State Scholarships & Grants

Are you a future or current college student that is searching for scholarships and grants in your state? We have built this directory to showcase the free grant and scholarship opportunities that are available in each state in the United States

There are literally 1,000’s scholarship and grant opportunities that are available every year, you just need to know where to look. Search through our state directory below to find grants and scholarships that are available in your state.

Directory of Grants and Scholarships in Wisconsin

August 15, 2012

When students and parents begin researching and visiting colleges, they often don’t ask the most crucial questions. How much debt will I be in when I graduate from your institution? How likely is it for me to graduate within four years? What fees can I expect to be charged each year, other than the normal […]

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Directory of Grants and Scholarships in Alabama

July 4, 2012

Are you interested in attending college in Alabama? Before you make your decision, there are a few interesting facts about education in this state you should know. The average amount of debt for each student is about $24, 821, according to the Project on Student Debt. 56% of students leave an Alabama college with debt. […]

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Directory of Grants and Scholarships in Arkansas

May 30, 2012

Do you live in Arkansas? Are you planning on attending college this coming year? If your answer is yes, you might want to stop and think for a moment about the cost associated with a college education. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the average tuition for a public four year college in […]

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Directory of Grants and Scholarships in Indiana

May 3, 2012

The Midwestern Higher Education Compact surmises that all colleges fall into one of three categories: low tuition and low aid, moderate tuition and moderate aid, and high tuition and high aid. Indiana falls between high and moderate category. This means, although the average tuition for an Indiana college is higher, approximately $7,306 for public four […]

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Directory of Grants and Scholarships in Tennessee

April 20, 2012

A lot of students don’t think about the cost of college until it is too late, or they simply feel that it’s “normal” to acquire a mountain of debt in order to arrive at their diploma. What about you? Have you given any thought to how you are going to pay for college? If you’ll […]

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Directory of Grants and Scholarships in Ohio

April 12, 2012

Recent tuition caps have resulted in only a 25 percent increase in annual tuition and fees for colleges and universities in Ohio during the last ten years. Still, the Columbus Dispatch states that annual tuition for four year colleges in this state are, on average, $9,608. This is approximately 47% more than the national four […]

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Directory of Grants and Scholarships in Texas

March 30, 2012

Everything works out better if you have a well thought out plan, and follow it. Many college bound individuals are so excited about the thought of this next phase of their life that they don’t stop to consider the financial end of things. By the way, — telling yourself that you’ll get a job and […]

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Directory of Grants and Scholarships in Georgia

March 19, 2012

The Project on Student Debt estimates that the average student debt for public and private four year institutions in Georgia is about $18,888. The University System of Georgia estimates that the average tuition per 15 credit hours for regional and state university in 2012 is $2,201 for Georgia residents and $8,008 for out of state […]

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Directory of Grants and Scholarships in Florida

March 9, 2012

In December of 2011, the Daytona News-Journal reported that while the tuition and fees in Florida are generally lower than other states, it is still nothing to sneeze at. The average tuition and fees for the University of Florida for the 2011-2012 school year was about $5,700 for undergraduate residents. When books, housing, food, and […]

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Directory of Grants and Scholarships in Michigan

February 29, 2012

Are you interested in attending a university in the state of Michigan? While you might have the grades and the SAT scores, getting into college requires a large amount of cash you may not have. According to CBS Detroit, the average tuition cost of Michigan’s 15 public universities is about $10,800 for the current academic […]

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