Alliss Educational Foundation Grant
Overview The Alliss grant is an opportunity grant, designed to help students pay for college. The grant is need-based (as determined by the FAFSA application) and is available to all students who are aid eligible. Students must be enrolled in an A.A., A.S., A.A.S., A.F.A., diploma, or certificate program. Grants are available at the start of each semester for as long as funds are available.
Grant Description Students may be eligible for an award up to $1,100 in the Alliss Grant to cover tuition and books per academic year. The grant does not cover required course fees. To qualify, the selected course must be part of the required coursework for a student’s program.
On-the-job and customized training courses are ineligible for the Alliss Grant.
The grant is renewable. To be eligible for renewal, a student must reapply each academic year.
Program Eligibility Recipients must not hold baccalaureate or higher degrees. Students must have a current FAFSA complete on file. The FAFSA can be completed at fafsa.ed.gov.
Student must display financial need as determined by the FAFSA to be eligible for the Alliss Grant.
A full description of the Alliss Grant is available that this website connection: Alliss Grant (Do not print the form from this site, but rather from the bottom of this page)
Application Procedure The applicant must complete the Alliss Grant application and return it to the Lake Superior College Student Services Center. Alliss Grant applications are accepted only prior to registration and will only cover the courses needed for a program up to $1,100. The grant covers tuition and books, but not other course fees.
Eligibility Notification The college will notify you in writing as to whether your Alliss Grant application has been approved. You may then register for the course(s) during the open enrollment period.