By Karen J. M. OstermanKaren Ostermiller, USA TODAY – November 21, 2019 – 09:36:03In addition to the typical financial assistance from the federal government, many states offer some form of financial aid.
Here are some of the most important programs and how much each state pays out.
In some states, the federal financial aid program is so large that residents may qualify for up to $12,000 a year in grants and loans.
The federal government provides the most direct aid to low- and moderate-income households.
It also provides many types of grants and loan help.
Here are some state-by-state programs that provide financial aid to residents who need it most:States that provide a great deal of financial assistance are:California – $1,000 per month for each $1 earned for at least one year of high school graduationCalifornia – up to a maximum of $3,000 annually for individuals earning less than $15,000 in a state that provides up to six months of free or reduced-price tuitionCalifornia – a maximum $5,000 monthly award for a family of four, or $10,000 for a married couple or one parent of twoCalifornia – free or discounted tuition for a child of low- to moderate-earning parentsCalifornia – California Residents can apply for free or low-cost tuition to attend a California state college or universityCalifornia – eligible residents can apply to receive free or subsidized tuition to live in a California community or cityCalifornia – Up to a $1 million federal grant to support the creation of new low- or moderate-cost community college or universitiesCalifornia – Statewide, the California Community Colleges Association (CCCA) is the state’s largest nonprofit educational organization for students and families in the state of California, and serves over 100,000 students in schools, colleges, technical and vocational schools and community colleges across the stateCalifornia – the California State University system offers a $2,000 tuition waiver and up to one year tuition waiver for California State residents.
California – The California Department of Education provides up