Educational Grants - Financing Your Education with State Assistance

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The Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership (LEAP) provides grants to States that can be used in financial assistance programs to help support eligible postsecondary students.


Every State receives a portion of the funds designated by the Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership. The number of funds is based on the number of students in the state are considered eligible to share in the program when compared to the number of qualified students in all States. This is dedicated to students enrolled in postsecondary institutions and have substantial and proven financial need.


This grant aids students that are attending an eligible private or public college or university within the State. This is regardless of the actual state of residence of the student. Students that wish to be considered for the Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership grant must be enrolled in at least six credit hours is also very much needs based which means that only a select number of students will qualify.
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