About Educational Grants

Educational grants help students pay their tuition fees, where the monetary assistance comes from the federal government. This assistance can be obtained by writing for an educational grant, explaining why the student requires the assistance and how it will benefit both the student and their community. Students wishing to obtain grants should research the different educational grants available and decide which ones best fit their needs.

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college students grants are the only option to pursue education as only a few students are really able to afford the high cost of college education which is in the region of $20,000 per year at a State university....

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College students grants are the only option to pursue education as only a few students are really able to afford the high cost of college education which is in the region of $20,000 per year at a State university. It is only the privileged few who can pay their way through college without being dependent on any other source. Most parents are not able to set aside any money for a college fund. Some may try, second job may help, but never enough to see through college. Therefore majority of the students are in need of grants, scholarship and student loans. Grants and scholarships are gifts of money with no strings attached in terms of pay back while student loans, in some cases without interest or with low interest, but still with a condition to pay back which probably take the most part of one’s life to do so. Therefore that would be the last option a student would want to make use of.

College Grants are made available by respective Universities which will define the purpose of the grant. The common sources that grant funding are the:

Federal and State governments which are pumping  in a lot of money to implement the No Child Left Behind Act.

Colleges and Universities who have their own grants available for stipulated criteria 

Public and private organizations of the nation or the State where the college or university is located are very responsive to the cause of education.

Individuals or Trusts are also sources who provide grants to deserving students.

The grants awarded through Federal government are:

Federal Pell Grant which is awarded to the nation’s low to moderate income students who are enrolled for an undergraduate program and has not earned a bachelor’s or a professional degree.

Federal Supplemental Education opportunity Grants (FSEOG) are awarded to the neediest Pell Grant recipients.

An Academic Competitiveness Grant is available for the first year of the undergraduate program or up to $1,300 for your second year of study.

National SMART Grant which is also known as National Science and mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grants, awarded to students who are eligible for Pell Grant and are following  in the field of computer, life or physical science programs.

Grants and scholarships are not limitless and depend on many factors such as:

Program you plan to follow, critical need professions such as health, (nursing, medical), math, computer science, etc have several additional grants available.

Minorities such as African-Americans, Hispanics, Asians, Jewish community etc have separate funds to provide grants for deserving students of their ethnicity.

Religious organizations, associations affiliated to the program you follow to the disability you have are all pooling their financial resources to help their members.

Start looking for funding early and you will be amazed at the amount of grants and scholarships you will be eligible to apply.

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