There are hundreds of thousands of grants available through nonprofit and profit organizations within the United States. These grants are for single parents, military, displaced housewives and students who are in financial need.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 20, 2012
Grant educational and funding site EducationGrantsforSchool.com, expands their site during the month of September to offer a grant matching service for students. This matching service is available to all current and future students who may wish to find grants to cover the high cost of tuition. With the cost of tuition on the rise throughout the United States, the need for grants has grown rapidly. This increasing growth in need for grants has caused the EducationGrantsforSchool.com site directors to offer a specialized matching service.
The announcement of the expansion came from representative Jeff Giles. This announcement covered how the search service will work, how the matching service will match potential and current students to the right grants and how these grants can potentially help students cover the large and rising cost of college tuition. Mr. Giles covered that the grant matching service is a free to use service to any potential, current or future college students in need of grant assistance.
“There are hundreds of thousands of grants available through nonprofit and profit organizations within the United States. These grants are for single parents, military, displaced housewives and students who are in financial need. However, these are not the only grants available. Some grants are available for academic programs while others may be available for students from specific locations in the United States or for students who have family members who served in the military. With the large amounts of grants available to students, we felt that the grant matching service was the best way to connect students with the grant for them.”
Mr. Giles went on to say that the grant matching service is not only a free to use service but has several factors that will make the grant search easier. Instead of just a basic search for grants, students may search for grant need or degree program. There are also other advanced search options in the match service that will allow students to narrow down the type of grant available and match it to the needs that the student currently has or will have in future college endeavors. This matching service will also allow students to know the deadline for applying for the grant, what the grant covers and how to apply for the grants online or through other means depending on the grant awarding service.
This is only one of the many expansions that will be occurring during the last quarter of 2012. There are several other expansions that will be occurring including an article section, blog section guide section to help students navigate financial aid, grants and navigate accreditation for schools in order to find the right school and right grant program for their degree plan.