Pennsylvania State Grant Program

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  • Scholarship Description
  • A Pennsylvania State Grant is based on financial need. You may be eligible if you demonstrate financial need and are a high school graduate as stipulated in the Pennsylvania State Grant law; attend a post-secondary school approved by PHEAA for Pennsylvania State Grant purposes; are enrolled at least half-time; are admitted and enrolled in an approved program of study of at least two academic years in length; and have not already earned a bachelor's degree or its equivalent. The State Grant deadlines are different for first-time applicants, renewal applicants, and summer-term applicants. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • info@pheaa.org
  • 800-692-7392

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omar m  on 10/29/2018 10:46:43 AM

yes i need this scholarship

Jayke S  on 10/9/2018 12:16:58 AM

No I did not, I am on this site seeking a scholarship for my Mother. This is based fully off income, she is not considered low class or poverty she is a middle class women. Who, will not spend money on herself and is still paying on her children's college loans and refuses to spend any money on herself.

Turquoise J  on 9/10/2011 6:16:32 AM

I have not applied for this scholarship but will like to.

shane l  on 12/13/2010 11:43:36 PM

I feel like what i applied for, I could identify with. With my passion for writing, I'm sure i could create some provacative thinking.

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