Lawmakers also would help more students qualify for the new Academic Competitiveness Grant program that rewards students for rigorous high school study.
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ACG stands for Academic Competitiveness Grant
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Other bright spots in the budget for community college students include increasing the amount of aid for Academic Competitiveness Grants to $490 million from $440 million, a $12.
Under the Bush proposal, first-year Academic Competitiveness Grants would rise from $750 to $1,125, and second-year grants from $1,300 to $1,950.
Department of Education has announced guidelines for current college students and high school seniors to apply for the new Academic Competitiveness Grants and National SMART Grants for the 2006-2007 academic year.
The Academic Competitiveness Grant will provide first- and second-year students who maintain a 3.
The new Academic Competitiveness Grant program promises grants to low-income, full-time college students who are U.
WASHINGTON -- It will get easier for colleges to administer the need-based Academic Competitiveness Grant program under proposed new rules, according to the Office of Post-secondary Education.
The White House is seeking an increase for Academic Competitiveness Grants, which reward college students who took a rigorous curriculum while in high school.