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There are many non-repayable grants available to help pay for college tuition and expenses. Non-payable grants are funds awarded to a student, which do not have to be repaid. Each non-repayable grant has specific eligibility criteria and requirements. Learn about each program and find out which one suits you best! You can also contact your school’s financial aid office to see which programs are offered.

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Academic Grant

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This grant is available for the first two academic years of a 2 or 4 year program and is based on academic merit. Please verify the requirement to see if this grant is for you.

Pell Grants

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The Federal Pell Grant Program is the premier grant program for undergraduate students in the U.S. The Pell Grant is a non-repayable grant and is awarded based on financial need.

Federal Supplemental Grants

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The Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Program is available for low income, undergraduate students. There are approximately 4,000 schools that participate in this grant program.

Institutional Grants

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Most schools and colleges offer their own non-repayable grants. This is to help students and their families cover the difference in educational expenses and tuition costs. Some grants are based on academic or financial need or other criteria.

Smart Grant

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This grant is available to full-time undergraduate students in their 3rd and 4th year who are majoring in math, science, technology, engineering or certain languages. The National Smart Grant can be used in addition to a Federal Pell Grant.

Work and Study

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The money you earn with the part-time work and study program is not calculated as income in the following year’s financial aid report, allowing for more financial aid to be given.