S.C. Need-Based Grant & College Transition Program 2018-19 academic year
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South Carolina Commission on Higher Education
SubjectGrants-in-aid--South Carolina; South Carolina Need-Based Grant Program; Scholarships--South Carolina--Statistics; Government aid to higher education--South Carolina
The S.C. General Assembly established the South Carolina Need-Based Grant Program in 1996, to provide additional financial assistance to South Carolina’s neediest students. The S.C. Commission on Higher Education was appropriated $32,000,000 ($20,000,000 from Lottery Funds and $12,000,000 from the Children’s Education Endowment) for the 2018-19 academic year. The financial aid office on each eligible S.C. public college campus administers the S.C. Need-based Grant program, determines the students’ eligibility to receive grant funding, and the exact amount based on the regulations approved by the General Assembly. Eligible students may receive awards for a maximum of eight full-time equivalent terms with full-time students able to receive up to $2,500 per year and part-time students up to $1,250 per year.
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|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
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