These program funds are gift aid that you are not required to repay. Eligibility is determine by your FAFSA results. Some grant programs will require additional applications. In addition, most programs require you maintain satisfactory academic progress and be pursuing an aid-eligible major. Generally noncompetitive, awards are based on financial need and basic eligibility criteria. Tuition waivers, regardless of the source, are considered a form of financial aid that may reduce your eligibility for other financial aid. In your quests for gift aid, don't forget to research the wide array of scholarships available from agencies, companies, civic organizations, and individuals who support higher education.
NOTE: If you are receiving a grant, the funds will be directly applied to your tuition/fees at Anoka-Ramsey Community College at the beginning of each term, based on your enrollment at that time.
- Minnesota State Grant Program—Minnesota residency and enrollment of at least three credits per term; FAFSA application must be received by the federal processing center within 30 calendar days of the start of the semester
- Minnesota GI BIll
- Minnesota State Post-Secondary Child Care Program - requires Minnesota residency and an additional application. Funds are limited and are awarded on a first come basis. Students must be enrolled in at least half-time (six credits or more) and not receiving public assistance.