistance Grants (NGEAP)The grant, with a maximum annual award equaling 80% of the average regent fees and tuition*, is available to members of the Iowa National Guard attending eligible colleges and universities in Iowa. * The average tuition a full-time student at Iowa Regent Universities is currently $7,141, but will vary by school year.Apply!
Iowa Barber and Cosmetology Arts and Sciences Tuition GrantThis grant, with a maximum annual award of $1,200, is for Iowa residents who attend certain cosmetology and barber colleges in Iowa. Priority is based on greatest financial need.Apply!
Iowa Vocational-Technical Tuition GrantThis grant, with a maximum annual award of $1,200, is available to Iowa residents who are enrolled in vocational/technical or career-option programs at Iowa community colleges.Apply!
Iowa NASA EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) GrantThis grant is administered via the Space Grant office and is applicable to Iowa students who study specific fields related to space sciences (astronomy, aeronautics, etc.) The amount varies. To apply contact: Ramanathan Sugumaran c/o Iowa Space Grant Consortium Iowa NASA EPSCoR or call (319) 273-3816Apply!
Governor Terry Branstad Iowa State Fair ScholarshipGrants are offered up to $1,000 as long as the requirements are met. You must be a high school senior with involvement in the Iowa State Fair. Small gifts (cash awards) are awarded to seniors with high ranking ACT scores planning to attend a state college to pursue a degree. Awards are $400 for qualified candidates.Apply!
Pell GrantThis grant, with a maximum annual award of $5,550, is available to United States citizens in any state who demonstrate financial need. Financial need is based on the assessment determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).Apply!
Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)This grant, with a maximum annual award of $4,000, is available to students who demonstrate exceptional financial need and are eligible for the Pell Grant receive priority. Financial need is based on the assessment determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).Apply!
Teacher Education Assistance for College & Higher Educational Grant (TEACH)This grant, with a maximum annual award of $4,000, is available to post-baccalaureate, graduate and undergraduate students who agree to become full-time teachers in high-need fields at private or public schools serving students from low-income families.Apply!
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity GrantThis grant, with awards up to $4,000, supplements the Pell Grant and is awarded to eligible students with the greatest financial need.Apply!
Academic Competitiveness GrantThis grant, with a maximum award of $750 for freshman year and upwards of $1,300 for second year, acts to supplement the Pell Grant and is based on academic performance and financial need.Apply!
National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent (SMART) GrantThis grant, with awards up to $4,000, acts to supplement the Pell Grant and is applicable for third and fourth year undergraduates who major in specific fields. Those who pursue degrees in computer sciences, physical or life sciences, technology, mathematics, engineering or a high-demand foreign language (i.e. Arabic) may be eligible for this grant.Apply!
Access to Retain Talent GrantThis supplement to the Pell Grant provides up to $4000 each year for third and fourth year undergraduates majoring in certain fields.Apply!
Iowa Grant Money AmountsWhile specific grant awards will vary by school year, the current range is approximately $6,174 for a public two-year college to $9,059 for a private four-year college. The average award for the last school year was nearly $1,700, with the minimum award amount at $100 a year.Apply!


