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Kentucky College Access Program Grants

The College Access Program (CAP) helps Kentucky’s financially needy undergraduate students attend eligible public and private colleges and universities, proprietary schools, and technical colleges. CAP Grants are awarded to Kentucky residents enrolled for at least six semester hours (half time) in academic programs that take at least two years to complete. To qualify for a CAP Grant, the total expected family contribution (EFC) toward the student’s educational expenses cannot exceed 3,850.


This grant is limited to 250% of an annual award for an associate's degree and 450% of an annual award for a bachelor's degree. This means that full-time students at a semester school will use all their eligibility for an associate's degree in 2½ years. To apply, students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

For more information, please visit:
http://www.kheaa.com/prog_cap.html

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