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School Grants and College Grants

A school grant, sometimes called a college grant is a sum of money awarded or issued to someone for the purpose of attending a college, a university or continuing education. As a general rule these school grants do not need to be paid back. However there are exceptions to the rule so be sure to clarify the requirements with whoever issues the grant.

Most all grants require a grant proposal and that proposal goes through a screening process. The grant screening process can sometimes be quite lengthy so it is best to fill out any paperwork and have it submitted as soon as possible once you know which college grant you are after. If you are counting on a grant to pay for school it wouldn't be a good thing to have it come in late.

School grants almost always have to be renewed on a yearly basis. Just because you got a grant one year does not garuntee you the right to get the same grant the next year. If you need the same grant every year you are in school it would be wise to continuously check up on how that grant works and if there are any changes in the school grants as the year progresses.

Many students who attend colleges and universities around the nation rely on school grants to get them through their higher education years. While grants are not the only way to pay for school, they really help when you get out. The more college grants you can get while in school the less likely it is that you will leave school under heavy debt.

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