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Kansas Comprehensive GrantsKansas Comprehensive Grants are offered through the state government and the Board of Regents to students with financial need. They are awarded to residents of the state for attending colleges and universities in Kansas, either public or private.Apply!
Kansas Pell GrantsThe Kansas Pell Grant can be used by any student who is attending a college or university in Kansas as long as the institution participates in the Federal Student Aid Program.Apply!
State Scholars ProgramThe Kansas State Scholars Program provides grants to students who are named State Scholars in their senior year of high school. The awards are $1,000 and require students to take the ACT and complete the Kansas State Scholar curriculum.Apply!
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity GrantsFederal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants are designed to supplement Pell Grants for students with the highest financial need. Students must complete the FAFSA and be attending an institution that participates in the Federal Student Aid Program. Students who have the lowest EFC are given priority consideration.Apply!
Jellison Benevolent Society, Inc.The Jellison Benevolent Society provides grants to students based on financial need. Students from Geary County, Kansas and the surrounding area are given preferential consideration, but if funds are available, grants may be awarded to others.Apply!
Par Aide's Joseph S. Garske Collegiate Grant ProgramAdministered by the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA), based in Lawrence, Kansas, the Par Aide's Joseph S. Garske Collegiate Grant Program provides funding to children or stepchildren of GCSAA members who are pursuing an education at a college of trade school.Apply!
Midwest Student Exchange ProgramThe Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP) is not a grant per se, but it works like one. It allows students from Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, or Wisconsin to attend public schools in another state at no more than 150% of the instate tuition rates.Apply!
College Assistance Migrant ProgramThe office of Migrant Education offers grants through the The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) to seasonal and migrant farm workers and their children. Students must be enrolled in their first year of undergraduate work at an institution of higher education.Apply!
Jones Foundation GrantThe Jones Foundation grant provides funds for students who live in Coffey, Lyon, or Osage County, Kansas and have a resident for at least one year.Apply!
Bethel CollegeBethel College has grants available from $500 to $40,000 for students who are Kansas residents.Apply!
The Heidelberg College Out Of State GrantHeidelberg College in Ohio offers grants to out of state students, including students from Kansas. The award is renewable for up to four years.Apply!
Kansas State UniversityThe Johnson Center for Basic Cancer Research at Kansas State University offers grants to students who are pursuing research on cancer. The student must be working with a faculty mentor and jointly complete an application for funding.Apply!
KU Bookstore GrantThe KU Bookstore Grant is a $500 award for students at the University of Kansas. Funds were generated by the sale of the bookstore and are designed to meet additional financial need of students. Students must be enrolled at least half time.Apply!
KU Tuition GrantThe KU Tuition grant (KUTG) is available to students at the University of Kansas and is designed to meet additional financial need. The award varies between $1,450 and $2500 per year. Students must be at least half time, and can be undergraduates, graduate, or medical students.Apply!
Kansas State University Freshman Wildcat GrantThe Freshman Wildcat Grant is available to incoming students at Kansas State and is based on financial need, academic merit, and availability of funds.Apply!
Kansas State University Eisenhower GrantThe Eisenhower grant is part of Kansas State's commitment to affordable education. It is based on exceptional financial need and available to all students.Apply!
Kansas State Dependent/Spouse GrantThis program provides tuition grants to dependents or spouses of Kansas State employees. Employees who qualify are faculty, unclassified and classified professionals, and those with regular appointments.Apply!
Emporia State University Educational Opportunity Fund GrantThis grant provides funds to students based on financial need and to students participating in public and community service programs. The awards may be up to the full amount of the student's tuition for the academic year. Students should apply through the financial aid office.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
College Access Program (CAP) GrantsThe College Access Program (CAP) provides grants to help the Commonwealth's financially needy undergraduate students attend an eligible school of higher education.Apply!
Kentucky Tuition Grants (KTG)The Kentucky Tuition Grant (KTC) Program provides support for qualified students attending independent colleges within the Commonwealth. The grants are awarded based upon financial need and can only be applied to attendance at a private school that has been approved and accredited according the Kentucky statutes.Apply!
Go Higher GrantsThe Go Higher Grant program is geared towards Kentucky residents who are 24 years of age an older seeking a college education. It is structured to benefit adults who enroll in college courses while also working full-time jobs.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
Louisiana Pell GrantThis is actually a grant from the Federal Government that is administered through individual states. Louisiana Pell Grants are available to any student that has a demonstrated financial need.Apply!
Louisiana Sea GrantLouisiana State University (LSU) is a participant in the National Sea Grant College Program that is administered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. For more than 40 years, LSU has played an important role in doing research and fieldwork to promote the health and stability of the state's coastal land.Apply!
LSU StudentsAn LSU student can apply for a grant or internship by filling out an application and submitting it through the University's Sea Grant program. LSU was designated the thirteenth Sea Grant College in the nation back in 1978.Apply!
Louisiana TopsThe Louisiana Tuition Opportunity Program for Students is available to all Louisiana students who meet certain standards. The state has limited funds, so receiving one of these grants can be quite challenging. Eligible students can receive anywhere from $400 to $800 for each school year.Apply!
Louisiana Go GrantThis grant is based on a student's financial need and is targeted to help students of low income and moderate income families. Students who qualify for a Louisiana Pell Grant can usually qualify for a Go Grant. The Go Grant helps to bridge the gap of what a student receives from a Pell Grant and what it actually costs to attend. school.Apply!
LEAP GrantThe LEAP Grant which stands for Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership is available to students that are residents of Louisiana and citizens of the United States.Apply!
Centenary College GrantsCentenary College, located in Shreveport, Louisiana is a Christian school that provides theological reflection with an academic program. Students are encouraged to involve themselves in short and long term missions to aid those most in need. The College offers a number of grants to help those that attend.Apply!
Need-Based GrantsStudents in need of financial assistance are encouraged to file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Based on that form and their financial needs, grants are available from Centenary College.Apply!
Christian Leadership Center GrantsThe Christian Leadership Center provides theologians, pastors and others the opportunity to preach the gospel and spread the word throughout the Christian community. One must fill out an application, complete an essay and have an interview with the Director of the Center before they will be considered for a grant.Apply!
United Methodist Minister's Dependent GrantsAn annual grant of $5,000 is given to students that are the sons orand daughters of a United Methodist Minister.Apply!
Centanary Methodist GrantIn order to qualify for this grant of up to $2,500 annually, a student must be a member of the United Methodist Church and complete the FAFSA.Apply
Centenary Out-of-State GrantStudents that attend Centenary College from states other than Louisiana are eligible for up to $3,500 to help defray costs associated with attending the school.Apply!
State Educational Assistance ProgramThis is a grant program designed to help the children and spouses of those that have served in the US armed forces and who were either killed in the line of duty or as a result of wartime disability.Apply!
Air Force College Grant ProgramsLouisiana Colleges and Universities have many Air Force active-duty personnel enrolled in classes. The Air force Tuition Assistance program provides up to $4,500 per year toward voluntary, off duty education. Grants are available for on base, off base or long distance, online learning.Apply!
Army College GrantsThe army provides grants to the spouses of active servicemen and women to help them pursue a college or university degree in Louisiana (or any other state). It is a needs based program and provides up to $2,500 per academic year.Apply!
Navy and Marine College GrantsActive Marines are eligible to apply for grants of up to $2,000 that are accepted in to the the enlisted Commissioning Program, Marine Enlisted Commissioning Education Program or the Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program. Grants are administered throught the Admiral Mike Boorda Seaman to Admiral Education Assistance Program (AMBSAEA).Apply!
American Association of University Women (AAUW)This organization provides help to female students all across the country that wish to pursue higher education. Apply!
Jeannette Rankin FoundationThis organization specializes in helping financially disadvantaged women aged 35 or older.Apply!
The Sunshine Llady FoundationThis group provides grants to battered women and women who have been victims of domestic violence.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
Barking Foundation GrantEligibility for this grant is determined by financial need and residency.Apply!
NextGen Student Grant ProgramNextGen offers several different ways for Maine residents to receive a grant for higher education.Apply!
Harold Alfond College ChallengeThe Harold Alfond College Challenge Grant is a $500 grant awarded to babies under one year of age upon opening a NextGen account.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
Pell GrantsThe Pell Grant is the most prevalent awarded grant for college students.Apply!
Academic Competitiveness GrantAnother Federal Grant is the Academic Competitiveness Grant (AC Grant) it is awarded to freshman and sophomores who are eligible for the Pell Grant.Apply!
SMART GrantThe National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grant (SMART Grant) provides up to $4,000 to eligible juniors and seniors.Apply!
Minority GrantsAlong with the above mentioned federal grants, there are many minority grants available such as: African American, Hispanic, Asian and Native American. Apply!
Guaranteed Access Grant-MarylandThis grant is awarded to approximately 1,000 undergraduate and graduate students each year.Apply!
JF Tolbert Grant ProgramThe J.F. Tolbert Memorial Student Grant Program is given out to eligible freshmen and sophomores enrolled in private career schools in Maryland with at least 18 work hours per week.Apply!
Sharon Christa McAuliffe Grant ProgramThe Sharon Christa McAuliffe Teacher Education Critical Shortage Grant Program is awarded to 137 undergraduate and graduate juniors and seniors each year.Apply!
Police Association GrantThe Maryland Chiefs of Police Association is awarded to two students each year who are enrolled in a law enforcement or criminal justice program.Apply!
The Part Time Grant ProgramThis is for part-time, 6-11 credits per semester, degree seeking undergraduates enrolled in a two or four year program.Apply!
Education Assistance GrantsThis is a need-based grant that is awarded to between 11,000 and 20,000 undergraduate students each year.Apply!
Physical and Occupational Therapists and Assistants Grant ProgramFor Maryland residents training to be physical, occupational or therapy assistants and attending school in Maryland.Apply!
Need-Based ScholarshipThere is a special Need- Based Senatorial Scholarship that is worth mentioning. High school seniors and full or part-time undergraduate and graduate students who are residents of Maryland may qualify.Apply!
The Graduate and Professional Scholarship ProgramFor Maryland residents training to be physical, occupational or therapy assistants and attending school in Maryland.Apply!
The College Bound FoundationCollege Bound Foundation in Baltimore is a non-profit institution that helps to make it possible for underprivileged students to go to college.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
Foster Child Grant ProgramThis grant program was funded in 2001 by the Massachusetts Legislature and provides up to $6,000 annually for foster children to attend college.Apply!
MASSGrant ProgramThis grant program is funded by the Massachusetts Legislature and provides financial aid to residents of Massachusetts on an as-needed basis.Apply!
Massachusetts Gilbert Matching Student Grant Program (GMSGP)This grant funds students who are attending participating Massachusetts institutions and approved schools of nursing.Apply!
Massachusetts Educational Rewards Grant ProgramThis program was established by the Massachusetts Legislature to provide assistance to low income workers who are looking to better themselves and transition to jobs in high demand categories.Apply!
Massachusetts Part-Time GrantThis program reaches out to those who are seeking higher education but can only dedicate part-time status due to demographic and economic changes.Apply!
Massachusetts Public Service Grant ProgramThis program was established to help serve those who have endured the loss of a parent or spouse that was killed in the line of public service duty in Massachusetts.Apply!
Paraprofessional Teacher Preparation Grant ProgramEstablished by the Massachusetts Legislature to provide financial assistance to residents of Massachusetts who are currently employed as paraprofessionals in the public school system and want to be certified full-time as teachers.Apply!
Massachusetts Cash Grant ProgramThis program is designed to help needy students to pay for charges and fees that varies by institution and to help with non-state supported tuition expenses.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
Michigan Tuition Incentive Programhe Michigan Tuition Incentive Program or TIP is designed to help encourage individuals who might not otherwise complete their high school career to do so.Apply!
Benefits of Tuition Incentive Program Phase IPhase I of the Tuition Incentive Program requires that a student enter college within four years of their high school graduation.Apply!
Benefits of Tuition Incentive Program Phase IIPhase II provides tuition assistance for up to $2,000 through the completion of a four year degree.Apply!
Children of Veterans Tuition GrantThe Children of Veterans Tuition Grant seeks to provide eligible children of Michigan veterans with scholarships and grants to attend college within the state.Apply!
Michigan Competitive ScholarshipThe Michigan Competitive Scholarship is one of the few grants that are still offered on an academic basis within the state of Michigan.Apply!
Michigan Tuition GrantThe Michigan Tuition Grant was created by the state of Michigan to assist individuals who may have financial need and still need additional funding to pursue their educational goals.Apply!
Michigan Police Officer's and Fire Fighter's Survivors ProgramThis program was developed to provide a safety net for public safety professionals who die in the line of duty.Apply!
Michigan Promise ScholarshipThe Michigan Promise Scholarship has currently been placed on hold due to a lack of funding through the state government.Apply!
Stay on Top of Your Financial AidMake sure to contact the OSG as soon as possible. Many awards are based on the time that you graduate from high school, what college you are attending as well as whether or not you have financial need for the grant/scholarship.Apply!


