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Grant money for college is a type of financial aid that may help pay for college and other expenses. You may find college grants from the federal and state government, nonprofits, your school and even local community.
High school and college students should file the FAFSA first. This may determine how much grant money for college they may receive from the federal and state government.
There are four types of federal college grants. You may be eligible for Pell Grants which is only for undergraduate students. The award amount is up to $6,345. The amount depends on your Expected Family Contribution, cost of attendance, enrollment status (full time or part time) and attending both semesters of college.
Your college provides the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG). The grant amounts range from $100 to $4,000. Your school may determine how much financial aid you qualify for based on your FAFSA information.
Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grants are for military students who’s parent or guardian died or served in U.S. armed forces after 9/11. You may be eligible if you didn’t receive Federal Pell Grants. The grant money for college is the same amount of a maximum Federal Pell Grant.
Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grants provides up to $4,000 to students who are pursuing a teaching career. Eligible students must enroll in TEACH Grant Program. You must serve as a full time teacher for least four academic years. You must also be teaching in a high need field.
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