Idaho Pell Grant

Idaho students can maximize the amount of Pell Grant and other education financing from the federal government by first researching and understanding the various types of financial aid available to them. There are a few main sources of federal aid, such as Pell Grants, Federal WorkStudy, and Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans. Students should understand the eligibility requirements, application process, and award amounts for each of these sources of aid.

Additionally, we’ve listed some Idahospecific financial aid available to you. In addition to researching and understanding the types of aid available, you should also maximize their eligibility by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. Filing the FAFSA as soon as possible can help students secure additional aid and maximize their eligibility. Additionally, students should also make sure to keep their grades up and maintain good academic standing, as this can help them remain eligible for aid. Finally, students should also look into other forms of financial aid, such as grants from private organizations or scholarships, as this can help them maximize their financial aid.

1. Idaho Governor’s Cup Scholarship:  This scholarship provides $3,000 per year to Idaho students attending an Idaho college. This scholarship is distributed to students pursuing academic or technical education. It is renewable for four years for academic students or three years for technical education students.

2.Idaho National Guard Assistance: This program offers tuition assistance to members of the Idaho National Guard. Eligibility criteria includes: being a member of the Idaho National Guard in good standing, and being enrolled in an approved educational institution in Idaho.

3. Idaho Opportunity Scholarship: This program provides financial aid to Idaho high school graduates attending an eligible Idaho college or university. Eligibility criteria includes: being an Idaho resident, graduating from an Idaho high school, and enrolling in an eligible college or university.

4. Tschudy Family Scholarship: This scholarship is specific to Idaho residents who are recent graduates of Emmett High School. Students must be enrolled full-time at specific Idaho universities. 

5.Rural and Underserved Educator Incentive Program: This program offers lowinterest loans to Idaho students who are pursuing a teaching degree at an eligible Idaho college or university. Eligibility criteria includes: being an Idaho resident, and enrolling in an eligible college or university.

6. Idaho STEM Action Center Education Programs: This program provides financial aid to Idaho students pursuing a degree in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) at an eligible Idaho college or university. Eligibility criteria includes: being an Idaho resident, and enrolling in an eligible college or university.

7. Idaho State University: Idaho State University provides various aid and scholarships to students attending Idaho State University.

8. North Idaho College Foundation Scholarships: This program offers scholarships to North Idaho students attending North Idaho College. Eligibility criteria includes: being an Idaho resident, and enrolling in North Idaho College.

9.  Idaho Postsecondary Credit Scholarship: This scholarship will match the funds from other scholarships to Idaho students who have completed ten or more dual enrollment credits. The student must be an Idaho resident and attend eligible Idaho colleges. 

10. Boise State University Native American Scholarship: This program offers scholarships to a scholarship to Native American students attending Boise State University

11. Idaho Community Foundation Scholarships: This program offers scholarships to Idaho students attending an eligible college or university. Eligibility criteria includes: being an Idaho resident, and enrolling in an eligible college or university.

12. : The Idaho Nursing and Health Professions Scholarship: This program offers scholarships to students who are attending a healthcare profession or nursing program at any Idaho university.

13. The Dorene and Perry Smith Scholarship: This program offers scholarships to Idaho high school graduates attending an eligible Idaho college or university. Eligibility criteria includes: being an Idaho resident, graduating from an Idaho high school, and enrolling in an eligible college or university.

14. North Idaho College Foundation Scholarships: This program offers scholarships to North Idaho College students. The foundation has over $1 million dollars of scholarship funds for students who apply.

15. Idaho Stars: This program offers various scholarships to Idaho students pursuing a degree in early childhood education, or who work in early childhood education. Students must be Idaho residents attending Idaho colleges.

16.Idaho Loan Forgiveness Program: This program provides loan forgiveness to Idaho students who have graduated from an eligible Idaho college or university.

Below is the list of schools that participate in the Idaho Pell Grant Program.

Albertson College of Idaho:
FSA School Code: G30863
American Institute of Health Technology:
FSA School Code: G30861
Boise Bible College:
FSA School Code: G30862
Boise State University:
FSA School Code: G30864
Brigham Young University-Idaho:
FSA School Code: G30865
Career Beauty College:
FSA School Code: G30866
College of Southern Idaho:
FSA School Code: G30867
College of Eastern Idaho:
FSA School Code: G30870
Headmasters School of Hair Design:
FSA School Code: G30872
Idaho State University:
FSA School Code: G30873
Lewis-Clark State College:
FSA School Code: G30876
North Idaho College:
FSA School Code: G30878
Northwest Nazarene University:
FSA School Code: G30879
The Salon Professional Academy:
FSA School Code: G30880
University of Idaho:
FSA School Code: G30882

 

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