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Minnesota Department of AgricultureThe Minnesota Department of Agriculture offers several grants for students choosing certain agriculture related majors. Some grants apply to food preparation and dietary fields.Apply!
Minnesota Department of EducationThe Minnesota Department of Education offers a number of teacher related grants to encourage students to pursue education as a major.Apply!
Minnesota Department of HealthThe Minnesota Department of Health offers several grants applicable to hospital-related fields, community-based organizations as well as grants specific to profit and non-profit organizations.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
Critical Needs Teacher Loan/Scholarship Program (CNTP)The goal of the Critical Needs Teacher Program is to offer scholarship incentives to juniors and seniors in teaching programs so that graduates can be retained as classroom teachers in Mississippi.Apply!
Critical Needs Alternative Route Teacher Loan/Scholarship Program (CNAR)he Critical Needs Alternative Route Teacher Loan/Scholarship Program focuses on the critical areas both geographically and by subject area, such as math and sciences, where there are needs for qualified teachers.Apply!
Family Protection Specialist Social Worker Loan/Scholarship (SWOR)The Family Protection Specialist Social Worker Loan/Scholarship program was established to encourage employees of the Department of Human Services who work as family protection workers to obtain the necessary college education that would allow them to become licensed social workers and family protection specialists.Apply!
Freshmen Achievement GrantThe Freshmen Achievement Grant is an opportunity grant program that is geared towards commuter students who attend Mississippi College in Clinton, Mississippi.Apply!
Georgia Ann Bernard Hall Award for ExcellenceThe Georgia Ann Bernard Hall Award for Excellence is targeted towards African-American nursing students in a BSN program at a Mississippi university.Apply!
Gulf Coast Research Lab Minority Summer Grant for Undergraduates (GCLR-UG)The Gulf Coast Research Lab Minority Summer Grant for Undergraduates program is geared towards minority students who are interested in majoring in marine and environmental sciences.Apply!
Health Care Professions Loan/Scholarship for Undergraduates (HCP-UG)The Health Care Professions Loan/Scholarship for Undergraduates is targeted towards undergraduate students interested in majoring in Speech Pathology or Psychology.Apply!
Higher Education Legislative Plan (HELP)The Higher Education Legislative Plan provides tuition assistance to students whose financial need are not met by grants and scholarships from other sources.Apply!
Mississippi Eminent Scholars Grant (MESG)The Mississippi Eminent Scholars Grant is designated for students interested in achieving a post-secondary education in Mississippi at an approved and eligible two-year or four-year college or university.Apply!
Mississippi Nurses Foundation ScholarshipAn annual scholarship is awarded by the Mississippi Nurses Foundation to a student in a basic professionally registered nursing program within the state of Mississippi.Apply!
Mississippi Press Association Education FoundationThe Mississippi Press Association Education Foundation offers annual scholarships for students majoring in journalism at a Mississippi college or university.Apply!
Mississippi Public Management Graduate InternThe Mississippi Public Management Graduate Intern program provides funds to graduate students in the Public Administration, Public Policy and Administration or Criminal Justice Administration programs at four of Mississippi's major universities: Jackson State University, Mississippi State University, University of Mississippi, or University of Southern Mississippi.Apply!
Mississippi State Promise ProgramGeared towards low income families who wish to send their students to Mississippi State University, the Mississippi State Promise Program offers financial assistance to qualifying students to help bridge the gap between federal, state, and other financial aid and the tuition at the university.Apply!
Mississippi Tuition Assistance Grant (MTAG)This grant program, designed to provide financial assistance to Mississippi residents, was established by the Mississippi state legislature.Apply!
Nissan ScholarshipDesignated for residents of Mississippi that are attending public community colleges or universities in Mississippi, the Nissan Scholarship provides funds to cover tuition, fees, and books based on certain award criteria.Apply!
Nursing Education Loan/Scholarship BSN (NELB)The Nursing Education Loan/Scholarship BSN program strives to encourage legal residents of Mississippi to pursue careers in nursing by offering financial assistance up to $4,000 per academic year.Apply!
Nursing Education Loan/Scholarship Masters (NELM)The financial aid program is similar to the NELB in that it offers financial assistance to nursing students pursing a Masters degree in nursing at a Mississippi institution of higher learning. With the same goal to increase the number of nurses in Mississippi, it also has the same obligation criteria as the NELB.Apply!
Nursing Teacher Stipend (NTSP-Masters & NTSP- Ph.d./DNP)The Nursing Teacher Stipend program strives to address the nursing/teacher shortage in Mississippi by offering financial assistance to those wishing to pursue a Master's degree, Ph.d. degree, or DNP in nursing.Apply!
Ole Miss Opportunity ProgramFor those interested in attending the University of Mississippi and demonstrating a financial need, there is the Ole Miss Opportunity Program to help accommodate tuition, room and board.Apply!
SREB Doctoral Scholars (SDSP)The SREB Doctoral Scholars Program is geared towards addressing the under-representation of minority students in doctoral programs in Mississippi colleges and universities.Apply!
Summer Developmental Program Grant (SDPG)The Summer Developmental Program Grant assists students with financial need who do not meet admission criteria to the state's public universities.Apply!
Sumners GrantThe Sumners Grant is a grant provided by the Sumners Trust for Mississippi residents in the counties of Attala, Carroll, Choctaw, Montgomery or Webster County.Apply!
William Winter Alternative Route Teacher Scholarship Loan Program (WWAR)The William Winter Alternative Route Teacher Scholarship is designed for Junior and Senior students who are Mississippi residents and who wish to become classroom teachers.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
Access Missouri Financial Assistance ProgramThe Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program is the largest need-based grant program in the state of Missouri.Apply!
Vietnam Veteran Survivor Grant ProgramThe Vietnam Veteran Survivor Grant Program offers up to 12 grants each year to a surviving child and/or spouse of a veteran who served in Vietnam during the years of 1961 to 1972.Apply!
Wartime Veteran’s Survivors Grant ProgramThe Wartime Veteran’s Survivors Grant Program provides up to 25 grants each year to a child and/or spouse of a veteran who has been killed or wounded in combat, or who has been 80% disabled due to wounds from combat since 9/11/2001.Apply!


