On Monday, the U-S.
Department of Education announced that it will help more than 1 million students in states that use federal financial aid to attend schools.
The program, called the “Student Financial Assistance (SFA) Program,” is available for high school students who do not qualify for other financial aid and for students who are enrolled in accredited post-secondary programs.
In a statement, Education Secretary John King said that more than 20 states and more than 30 territories have applied for the program, and that the department is “actively working with states to make this program work.”
The federal government’s program, however, has not been available in the U, and the states that apply have been waiting for more than a year to be eligible.
“I am pleased to announce that the U SFA Program is now available in all 50 states, territories, and D.C.,” King said in a statement.
The states participating in the program are as follows: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
Under the SFA program, eligible students in those states are eligible to apply for SFA grants from the federal government, and they are given a list of resources and a chance to get involved.
For students who receive financial aid through other sources, such as private donations or grants, the department has also started offering grants that will be distributed through the program.
As of April 6, nearly 100,000 students were eligible for the federal aid.
The federal program has a $2,000 limit, but students who don’t qualify for Pell grants, student loans, or scholarships may qualify for grants of up to $2.4 million, according to the department.
The grants are meant to help students meet their financial goals, and most states have started to offer some of the funding for eligible students.
The U. S. Department is also making available grants to help states implement financial aid reform, including those that aim to increase access to financial aid for low-income students, provide incentives to help colleges offer credit counseling, and reduce barriers to access to higher education.
While the program will only be available for students in the states participating, some of those students will be eligible for grants through the Department of Defense.
More than 40% of U. States military members and dependents are covered by the Military Readiness Relief Program, which provides up to a $4,000 Pell grant per student to eligible students and their families.
Additionally, the Department is giving grants to eligible state and federal students to help with the costs of tuition and fees at colleges.
And the department says it is offering scholarships to eligible college students who can show a demonstrated financial need.
This story has been updated to include a list and a statement from the Department.