Pursuing your degree doesn’t have to stop you from pursuing your life

Does the fear that you can’t afford to earn your degree hold you back from moving forward in life? Working full-time, being there for your family, and earning your degree may seem impossible to balance, but it’s not! Educational grants may be available for those who qualify and could help women offset the cost of college tuition and expenses.

Grants that may be available for qualified women to pursue include:

Federal Grants:
May be available to those who qualify and some are often based on financial need.

State Grants:
May be available and based on financial need or other qualifications.

Institutional Grants:
Some schools award grants for merit or financial need for those who qualify.

Organizational Grants:
Some organizations award grants to eligible students, such as career development grants offered by the American Association of University Women.

For more information on financial aid, going back to school, and how to learn about as many financial aid opportunities as possible, download Education Connection’s FREE Education Success Kit.

If you assume you can’t afford to go back to school as a single or working mom, think again! You’ll need to know what school you plan to attend in order to find out if grants are available and if you qualify. So fill out our form and Education Connection will match you for FREE to educational programs that may fit your busy schedule and education goals!