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The Montana higher Education Grant (MHEG)applied under the original heading of Montana State Student incentive Grant. MHEG is a Need-based grant program. The funds made available and awarded through the MHEG program is a state matched application of the LEAP program.Apply!
The Montana Tuition Assistances Program (MTAP)known also as the Baker Grant. Both MHEG and MTAP are defined as eligible grant programs under the Leveraging Education Assistance Partnership Grant (LEAP) Program as developed and approved by the U.S. Department of Education.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
General Nebraska State GrantsThese grants are available to people that show a serious economic need for college funding. To get these need based grants, you must fill out the FAFSA and be eligible for the Federal Pell Grant.Apply!
Robert C. Byrd Honors ScholarshipThis scholarship is more of a grant than a scholarship. It is a state funded scholarship that awards any and every high school student in the state of Nebraska a $1,500 scholarship for their hard work and achievement.Apply!
American Legion GrantsThese grants and scholarships are available to students that have a parent or guardian that were service men or women that passed away during the September 11, 2001 Twin Tower bombing.Apply!
Academic Competitiveness GrantThe Academic Competitiveness Grant is eligible to students that have excellent grades and have taken challenging coursework throughout high school.Apply!
Nebraska State GrantThis grant is only available to those students that have received a Pell Grant but still show need for further funding to pay for college. Students must be a resident of Nebraska and have already been accepted to an accredited Nebraska college, technical school or university.Apply!
Nebraska Loan Repayment Grant for Medical StudentsThis grant deserves special mention because as many Nebraskans know, there is a huge shortage in medical professionals all throughout Nebraska.Apply!
Nursing Student Grant ProgramNorman and Ruth Good Educational EndowmentApply!
Nebraska National Guard Tuition Creditgain, this is not a grant nor is it a scholarship. To be eligible for this money, you must be a member of the Nebraska Air Force National Guard or the Nebraska Army National Guard.Apply!
Raise the Nation Foundation GrantThis grant is only offered to single mothers trying to go back to school to get into a career. There are certain programs that do not apply such as theoretic applications, and philosophy.Apply!
Association of American-Indian Affairs GrantThis grant financially supports American Indians of the Nebraska tribal areas. To be eligible for this grant, students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.Apply!
Loan Forgiveness for Teaching in Shortage Areas or Low Income SchoolsThis is not a scholarship nor is it a grant; it is a loan forgiveness, which serves as a grant. In order to be eligible for this loan forgiveness, you must be teaching in an area that is under privileged or teaching at a tribal school.Apply!
EMU National Scholars GrantThis grant is awarded to any Nebraska resident that has chosen to go to school in a different state. The grant is a four year award that will cover up to thirty credit hours a year of out-of-state tuition. To be eligible, you must be a freshman entering collage or a university for the first time.Apply!
AQHF Christopher Junker Memorial Nebraska GrantThis grant is awarded to members of the American Quarter Horse Foundation of Nebraska.Apply!
Nebraska Elks Association Vocational GrantThis grant is available to any high school senior in Nebraska that plans to attend a community college, trade school, or technical school. The grant will pay for any vocational or technical program that is two years or less. With this grant, you can earn a certificate, diploma or Associates Degree.Apply!
Childhood Cancer Survivor GrantThis grant is eligible to any college student in the state of Nebraska that is a childhood cancer survivor. Deadline to apply for this award is March 13, annually.Apply!
Nebraska Pell GrantAny person that shows a financial need to attend school is eligible for a Pell Grant. This is the grant the federal government gives to each state to dole out to students that show a need.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
National SMART GrantAn additional grant opportunity for students in scientific and technical fields is the National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grant, known as the National SMART Grant.Apply!
NASA Space GrantA Nevada grant program that targets students in other specific fields is the University and Community College of Nevada NASA Space Grant and Fellowship Program.Apply!
Nevada TEACH GrantNevada currently has a shortage of K-12 teachers in certain subject fields, namely mathematics, science, and special education. The state participates in the Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education Grant program, called the TEACH Grant, in order to give aspiring teachers incentives to enter these fields.Apply!
Nevada's Foster Youth GrantFor prospective college students in Nevada who have lived in the foster care system, the state offers the Foster Youth Grant Program. Foster youths who have reached the age of eighteen, or "aged out" of the foster care system can qualify for a college grant of up to $5,000.Apply!
Nevada Healthcare Access ProgramApplicants for grants through the Nevada Healthcare Access Program must also complete the FAFSA as well as submit proof of a minimum grade point average.Apply!

New Hampshire

Grant NameDescriptionURL
NHIP ProgramApply!
New England Regional Student ProgramAlso, for residents of New England states there is the New England Regional Student Program. It gives significant tuition help for students enrolled in the approved majors at public universities and collages in the New England states, if the approved majors are not offered by the in-state colleges of the student.Apply!
Medical Education ProgramThe Medical Education Program awards New Hampshire residents grants to attend institutions offering allopathic and osteopathic medicine programs.Apply!
Veterinary GrantsThe Veterinary Grant Program is for veterinary school students residing in New Hampshire. Its criteria is financial need as well as academic merit.Apply!
Pell GrantThe New Hampshire Pell Grant is for students participating in the Federal Student Aid Program to attend college in New Hampshire. Those with an EFC lower than 3850 are eligible. There are almost 60 colleges and universities listed that participate in the Pell Grant Program.Apply!
Workforce Incentive ProgramThe New Hampshire Workforce Incentive Program gives grants to students who study in fields where there is a shortage of personnel.Apply!
Wildlife Research GrantsAV Stout Fund Research Grants are to support research in New England wildlife and its habitat. The aim is to improve wildlife management through innovation. This grant is available to students, resource managers, interns and organizations that qualify.Apply!
Robert Byrd ScholarshipThe Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship is a federally funded scholarship for high achievers in New Hampshire public schools.Apply!
EMU National ScholarsThe EMU National Scholars Program is for resident students in states other than Michigan or Ohio. It is for four years and pays 30 credit hours annually as tuition differential.Apply!
Lighthouse ScholarshipsLighthouse scholarships are available for the legally blind or partially sighted who are U.S. citizens and reside in New Hampshire among other states.Apply!

