The cost of attending college has more than doubled since 1980. Public universities now average $12,283 annually and private universities have exceeded $31,233, according to the United States Department of Education.
The College for Adults Website’s goal is to support adult students interested in going to college for the first time or returning to college
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Returning to college to advance your career? Here are resources for grants and scholarships for adults you can use to reduce your education costs.
Not all college students are fresh out of high college. Likewise, not all grants are for those students going straight from high college into college.
Apply to receive funding for attending a college or university. If eligible, you can get financial aid and not have to pay it back.
We have simplified the search for college grants, your complete and one stop resource for finding college funding you don’t have to pay back!
A complete list of of grants and scholarships specifically for Adult and Returning Students.
Apply for grants that cater to adult students who are going to college for the first time or re-entering college.