The Illinois Monetary Award Program (MAP) provides grant assistance to students with financial need who attend approved colleges in Illinois. Award amounts may vary each year and are subject to fund availability.
Frank O’Bannon Grant Program, is designed to provide access for needy Indiana students to attend eligible postsecondary institutions. The grant is given on a “need-based” basis — up to a maximum of $9,000.
Iowa Tuition Grant is available to assist Iowa residents enrolled at one of Iowa’s eligible private colleges and universities. Priority is given to students with the greatest financial need — up to $6,000.
Kansas Comprehensive Grant provides limited assistance to financially needy Kansas students enrolled full-time at 18 private colleges and universities in Kansas, the six state universities, and Washburn University.
Funded by the state of Maryland, the Rawlings Guaranteed Access Grant offers eligible Maryland students financial aid that may cover full-time college tuition at any public or private college or university in Maryland.
The MASSGrant is the state’s flagship need-based award program for undergraduate Massachusetts students demonstrating the greatest financial aid need — those with an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of $5,486 or less.
The new MASSGrant Plus is a “last dollar” grant for some of the state’s neediest students attending one of Massachusetts’ 15 public community colleges. Awards will vary depending on student’s financial need.
Award Amount: Vary
Min. Award Amount: Vary
Deadline: November 1
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