New Jersey

Grant NameDescriptionURL
Educational Opportunity Grant FundThis grant is for students who need additional aid beyond what is covered by TAG. It can be used by both graduate and undergraduate students for any educational expense, including books, fees and room and board.Apply!
POW/MIA Dependents GrantThis grant is for New Jersey students whose parents were declared prisoners of war or missing in action after January 1, 1960. It can cover the entire cost of their tuition for any major, but only four awards are granted each year.Apply!
Veterans Tuition Credit ProgramThis award is granted in both the fall and the spring and can help New Jersey veterans obtain a graduate or a doctoral degree. Each semester, 119 of these students are given between $200 and $400.Apply!
Disengaged Adults Returning to School ProgramThe purpose of this grant is to encourage students who have left college to return and obtain a degree. It is financed by a three-year federal grant that plans to create self-sustaining programs at participating universities.Apply!
Dual Enrollment GrantsThe Dual Enrollment Incentive Grants are unique because they target students still in high school rather than college undergraduates or graduate students.Apply!
College Bound Grant ProgramThis program does not directly pay for students' tuition, but it does help them prepare for college.Apply!

New Mexico

Grant NameDescriptionURL
Lottery Success ScholarshipsThese scholarships are funded through the New Mexico Higher Education Department and provide thousands of students each year with funding for their college education.Apply!
New Mexico Scholars ProgramThe New Mexico Scholars Program is available to students looking to attend a public college or university in New Mexico.Apply!
Legislative Endowment ProgramThis scholarship program is also designed to help economically disadvantaged students pay for college.Apply!
Education Trust Board Pathways ScholarshipThe Education Trust Board Pathways Scholarship is a one-time scholarship available to students who graduate from a New Mexico high school.Apply!
Robert C. Byrd Honors ScholarshipThe Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship is another funding opportunity geared towards students who demonstrate high academic achievement.Apply!
The T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® NEW MEXICO Scholarship ProgramThe T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® NEW MEXICO Scholarship Program is a great program designed to help people working in the field of early childhood education earn their degree.Apply!
Santa Fe Community Foundation ScholarshipThe Santa Fe Community Foundation Scholarship is a great opportunity for students from Santa Fe, Rio Arriba, Taos, Los Alamos, San Miguel or Mora counties.Apply!
American Indian Services Scholarship ProgramThe American Indian Services Scholarship Program is designed to help students who are members of a federally recognized tribe receive funding for educational costs.Apply!
Institute for American Indian Education ScholarshipThis scholarship is geared towards students looking to pursue a teaching or administrative license.Apply!
Sussman-Miller Educational Assistance Award ProgramThis financial aid program is named in honor of Shirley Sussman Spiewak, who spent much of her life working for educational and charitable organizations.Apply!
New Mexico Medical Loan-for-Service ProgramThis program is aimed to help medical students repay student loans after graduation.Apply!
New Mexico Teacher Loan-for-Service ProgramThis program is exactly like the Medical Loan-for-Service program except that it applies to those who wish to teach after graduation.Apply!
American Indian ScholarshipThe American Indian Scholarship is a one-time scholarship opportunity for people of American Indian descent.Apply!

New York

Grant NameDescriptionURL
Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)TAP is New York's largest grant program. Depending on the year and amount of financial need, grants may be awarded in amounts up to $5,000 annually, and are available for all approved years of undergraduate study.Apply!
Aid For Part Time Study (APTS)The State University of New York's Educational Opportunity Program provides a unique opportunity for under prepared or economically disadvantaged students seeking to enroll in a state undergraduate program.Apply!
Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP)HEOP is similar in design to the Educational Assistance Program, but is available at 69 colleges and universities throughout the state, including many private institutions such as Cornell, Columbia, and New York University.Apply!

North Carolina

Grant NameDescriptionURL
North Carolina Student Incentive Grant (NCSIG)This grant is provided by the North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority.Apply!
North Carolina Community College Grant ProgramCollege tuition is expensive, even if it is only community college. Fortunately, there are grants to help minimize the cost.Apply!
North Carolina Legislative Tuition GrantThis grant was started by the General Assembly in order to help North Carolina residents that are planning to attend an independent, nonprofit institution within the state. Typically, costs are higher in these institutions, which is why this grant was created.Apply!
Shinn GrantThe Shinn Grant is awarded to graduate students that are pursing a career in native plant research.Apply!
Education Access Rewards North Carolina Scholars Fund (NCERN)This program was created to help the residents of North Carolina meet education costs. The program was brought about by the North Carolina General Assembly.Apply!
Golden Leaf ProgramThere are two different forms of this grant, which are the two-year program and the four-year program. To apply for either one, students must be a legal resident of the state of North Carolina.Apply!
North Carolina Education LotteryEvery school year, the North Carolina Education Lottery program provides financial assistance to students that are in need. The award amount can be up to $2,500 and these are given until the funds run out.Apply!
Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grants (SEOG)Unlike many of the state grants, the Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant is provided by the federal government.Apply!
National Smart GrantThe National Smart Grant is another form of aid that residents of North Carolina are eligible to get. It is a subjec-tspecific grant, so check the requirements closely when considering applying for this grant.Apply!

