Student Loans And Grants for Women – Things to Consider
Before signing up for any particular sort of financial aid it is a good idea to see a financial aid counselor at the university you are planning to attend. They will have the latest information about what steps you need to take in order to apply for financial aid at that specific universities and unique scholarship or grant opportunities that might be available to you through your state or the college.
Higher education can increase your earnings potential greatly. Financial limitations don’t have to keep you from your goals!
Student Loans and Grants for Women Various Sources
State grant programs
SMART grant program, based on academic aptitudes:
Local government grant programs
Corporate (through your employer)
Non-profit organizations, local and national in scope
Foundations and Endowments
If you meet a specialized type of criteria, there may be additional grant opportunities available to you:
Miltary/veteran education grants
Minority women grants for education
Education grants for black women
Education grants for hispanic women
Education grants for Native Americans
Low-Income women education grants
Education grants for disabled women
Education Grants for women over 35 — Jeannette Rankin Foundation. Read related articles on student loans and grants for women.