Chicago 2023 Pell Grant Without TOEFL For African American Students Announced

This upgraded service is geared specifically toward African-American students who need financial assistance to attend college. The company emphasizes that a TOEFL certificate is not required for US citizens when applying for the grant.

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High school graduates who take advantage of this updated service can receive up to $6,495 per year in assistance. Applicants who qualify for the Pell Grant are not required to pay back any scholarship money received.

According to data from the US Census Bureau, while 88% of African-Americans have a high school diploma, only 26% have a bachelor’s degree — much lower than the national average of 36%. The rising cost of university education has become a stumbling block for people of color, many of whom come from underprivileged families.

To help bridge this gap, College Planning Experts gives students access to scholarship programs such as the Pell Grant. Over the years, the company has helped over 5,000 clients get the funding they need to earn a university degree.

As part of its service, College Planning Experts will thoroughly explain all the qualification criteria for the Pell Grant. It will also assist high school graduates with filling out their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to maximize their chances of approval. Students will also be given advice on which schools to attend based on their desired degree.

Prospective clients can request a consultation to better understand the Pell Grant application process. They may also attend the company’s various workshops to learn about other scholarship opportunities.

About College Planning Experts

College Planning Experts believes that education can unlock better opportunities and a brighter future. As such, it assists students in applying and qualifying for various university scholarships. The company was founded 17 years ago by Brian Safdari, a first-generation college student who has made attainable tertiary education a personal advocacy.

Safdari says: “We help families realize their dream of having a child get accepted to their dream school, and having that child graduate from college on time and with the least amount of debt possible.”

To learn more, attend a free college planning workshop now: https://www.collegeplanningexperts.com/free-workshops

College Planning Experts
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