New Government Website Makes Available Federal Pell Grants for Students
A new government website has been created to make available federal Pell Grants to students from across the country. The site has the ability to expedite the application process, and can allow students to complete their FAFSA online, without any written forms.
March 27, 2010 (FPRC) --The Pell Grant is currently undergoing a vast litany of changes, and the federal government has established a new website that is supposed to specialized in translating these changes to undergraduate students from across the nation.
The site has a number of "innovative features", including a special section that can allow students to apply for their Pell Grants directly, without having to go through the traditional process of applying at the official government website.
The site also has a number of articles that explain how the new reform bill is going to impact how students get approved for the Pell Grant. It details how the Pell Grant qualifications have undergone a "major change", and that students need to become familiar with these if they didn't already know they were being implemented during the following years.
The good news is that students with incomes that were previously thought to be too high for Pell Grant funding may now be eligible to receive a Pell Grant.The critical thing to remember is that this is going to be a portal that can detail all of the new aspects of the Pell Grant, and most importantly the several Pell Grant qualifications that have been altered during the passing of the new student loan, slash Pell Grant reform bill.
President Obama has made it his mission to inject billions of additional funding into this federal award, and if by visiting this new website a student should be able to better their chances of receiving this grant.
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