(PRWEB) September 18, 2012
There are several sites available to help potential and current college students find financial aid to cover their tuition fees. The sites generally offer various forms of financial aid which can make it difficult for students to narrow down the type of aid they want and find the aid that falls into the category they need. EducationGrantsforSchool.com is out to change that. Their new website is focused specifically on educational grants for future college students and current college students that may need help with tuition fees.
The site, which plans its debut during the month of September 2012, will offer a Grant matching service for students. The service will allow students to narrow down grant choices based on the kind of grants, academic degree program, school, and profit and not-for-profit organizations that may be offering a grant. Students will be able to search grants in order to find a grant that fits their needs. The most common grants available for students are for single parents, military and for economically disadvantaged students. However, site representative Jeff Giles feels that these are not the only grants that need to be addressed.
“There are several grants, in fact several hundred grants, available to students that are not widely publicized. These grants go unrewarded every year due to the fact that students cannot access the grants or unaware of the grants. These students are deserving of the grants, meet all prerequisites for the grant but simply cannot connect with the grants even on basic web searches. This is one of the reasons we started EducationGrantsforSchool.com. We want students and future students to be connected with the grants that will help them so that's higher education as possible for all students and not just a privileged few.”
The site plans several expansions after its launch in September 2012. These extensions will include a site matching service for students that allows the students to search on a basic level and advanced search level. The site will also include blogs, articles and guides to help students find the right grants for them, the right degree programs and understand and navigate school accreditation as well. These expansions will be announced as they are available through September 2012 and on through the rest of the year.