The Best Grants for Students

"Grants are monetary awards for college-related costs, like tuition, room and board, books, fees and other related expenses. Unlike loans, grants don’t have to be paid back, and there’s no limit to how many you can get," Bankrate reports.

..."State grants

Some state-specific government grants available require you to complete the FAFSA. To maintain eligibility, you’ll need to renew your FAFSA every year you’re enrolled in school.

You can use the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators’ search tool to find state grants where you live. There might be many government-run grant programs, so take your time to explore each one to see if they fit your needs."

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Publication Date: 1/30/2023

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