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This page is dedicated to Alabama state grants. If you are a resident of the Alabama state you can take advantage of the free opportunities your state provides. The information below will allow you to research free programs in your area.

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Below we have links that will point you to your state specific Grant agencies. Follow the links and view the contact information for the organizations that provide state specific free money.

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Pell Grant Eligibility Explained

Pell grants are offered to students that want to pursue higher learning. This is the main purpose of Pell grant. However, you should not consider Pell grant as a loan because it is not. You do not have to repay any money from it. As grants are basically free money, a lot of people ask themselves about Pell grant eligibility. The fact is that you will need to apply every year as Pell grant is an annual grant. You will need to fill a FAFSA form that can be found online for getting a Pell grant. Also, you should answer the questions properly because Pell grant eligibility is all about answering those questions. You should bear in mind that you will be evaluated for other grants too while you apply for Pell grant.

After you complete the FAFSA form and submit it you will be notified by regular mail or email if you are eligible or not for Pell grant. Usually, Pell grants are offered for students that come from families with an income lower than $30,200 a year. However, if the income is less than 60000 $, you might qualify for a partial Pell grant too. You should know that the income level is not the only factor that influences the decision of offering Pell grants. You should also be a citizen of the United States in order to qualify for this grant. However, there are special situations when a non resident can also be eligible for this grant too.

The Pell grant eligibility is an often discussed topic among students because you can find great help if getting such a grant. Usually, Pell grants are $5,200 per semester and they are offered annually. You will have to sign a contract and say that you will use the funds for education purposes only and if you will are convicted with drug related and other crimes you will lose your Pell grant eligibility status. If you will be eligible you will need to gather papers sustaining your declarations and you will be informed regarding the amount of money you might get. The paperwork can be hard to collect but the results will be rewarding. The Pell grant, like any other grants does not need to be repaid making it much better than a loan.

In conclusion, Pell grant eligibility is a very important thing for students who do not have the financial means for bettering their education. You can qualify for such a grant depending on your family's income and your residency status. You can apply using the online forms and the response will be received in your email.

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