North Dakota

Grant NameDescriptionURL
The Pell GrantSubmit your FAFSA early; it automatically submits an application for the Pell Grant. This grant is based completely on financial need. The deadline is March 15.Apply!
Supplemental Educational Opportunity GrantThis grant is an extension of the Pell Grant, reserved for undergraduate students who exhibit exceptional financial need. Funding is limited for this grant, so early applicants will be more successful.Apply!
Academic Competitiveness GrantFirst and second year recipients of the Pell grant who pursue a rigorous course of academic study qualify for this grant. Yet another reason to fill out that FAFSA right away.Apply!
SMART GrantThird and fourth year undergrads, this one is for you. It is another extension of the Pell Grant, applied for with the FAFSA.Apply!
Indian Scholarship ProgramScholarships based on a combination of need and merit are awarded to 150-175 students.Apply!
Tribal Higher Education GrantIn order to qualify, applicants must be an enrolled member and have at least 1/4 degree of Native American descent from a federally recognized tribe.Apply!
North Dakota Scholarship ProgramThis merit-based scholarship is designed to keep some of the brightest students in the state. Scholarships are available for the top 55-60 students in North Dakota's colleges and universities.Apply!
North Dakota State Student Incentive Grants ProgramOtherwise known as the "State Grant Program," North Dakota awards 7900 to 8500 students with $800 to $1500 per academic year.Apply!
North Dakota Space Consortium Grant ScholarshipsThe NDSCG funds scholarships at each of the two-and four-year colleges as well as the tribal colleges in North Dakota.Apply!
Janet Monroe Wendschlag & Bryan John Wendschlag Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship was created to memorialize a woman and her son who perished in an airliner crash in Sioux City, IA in 1989.Apply!
ACS Cancer Survivor College ScholarshipThe American Cancer Society established this scholarship for young cancer survivors. Applicants must not be older than 25, and must have been diagnosed with cancer prior to age 21. They must be graduating high school in this coming year, or continuing college.Apply!
North Dakota Robert C. Byrd ScholarshipThis merit scholarship is based on outstanding academic achievement. Students with an ACT score of at least 30 are the only applicants considered.Apply!
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Occupations Student Loan Program(STEM)Grants of up to $1500 per year are applied as repayment toward the student loans of people trained in these specific fields, and staying and working in North Dakota in a technical field. There is a cap of $6000, but that will surely make a big dent in a student's loan balance.Apply!
Teacher Shortage Loan Forgiveness ProgramNorth Dakota has identified some curriculum areas, grade levels, and geographical locations that have definite teacher shortages.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
Ohio Instructional Grant (OIG)The Ohio Instructional Grant offers between $78 and $5500 dollars in grant money to undergrad students of Ohio colleges and universities. This grant is for full-time students only. The amount of grant money rewarded is based on the needs of the individual student.Apply!
Part-time Student Instructional GrantThe Part-time Student Instructional Grant is available for students who would otherwise qualify for the Ohio Instructional Grant, but who are only enrolled in 12 or less credit hours worth of courses.Apply!
Student Workforce Development GrantThe Student Workforce Development Grant offers some financial aid to those interested in attending proprietary schools or private career colleges.Apply!
Ohio College Opportunity Grant (OCOG)The Ohio College Opportunity Grant is another financial needs based grant. In order to be eligible, students must be Ohio residents that are pursuing an Associate's degree, Bachelor's degree, or a diploma from an approved nursing program.Apply!
Ohio Safety Officers College Memorial FundThis grant offers some financial assistance for college tuition to the spouses and children of fallen police officers, firefighters, and other public servants who are killed in the line of duty. Children and spouses of soldiers are also now eligible for this grant.Apply!
Ohio's Regents Graduate/Professional Fellowship ProgramThe Ohio Regent's Graduate/Professional Fellowship Program offers some financial aid that is based on a students academic merit.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
OTAG ProgramThe OTAG is a grant put out by the state government of Oklahoma for the purpose of awarding college tuition to eligible students.Apply!
OTEG ProgramThe OTEG is the second of two grants for Oklahoma. This grant is specifically for residents of Oklahoma that are attempting to obtain their undergraduate degree, full-time.Apply!
Oklahoma Pell GrantSupported by the United States Department of Education, a Pell Grant is a federal grant offered for those applying to or participating in post-secondary education. This grant is based on financial need and is available nationally under federal law.Apply!
The Heartland Scholarship FundThe Heartland Scholarship Fund program awards dependents of those killed in the Oklahoma City Bombings in 1995.Apply!
Oklahoma National Guard Tuition WaiverSponsored by the Oklahoma Military Department, the Oklahoma National Guard Tuition Waiver is a grant dedicated to award members of the Oklahoma National Guard.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
Oregon Opportunity GrantThis grant, which was previously called the State Need Grant, was founded by the Oregon Legislature in the early 1970s to aid the neediest students in Oregon to obtaining a postsecondary education.Apply!
Oregon Chafee Grant for Foster YouthStudents who have been in Foster care in the state of Oregon are eligible for up to $5,000 per year in grants from the Oregon Chafee Grant for Foster Youth.Apply!
Oregon Student Child Care GrantThe Oregon Student Child Care Grant is a program that was founded to help parents secure dependable child care that nutures their childrens development, while the parent is securing his/her post-secondary education.Apply!
Deceased Or Disabled Public Safety GrantDependants of public safety officers who have been disabled or killed in the line of duty are eligible to apply for the Deacesed or Disabled Public Safety Grant, provided they meet all the eligibility requirements.Apply!
Oregon Barber and Hairdresser Grant ProgramThe Oregon Barber and Hairdresser Grant Program provides grants to applicants who are attending a licensed school of hair design, barbering, manicure or cosmetology.Apply!
Academic Competitiveness GrantStudents who are attending their first two years of college, and are eligible for Federal Pell Grants may apply for the Academic Competitiveness Grant.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
NETSNETS or Pennsylvania New Economy Technology Scholarship Program advances scholarship money for studies in the different fields of technology for the 21st century.Apply!
Minority Teacher Incentive Grant ProgramThe Minority Teacher Incentive Grant Program is open to college or university juniors and seniors who fall into a category deemed as minority.Apply!
National Leadership Development GrantThe National Leadership Development Grant is open to prospective students who are Methodist.Apply!
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts GrantThe Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Grant is awarded to institutions and also to individuals attending colleges and universities in Pennsylvania.Apply!
Pennsylvania Chafee Education and Training GrantThe Pennsylvania Chafee Education and Training Grant program is open to Pennsylvania undergraduates who are, or will be aging out of foster care.Apply!
Pennsylvania Postsecondary Education Gratuity ProgramThe Pennsylvania Postsecondary Education Gratuity Program offers aid to the children of firefighters, police, and others who lost their lives in the service of others.Apply!

Rhode Island

Grant NameDescriptionURL
Rhode Island State GrantThe only state grant that families in Rhode Island have at their disposal is the Rhode Island State Grant. The program was designed with goal of helping those who wish to attend college, but do not have the financial means to do so.Apply!

South Carolina

Grant NameDescriptionURL
Palmetto Fellows ScholarshipThe Palmetto Fellows Scholarship seeks to recruit the most academically promising high school seniors in the state to attend in-state institutions, and also seeks to retain talented minority students who might otherwise study out of state.Apply!
LIFE Scholarship ProgramThe LIFE Scholarship (which acronym stands for the Legislative Incentive for Future Excellence), is also a merit-based, rather than need-based, scholarship.Apply!
South Carolina HOPE Scholarship ProgramThe SC HOPE Scholarship Program was established by the state legislature in 2001. This state-funded, merit-based scholarship was created for those students enrolled at a four-year institution who don't qualify for the Palmetto Fellows or LIFE scholarships.Apply!
Lottery Tuition Assistance ProgramThe Lottery Tuition Assistance Program provides help with tuition to South Carolina residents who choose to attend a two-year public or private institution.Apply!
South Carolina Tuition GrantIn addition to this state-funded assistance, the SC state legislature has decided to offset the cost of all eligible students attending some 21 in-state private colleges, as well.Apply!
South Carolina Teacher Loan ProgramAnother program which aims to strengthen the educator pool in the state of South Carolina is the South Carolina Teacher Loan Program.Apply!
PACE ProgramAdditionally, state funds are available for individuals enrolled in the South Carolina Program of Alternative Certification for Educators (PACE), and have received an Educator's Certificate for the current year.Apply!
South Carolina Department of Revenue College Tuition Tax CreditIn light of the financial burden which South Carolina college students and their families bear for higher education, the South Carolina General Assembly created an income tax credit for the tuition paid to in-state colleges and universities.Apply!
Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship ProgramNamed for United States Senator Robert C. Byrd from West Virginia, this scholarship program provides 96 scholarships annually for higher education on an academically competitive basis.Apply!
United States Senate Youth Program ScholarshipCreated in 1962 by the United States Senate, this nationwide youth program provides an opportunity to high school students to spend a week in Washington, D.C. and gain a brief introduction to the federal government and, specifically, the United States Senate.Apply!
Archibald Rutledge Scholarship ProgramNamed for South Carolina's first poet laureate, this scholarship program offers high school seniors (enrolled in a public school in South Carolina) the chance to compete for scholarships in creative writing, dance, theatre, visual arts, or music, and also provides a vehicle of recognition for these seniors of artistic and academic excellence.Apply!

