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Single Mother Grants For College

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Financial assistance programs are given to students with exceptional needs. Single mothers can apply for grants that make it easier for them to finish school and attain good careers.

Federal TRIO Programs

Federal TRIO Programs provide grants to help students complete their schooling. Additional services include school and career counseling, mentoring, and temporary housing. Low-income, disabled students and first-generation college students are eligible. Go online or contact the Student Support Services Program office to apply. Visit the website link for more information.

Educational Opportunity Centers Program

The Educational Opportunity Centers Program provides school and financial aid counseling to new or returning college students. Apply online if you meet age, income and educational background requirements. Contact the Federal TRIO Programs office with any questions, and visit the website link for more information.

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Upward Bound

Upward Bound is a program that prepares low-income high school students for college. Many applicants are low-income, first generation college and rural students. Contact the Upward Bound Program to apply, and visit the website link for more information.

Federal Pell Grant

Federal Pell Grant is awarded to single mothers who want to attend college. You are eligible if you meet low income requirements and have not received a bachelor’s degree. Apply by filling out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA. Visit the website link for more information.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)

The Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant helps students with the lowest incomes. Receive $100 up to $4,000 per academic year. Fill out your FAFSA to determine your level of financial need. Visit the website link for more information and/or contact your school’s financial aid office.

Federal Work-Study

The Federal Work-Study Program helps single mothers to combine their education with their employment. Students find jobs on approved sites and work to pay for their education. Apply for the program through FAFSA. Visit the website link for more information.

Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG)

The Academic Competitiveness Grant encourages high school students to enroll in challenging courses. The grant provides funds to high-achieving, low-income students for their first two years of college. Fill out the FAFSA to qualify. Visit the website link for more information.

National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent (SMART) Grant

The (SMART) Grant encourages students to take challenging science, mathematics, technology, engineering and critical foreign languages classes. The grant provides funds for the final two years of a four-year college program. You must meet income and educational requirements. Fill out your FAFSA to qualify, and visit the website link for more information.

Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund

The Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship helps single mothers with low-income backgrounds. Qualify for this scholarship if you qualify for the Pell Grant, which you receive after filing out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Contact your county office and submit your application online. Visit the website link for more information.


Emerge Scholarships award female students living in Georgia. Eligibility is based on your age, residency and level of financial need. Visit the website link for more information and to download an application.

If you are a single mother looking for ways you can further your education, reach out to these organizations to see if you qualify.

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