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.
ASAP is one of the Alabama Student Aid Programs that awards eligible Alabama state residents to study at an independent college or university in Alabama.
Alaska Education Grant (AEG) provides need-based financial assistance to eligible Alaska students attending qualifying postsecondary institutions in Alaska.
Arizona Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership (AzLEAP) provides need-based awards up to $2,500 per academic year to Arizona resident students who meet the eligibility criteria.
Arkansas Higher Education Opportunities Grant (GO! Grant) provides $1000 grants to full-time and $500 grants to part-time students based on financial need as determined by the FAFSA.
Cal Grant, the nation’s largest state-funded college aid program, is a need-based grant that have helped many low-income Californians fund their college education.
The College Opportunity Trust Fund (COF) is Colorado’s way of providing financial support for resident undergraduate students in the form of stipend worth $85 per eligible credit hour.
DC TAG is a need-based grant that allows college-bound D.C. residents to attend any public institution anywhere in the country as if they are a resident of the school’s state — up to $10,000 per year.
The Scholarship Incentive Program is a need based grant of $1,000 awarded to eligible Delaware students based on their level of financial need, as determined by the FAFSA.
FSAG, Florida’s largest need-based grant program, provides assistance to degree-seeking, resident, undergraduate students who demonstrate “exceptional” financial need. The annual award amount may vary each academic year.
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.
GEAR UP Hawaii, the statewide grant under Hawai‘i P-20 Partnerships for Education, serves over 20,000 public school students in grades 7 to 12 through the first year in college across the State of Hawaii each year.