South Dakota

Grant NameDescriptionURL
The Pell Grantsubsidized by the U.S. Department of Education and does not require repaymentApply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
Helping Heroes GrantThe Helping Heroes Grant is a program where honorably discharged veterans of the arm forces are given the chance to receive the award.Apply!
NAIFEH Technical Skills GrantTennessee residents who are technology center students can apply for NAIFEH technical skills grant.Apply!
Tennessee Hope Access GrantYou must apply within sixteen months of high school graduation or GED program. If you are homeschooled you must be enrolled in accredited home school programs for at least two years before you graduate.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
Texas GrantTo qualify, an applicant must be a resident of Texas with no convictions of felonies or drug related crimes. There must exist a financial need and have an EFC (expected family contribution) less than or equal to $4,000.Apply!
Texas Educational Opportunity GrantThis grant is similar to the TEXAS Grant, but offers provisions for a two year college. Many of the same compliance requirements are in place, including the applicant's Texas residency. Apply!
Texas Public Educational GrantThis grant is made available via each public college's program. It's applicable only to those who are attending public colleges within Texas.Apply!
Tuition Equalization Grant ProgramMuch the way the Texas Public Educational Grant is reserved for public colleges, the Tuition Equalization Grant Program is designed to provide financial assistance to those students wishing to attend private non profit colleges within Texas.Apply!
Family Medicine Accelerated Track (FMAT) ProgramThis grant initiative includes more than $1.5 million in funds available to help Texas students graduate within three years as family physicians. Awarded to the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, the goal is to help med students "fast track" their educations.Apply!
The James I Perkins College of Education GrantIf you believe your calling is in the teaching field and you wish to attend the James I. Perkins College of Education, part of the Stephen F. Austin State University located in Nagogdoches, Texas, you may be eligible for one of its annual grants.Apply!
The Charley Wootan GrantIn 2000, a program was established to provide Texas college students greater opportunities and to ensure the lack of financial means would never become a stumbling block. Named after Dr. Charley V. Wootan, a native Texan, the program will award $7 million to students in 2011 alone.Apply!
South Texas College of Law GrantsPlanning on pursuing a career in the legal field? South Texas College of Law offers more than $3.5 million a year in awards, many of them in the form of grants.Apply!
Federal GrantsFinally, don't forget the many federal grants available for Texas students wishing to further their educations.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
The Sterling Scholar Awards of UtahThe Sterling Scholar Awards of Utah provide financial assistance to outstanding high school seniors in Utah for higher education.Apply!
Utah Centennial Opportunity Program for EducationAnother grant program is the Utah Centennial Opportunity Program for Education.Apply!
The Utah Leveraging Education Assistance Partnership ProgramThis award provides financial assistance for college students in Utah who are in financial need.Apply!
Sigma Theta Tau Gamma Rho GrantsThe Sigma Theta Tau Gamma Rho Grants are for research by graduate students or faculty members.Apply!
Professional Development GrantThis grant is awarded competitively to Linguistics Graduate Students toward scholarly participation in professional conferences/conventionsApply!
Utah Centennial Opportunity Program for EducationThe Utah System of Higher Education provides the state funded Utah Centennial Opportunity Program for Education (UCOPE) Grant.Apply!
LEAPUtah offers grants though the Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership Program (LEAP.)Apply!
Fine Arts Free Grant ProgramThe University of Utah's College of Fine Arts offers a Fine Arts Fee Grant program. The grants are funded through the University--a member of the Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority.Apply!
Funding Incentive Seed GrantThe University of Utah Research Foundation sponsors the Funding Incentive Seed Grant program to support new areas of research for a principal investigator (PI.)Apply!
Federal Supplemental GrantsA Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG) provides for undergraduates with exceptional financial need.Apply!
UCOPEA Utah Centennial Grant (UCOPE) is offered to undergraduates with exceptional financial need. Students with the lowest EFCs are given priority as are students who receive Pell Grants.Apply!
Federal Work Study ProgramThe Federal Work-Study (FWS) program at Utah State University helps undergraduate and graduate students with financial need jobs.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
Vermont Incentive GrantThis grant is for full-students in Vermont seeking their first bachelor’s degree or those working on their doctorate in the school of veterinary medicine at the Vermont College of Medicine.Apply!
Vermont Part Time GrantsThe Part-Time Grant is given to students in Vermont who are attending a university on a part-time basis.Apply!
Vermont Non-Degree GrantsA Vermont Non-Degree Grants is a program designed to offer funding for individuals enrolled in technical or vocational schools, rather than pursuing a degree.Apply!
Vermont Incentive grantEligibility requirements for the Vermont Incentive Grant include the following: The prospective student must be enrolled, or at least have been accepted, in a certificate program or undergraduate degree academic program.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
Federal Pell GrantThe Federal Pell Grant is disbursed to Virginia students with financial need. The grant is given primarily to undergraduate students. In some cases, post baccalaureate students are eligible for this financial assistance.Apply!
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)The FSEOG is awarded to students that are also eligible for the Pell Grant. The grant is intended for students with great financial need, and it is supposed to work in conjunction with the Pell to provide financial assistance to eligible students.Apply!
Academic Competitiveness GrantVirginia students must first be eligible for the Pell Grant to be considered for this award. The student must have graduated from a secondary school with a rigorous high school curriculum.Apply!
SMART GrantThis grant award is available to Virginia juniors and seniors in college. Virginia students wanting to obtain this grant must also be eligible for the Pell Grant.Apply!
Teach Grant ProgramThis grant is designated for students that want to pursue a career in teaching. This grant pays up to $4,000 annually. Congress created this program to encourage teachers to teach in certain low-income areas.Apply!
Virginia Commonwealth Award ProgramThis grant program is open to undergraduate students. The amount of the award varies depending on funding. The award is based on residency in the state of Virginia. This grant is specifically for students that can demonstrate significant financial need.Apply!
Virginia Guaranteed Assistance ProgramVirginia residents are also eligible to apply for this award. The student must have graduated from a high school with at least a 2.5 GPA.Apply!
Tuition Assistance Grant ProgramThis grant program is available to both undergraduate students and graduate students. Graduate students can receive an award up to $1,900.Apply!
College Grant Assistance Programhis grant is available for students pursuing either an undergraduate or graduate degree. The award can vary. Award amounts can range from $400-$5000 per year.Apply!
Virginia Tuition Assistance GrantThis monetary assistance is for full-time Virginia students. The grant is for students that attend a private college and university, and it is specifically geared toward actual Virginia residents.Apply!
Bernice Pickins Parsons FundThis grant program is awarded to residents of Virginia. The award can only be given to 10 recipients each year. The total amount of the award is $500 per recipient.Apply!
Ferrum College Tuition Assistance GrantThis grant gives $2,000 to Franklin County High School graduates or Franklin County residents. This money is given to students pursuing an undergraduate education at Ferrum College.Apply!
Virginia Higher Education Teacher Assistance ProgramThis grant is designed to encourage more Virginia teachers. The student must be enrolled full-time and demonstrate financial need.Apply!
Virginia War Orphans Education ProgramThis grant program provides financial assistance to surviving children of Virginia War Veterans. In order to qualify, the parent of the student must have served in the military and be disabled or deceased due to war participation. The parent of the student must have been a resident of Virginia at the time of enlistment.Apply!
Gateway William and MaryThis grant program is designed for men and women who can not afford to pay for a college education. Gateway starts at the point that traditional financial aid ends.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
The DC Adoption GrantThe DC Adoption Grant was authorized in 2001 by the Adoption Voucher Act and is designed to give financial assistance to those students in the District of Columbia area who were adopted or lived in foster care; the grant is also extended to those students who had a parent killed in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.Apply!
The DC Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership Program (LEAP)The DC Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership Program is a grant that is based on financial need. Disadvantaged students in the District of Columbia area are eligible to receive financial aid if they are enrolled in an eligible instution for at least part-time (6 credit hours per semester).Apply!
The DC College Access Program (DC-CAP) Last Dollar AwardsThe DC College Access Program (DC-CAP) Last Dollar Awards provide students with up to $2,000 per year for no more than five consecutive years. These award amounts are given to help students with additional expenses after receiving financial aid.Apply!
Loyola CollegeGeorgetown provides disadvantages students with financial aid through their own need-based grant program. The University offers up thousands of dollars in scholarship and grant programs, offering students up to $35,000 in financial aid depending on requirements and eligibilty being met.Apply!

