Michigan Tuition Grant (MTG) is available to undergraduate students and is based on financial need for use at non-profit colleges and universities in Michigan — up to a maximum of $2,400 per academic year.
Mississippi Tuition Assistance Grant (MTAG) is available for financially needy students attending approved public and nonprofit two-year and four-year eligible colleges and universities in Mississippi.
Access Missouri — the state’s largest student financial aid program, is designed to help qualified Missouri pay for college. Awards range from $1,500 to $2,850 per year and are subject to the availability of state funding.
Nebraska Opportunity Grant (NOG) is the State of Nebraska’s only need-based financial aid program for postsecondary students attending eligible colleges and universities throughout the state of Nebraska.
College Affordability Grant is in place to encourage New Mexico students with financial need, who do not qualify for other state grants and scholarships, to pursue higher education at New Mexico public colleges or universities.
Funded by the State of North Carolina, the NC Community College Grant is made available to North Carolina residents who demonstrate financial need and are enrolled at North Carolina community colleges.
Also known as the State Grant Program, North Dakota State Student Incentive Grant Program (SSIG) provides grants to first-time undergraduate students who attend North Dakota’s public, private and tribal colleges.
Ohio College Opportunity Grant (OCOG) program provides grant money to Ohio students who demonstrate the highest levels of financial need — those with an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of $2,190 or less.