Is there a college grant for Veterans children?I am wanting to go to college and I have been told that there is a grant for children of vets.
Is this true and what would I need to apply?
Im 27 and my Father was in Vietnam.
I havent talked to him in 11 years, so also how would I go about applying for the grant without him around. ( I dont know where he is )
Any advice would help me out alot!
oh man that suck’s you should follow in his footsteps and serve just like me im so pumped up i can’t wait !
Im ready to kill some fkn ragheads !!!
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I sure hope not! Our tax dollars going to this?!?!?!?
Good news there is a grant. It called the GI Bill. Join up and you too can get a grant from the VA.
SSG US Army 73-82
Can i apply for a college grant before graduating high school?I will begin summer session at community college after i graduate in June is it to early to apply for a college grant now? If it is how early can i start to apply?
If you’re talking fafsa I don’t think they cover that, I got an email saying they will only cover my fall and spring classes, and I too signed up for summer classes. You should talk to your college counselor at school. They deal with that kind of stuff.
Is it possible to get a college grant if you have lyme disease? Or if you get open heart surgery?I have lyme disease. It’s causing problems with my heart which may result in me needing open heart surgery. That will use up all of my college money if I end up getting it. We don’t even have half enough money for college to begin with. Is there any kind of grant or scholarship or something for any of this?
Please link me to anything if you know of a good site.
First, make sure you have filled out the application for Federal Student Aid at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Second, there may be scholarships out there specifically for this. You could start by signing up with www.fastweb.com (it is free), and seeing what is available there. Applying for scholarships does not hurt you! Apply for as many as you can!
Third, get yourself to the Financial Aid Office of the college you are planning to attend. Sit down with one of the advisors, and tell them about your situation. It is possible that there are special scholarships, grants, or other programs at your school for people with extensive medical expenses.
Most importantly, don’t give up!
should i have to pay to secure a college grant for my daughter?I’m about to get sick,i have a daughter who is a freshman in college and i know that things can get expensive.She has gotten the financial aids that she qualifies for,but she is living on campus and needs more money for other things.I don’t make a lot of money or does her mother.I can’t afford to pay back any loans at this time and i don’t want to get into that type of debt right now.Can i as a parent apply for monies that i don’t have to pay back for my daughters education?I have a company calling me saying that they can secure a grant for my daughter for a fee of $ 449.I don’t want my daughter to have to leave college,so can someone give me some direct sources to appy to that can help us?
I made this mistake…SCAM!!!
One of the prime time TV show like, Dateline (???) did a special on the exact one I paid for!!! Too late for me…But not for ya’!!!
Never,EVER pay .Anything that makes you pay for a scholarship or grant.You can start by taking that $ 450 you were gonna waste and put it in a CD or savings account for her and let it gain interest.I wish I could be more help,but the first step is tonot be suckered into wasting what little you have.
This sounds like a scam to me.
If there are grants available then you do not have to pay for them.
What happens to leftover college grant money?i got $ 7000 in grant money for college this coming year ($ 3500 per semester) and i probably won’t use up all of it during each semester. each semester costs about $ 3000. what happens to the leftover money? and can i buy music gear with it? i’m an architect major. can i buy the music equipment if i take a music class?
If you’re at a 4-year college or university, the college will take out whatever you owe them and send you a check for the remainder, which you can spend on anything you want. If you’re at a 2-year college, the college takes what you owe and the rest goes back to the government (you only end up taking out a loan for the exact amount you need to pay tuition).