The Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) provides funds for Connecticut adult education program in accordance with Connecticut General Statutes (C.G.S.) Sections through d. State grants are based upon a percentage of eligible costs. The Connecticut Aid to Public College Students Grant Program, abbreviated as CAPCS, gives grants only to state residents who are enrolled in a Connecticut public institution of higher education (either a two- or four-year school is acceptable).
The Connecticut Independent College Student Grant Program is available to resident students attending an approved independent college or university within the state. Students may receive up to $7, in financial assistance per year. Awards are determined by financial need. Another grant specific to Connecticut is the CSUG, or Connecticut State University Grant. This award, authorized by Connecticut State Law, allows State University Trustees to give up to $18, to students at Eastern Connecticut State University. At other State universities, the 7/10(5).
Connecticut Independent College Student Grant Program Created with the independent, non-traditional student in mind, this grant is also awarded solely on financial need. The amount awarded is up to $8, per year, making it one of the more generous gifts awarded to the residents of Connecticut. Merit Scholarships Connecticut College offers merit scholarships to enrolling students who have demonstrated both the highest levels of achievement during high school as well as the promise of continued achievement at Conn. Current scholarships range from $15, to $32, and include.