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* In-state: While the current formula provides for awards up to $4,700 while attending an approved Pennsylvania institution, currently, the State Grant Program does not have sufficient resources to fully fund this amount. Therefore, adjustments to bring awards within the funding level are necessary. (Note: Annually, the maximum award is dependent upon available funding and subject to review and adjustment.)
* Out-of-state: The current formula provides for maximum out-of-state grant awards of up to $400 (up to $600 if enrolled in a school located in a state that permits their students to carry their state grants to Pennsylvania) for non-veteran students for 2008-09. Veterans are eligible for maximum out-of-state awards of up to $800. Currently, the State Grant Program does not have sufficient resources to fully fund these award levels. Therefore, adjustments to bring awards within the funding level are necessary.