The Federal TEACH Grant is a new financial aid option for students in majors that prepare them to become teachers in high need fields. In exchange for the grant, the student must meet a service obligation by teaching in one of these fields, and at a school that serves low-income students.
FAILURE TO MEET THE TEACHING OBLGATION WILL RESULT IN THIS GRANT CONVERTING INTO A FEDERAL UNSUBSIDIZED DIRECT STAFFORD STUDENT LOAN - WITH INTEREST CHARGED FROM THE DATE YOU RECEIVED THE ORIGINAL GRANT.
To qualify academically, you must:
(Meeting the 75th percentile criteria means you will not need to maintain a 3.25 - it would benefit you to forward your test scores to us if they weren't reported as part of your admission application.)
Before deciding to request a TEACH Grant, you should carefully read the Department of Education's "TEACH Grant Fact Sheet," discuss the program with your parents, and refer any questions to the Financial Aid Office.
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