TEACH Grant Program
In exchange for receiving a TEACH Grant, you must agree to serve as a full-time teacher in a high-need field in a public or private elementary or secondary school that serves low-income students. As a recipient of a TEACH Grant, you must teach for at least four academic years within eight calendar years of completing the program of study for which you received a TEACH Grant.
|Federal Student Aid: TEACH Grant Home||The federal student aid resource for the TEACH Grant program|
|Department of Education: Student Aid on the Web||Federal Student Aid's core mission is to ensure that all eligible individuals benefit from federal financial assistance—grants, loans and work-study programs—for education beyond high school.|
|National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators||NASFAA is the only national association with a primary focus on student aid legislation, regulatory analysis and professional development for financial aid administrators.|
|TEACH Grant: Fact Sheet||Brochure summarizing the TEACH Grant program. From the Federal Student Aid Office.|
|TEACH Grant: Exit Counseling Guide||Essential information for completing your TEACH Grant obligation.|
Necessary in order to meet the TEACH Grant requirements.
|Teach Grant Service||The Teach Grant Serbicer site provides Annual Certification and a place to track your progress.|
|TEACH Grant Counseling and Exit Counseling||Access to the required counseling.|
|U.S. Department of Education: Teacher Cancellation Low Income Directory||This site contains the TCLI program, developed by the U.S. Department of Education, enabling state and territorial education agencies to report to the Department low-income elementary and secondary schools and educational service agencies that qualify teachers for cancellation under the Federal Perkins/National Direct Student Loan, Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL), and William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (DL) programs.|
|Teacher Forgiveness||Information about the Teacher Loan Forgiveness, which is intended to encourage individuals to enter and continue in the teaching profession.|
|U.S. Department of Education: Teacher Shortage Areas, Nationwide Listing||The nationwide Teacher Shortage Area (TSA) lists for the 2015 - 2016 school years.|