There are many scholarships or grants available for adults and older students. Therefore, if you want to go back to school because something disrupted your college education or want to get a better education, help is available.
There are many assistance services available to support adults who need money for college. Today, we’ll look at a couple of the best shows.
Scholarships and Grants for Adults or Older Students
Federal Pell Grant
Suppose you don’t have a bachelor’s or advanced degree. In that case, you might be eligible for a Federal Pell Grant, which is a grant funded by the Federal Student Aid division of the United States Department of Education. Call the Federal Student Aid offices at 1-800-433-3243 for more information on this service, or go to their website for more details.
Low-income undergraduate students may be eligible for FSEOG Program grants, which are available at any program’s 3,800 participating postsecondary institutions. This program focuses on students with the most apparent financial needs. Still, anyone can apply by filling out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. You may fill out the form on the FAFSA division of the US Department of Education’s website.
Adult Skills Education Grant
The Imagine America Foundation’s Adult Skills Education Program (ASEP) is a financial aid program. A wide range approves the program of tertiary institutions worldwide. Still, if you want to qualify for the grant, you must enroll at a participating college. Students may apply for the ASEP program online, but please visit Imagine America’s website or call them at 571-267-3010 for more details and eligibility criteria.
The UNCF provides a range of scholarship opportunities at 1,100 schools and 37 HBCUs throughout the country. Many of their programs, internships, and development opportunities have specific eligibility and application criteria that you must meet. You will be eligible to apply for financial assistance, such as Federal Student Aid, if you apply for a UNCF scholarship. Call the office at 800-331-2244 or go to their website for more information on their scholarship services.
Osher Reentry Scholarship Program
The Osher Foundation’s Scholars and Fellows Program includes over 250 tertiary education institutions. The foundation has a Reentry Program for college students who haven’t studied in at least five years. Also, they have a Scholarship Program in California and Maine that meets all higher education needs. Contact the Bernard Osher Foundation at 415-861-5587 or visit their website for eligibility criteria and application information.
ANTSHE Scholarship Program
Students enrolled full-time (or planning to do so) in a 4-year undergraduate program at an ANTSHE approved tertiary institution can apply. You might be eligible for the Association for Non-Traditional Students in Higher Education scholarship program. Contact Dr. R. Lee Viar II at president@
The American Association of University Women is a well-known funding mechanism for women attending universities and colleges worldwide, not just in the United States. Grants for American women, grants for women seeking to advance their careers, grants for community action, fellowships for international students, grants for international projects, and scholarships for chosen professional women are among the six distinct program divisions they have offered.
For more information, contact the AAUW’s Washington office at 202-785-7700, send an email to email@example.com, or go to their website.
Adults Belong In College Scholarship
The ABC Program is designed to assist adult people accepted to Murray State University. Pre-admission advice, adult student orientation, adult student groups, and part-time or full-time scholarships are all options for prospective students. Adult Student Liaison Alison Marshall can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the office at 270-809-5796 for more details on the program. You can also get more details by going to the website.
As you can see, there are various support services available to assist prospective adult students in completing or furthering their education.