Lily Wuerth will be live on our Instagram page today at 3pm ET to talk about how she used extracurriculars to get into Georgia Tech. ASK HER ANYTHING!
GUEST STUDENT OF THE WEEK: Rohan is a freshman at Dartmouth (and loves it) having gotten in ED for the Class of 2023. He's here to debunk myths regarding admissions and student life at his school. ASK HIM ANYTHING!
Make sure to check out our May Checklists for HS Juniors and HS Seniors. Consult these quick resources to get you started on the process this month.
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Are grants provided by the colleges themselves renewable?
I have been accepted to a private liberal arts college that offered me a grant of 40,000 to attend. It is a really prestigious university with a small student pop. The grant would allow me to attend for the same price as my in state school, however, it states that the offer lasts only for one year. I'm still not sure if it is need-based and possibly renewable. If it is not renewable then my parents would probably not be able to pay for it. If anyone could offer any clarification I would be really grateful!!8 replies