Montana Education Grants
Education grants are government grants for students or teachers who are looking to complete or expand their level of education. The department of education in Montana has a budget of $1,564,569,076.00 a year in just elementary and secondary education. Students enrolled in Montana schools can look into education grants in addition to scholarships. In fact, students can look at education grants as scholarships government from their local government.
Of all the people in Montana, over 90.80% have high school diplomas, over 27.40% have post secondary degrees, and over 8.30 have at least 1 graduate school degree. Education expense in Montana is not cheap. Although there are student loans available, students should look into education grants first. Unlike loans, students do not have to pay back the amount they receive in grants.
Teachers in Montana need to constantly stay on top of new materials. Most teachers need to study part-time while teaching full-time at their regular day jobs in schools. The cost to study part-time can be expensive in Montana. For example, for elementary school teachers, with an average salary of $44,426.00, it can be hard for them to come up with the tuition fees to study part-time. Vice versa with Montana's secondary school teachers, who have an average salary of $44,426.00.
Applying for Education Grants
Whether if you are a college or graduate student, or a teacher or professor who is looking to pursue higher education, you can apply for Montana Education Grants by submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The Office of FAFSA in Montana ensures all eligible residents in Montana can benefit from federally funded financial aid for education.
To apply for education grants in Montana, contact Montana financial aid agencies.
Education Grants in Local States
Grant Application Guides and Resources
It is always free to apply for government grants. However the process may be very complex depending on the funding opportunity you are applying for. Below are some of the published guides that have been helpful to past recipients: