how old does my daughter have to be to stop getting schooling grants
im a single mom looking to put my daughter into school how long will a schooling grant last for
It depends on what state you're in. Financial history as well as criminal records etc. will affect as well. Also age and location play a vital factor as well as personality.
Many (federal) grants have no upper age limit. The usual criteria is that you must be a student at a qualified educational institution. This specifically applies to people who want a government grant for school like the Pell Grant.
What restrictions are imposed are usually how much grant money you've received in the past and what year you are in college (some grants only are given to students in the first two years and some are only given to upper level (3rd and 4th) level students.
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