West Virginia

Grant NameDescriptionURL
West Virgina Pell GrantThe West Virginia Pell Grant is available to students in West Virgina demonstrating documented financial need.Apply!
West Virginia Grant ProgramsWest Virgina students have several grant options available. It is recommended that students apply for as many as they qualify for. Receipt of multiple grant money is permitted in most cases. Many community-based foundations offer grants with qualifying criteria.Apply!
West Virginia Higher Education GrantThe West Virgina Higher Education Grant is a need-based grant for undergraduate students in West Virgina who attend an approved private or public university or college in the state of West Virgina or Pennsylvania.Apply!
Bernice Pickens Parsons FundThe Bernice Pickens Parsons Fund is a renewable grant award specifically for high school seniors in West Virgina who intend to pursue library science, paraprofessional training (legal field) or nursing.Apply!
West Virginia Space GrantThe West Virgina Space Grant is available through the Consortium Undergraduate Scholarship Program. Awards are from $1000 to $2000 and applicable to most West Virgina collegesApply!
West Virgina Nursing And Medical GrantsNursing grants are available from several sources in West Virgina. The basic requirement is that the student be enrolled in nursing courses.Apply!
Advanced Education Nursing GrantStudents attending an accredited nursing school, academic health center or public or private institutions are eligible for grants offered through this program.Apply!
West Virginia University Research CorporationSeveral grants for students involved with research projects are available such as the Susan Harwood Training Grant.Apply!
West Virginia Center for NursingSeveral grants and scholarships are available. All applications are available directly online.Apply!v
Grants For Part-time Adult StudentsThere is no age limit on grants. Some are geared specifically towards adult students.Apply!
The Higher Education Adult Part-Time Student (HEAPS) GrantHEAPS is for part-time adult students enrolled in a West Virgina college or university meeting at least part-time attendance requirements.Apply!
Teaching And Education-Related GrantsState and federal grants are available to West Virgina students who are interested in pursuing a career in teaching. Apply!
Teaching American History GrantSpecific to the field of American history and contingent on financial need.Apply!
Webster County FundGrants are geared towards residents of Webster County covering several fields including culture and heritage, arts, park and recreation, education, beautification and health and human services.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
Hearing and Visually Handicapped Student GrantThis grant can be used at either in state or out of state universities. It is intended for those who suffer from severe hearing and/or visual impairments that make attending a college a barrier for them.Apply!
Wisconsin Tuition GrantTo be eligible for a WTG, students must be enrolled at a private higher learning institution. The award amount is based on financial need, with a minimum amount of $250, with maximum amounts varying based on funding.Apply!
Wisconsin National Guard Tuition ProgramTo be eligible for a WTG, students must be enrolled at a private higher learning institution. The award amount is based on financial need, with a minimum amount of $250, with maximum amounts varying based on funding. This grant is given to members of the National Guard who meet certain qualifications.Apply!
Iraq & Afghanistan Service GrantAnother grant for military is the Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant. This grant is new for the 201011 term. This grant amount can be up to $5,500.Apply!
FSEOG Grant ProgramThis grant is available to Pell Grant recipient who demonstrate the greatest financial need. Between $100 and $4,000 is allocated for eligible students receiving this grant award.Apply!
TEACH Grant ProgramFor Wisconsin students pursuing a teaching degree in a public or private school system that teaches lowincome students, the TEACH Grant offers up to $4,000 in award assistance. This grant was established in 2007.Apply!
SMART GrantThe SMART Grant is a grant available to juniors and seniors in college.Apply!


Grant NameDescriptionURL
Wyoming Pell GrantFinancial Need (Expected Family Contribution less than $3,850 as defined on the FAFSA)Apply!
Leveraging Education Assistance Partnership (LEAP) GrantFinancial Need (Expected Family Contribution less than $3,850 as defined on the FAFSA)Apply!
Athletic Grants-In-Aid at the University of WyomingFinancial Need and athlete at the University of WyomingApply!
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Grant Meet state guidelines to qualify for Vocational RehabilitationApply!
Wyoming National Guard Education Assistance Plan GrantsActivity Wyoming National Guard memberApply!
Vietnam Veterans AwardsActivity military service between August 5, 1964 and May 7, 1975.Apply!
Wyoming's Investment in Nursing ProgramNeed based as defined by the FAFSAApply!
Wyoming Space Grant Program UndergraduatesInterest in conducting research in science, math, engineering or technology Fellowship grant based on providing opportunity for student researchApply!
Wyoming Space Grant Program GraduatesConducting independent research as part of an M.S. or Ph.D.Apply!
Leveraging Education Assistance Partnership Program (LEAPP)Exceptional financial need/lowest expected family contributions defined by the FAFSA. Amount of grant is determined by the following: when you apply, financial need, and school funding and financial aid policies.Apply!
Wyoming Catholic College Need-based grantsNeed based. Meets remaining coast after other payment and work study options have been utilized.Apply!
Federal GrantsUndergraduate student with no prior degree. Amount determined by financial need, cost of school, and enrollment status.Apply!
TEACH GrantU.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen. Enrolled in participating undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, or graduate student postsecondary educational program.Apply!
Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grand (FESOG) Exceptional financial need/lowest expected family contributions defined by the FAFSA. Amount of grant is determined by the following: when you apply, financial need, school funding and financial aid policies.Apply!
Academic Competiveness Grant (AGC) U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen.Apply!
National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent (SMART) GrantBe a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen. Be a 3rd or 4th year undergraduate student. Minimum of half time enrollment.Apply!
Iraq and Afghanistan Service GrantNot eligible for the Pell Grant. Parent or guardian was a member of the U.S. Armed Forces and died during services performed in Iraq or Afghanistan after September 11, 2001. Under 24 years old. Enrolled in college at least part-time at the time of the parent/guardian's deathApply!