What is a grant?
A grant is money given to students that does not have to be repaid. In order to be considered for grant money awarded by the federal government, you need to complete the FAFSA application each year. If you are interested in reading more information about the FAFSA, such as how to apply and deadlines, please view the Applications and Deadlines page.
Federal TEACH Grant
The Federal TEACH Grant provides up to $4,000 a year to students that are planning on teaching in particular high-need fields. In order for a student to receive this grant, they must agree to complete a service obligation by teaching in one of these fields and at a school that serves low-income students. If the teaching obligation is not completed, then the grant will convert to a Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford loan with interest charged from the date the original grant was received.
To qualify for this grant, you must:
For more detalied information, please refer to the Department of Education's TEACH Grant Fact Sheet. This will provide you with all the terms and conditions of the award, including valuable information for those recipients who are called to active military duty.
Date last updated: Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Brockport School Codes:
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Changes to 1516 processing
*Financial Aid Summer Credit Census date is July 15, 2015