Reply Tammy Troha July 8, 2012 at 7:16 pm. I’m a 48 who is looking for grants to help go back to college. I do make 68,000 a year, but my boat is loaded
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Apply for grants that cater to adult students who are going to college for the first time or re-entering college.
Level: Undergraduate. Pell Grants are a common source of funding for undergraduate students who have not yet earned their first bachelor’s degrees.
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Reply Anne Bachmann April 4, 2013 at 2:06 am. I finished my Bachelors Degree two years ago at age 56 and would like to pursue my Masters Degree. I will be 61 when I
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