The WTC grant benefits dependent youngsters and enduring companions of New Jersey occupants who were killed or passed away because of wounds supported by the psychological oppressor assaults against the U.S. on September 11, 2001. The honor likewise benefits the dependents of the individuals who passed away because of an aftereffect of the disease brought about by openness to the attack destinations. Those bringing about the full-time cost of participation at a qualified organization, having lost the monetary assets of a parent or mate, are considered to have monetary needs. Therefore, the WTC Board sets the measure of the grant each late spring for the following scholastic year.
The grant sum can’t exceed the real educational cost, expenses, accommodation also as the board charged. Grant sums may change because of changes in program financing and understudies’ other accessible monetary help. Understudies to be eligible must be residents, qualified non-residents, or qualified to record the NJ Alternative financial aid application, and he must also be a full-time undergraduate understudy. Eligibility to apply is restricted to 8 years from the date of the kid’s secondary school graduation and eight years from the date of death for the mate. The applicant must maintain acceptable scholastic standing.
HESAA, the Higher Education Student Assistance Authority, is the main New Jersey state organization with the sole mission of furnishing understudies and families with monetary and enlightening assets for understudies to seek after their schooling past secondary school.
Below we have a brief description of the following scholarship:
|Education Level||Undergraduate Student|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Application Fees||Not required|
Who is Eligible?
The eligibility criteria for the following scholarship is as follows:
- Be a child or spouse of an individual who was an NJ resident on September 11, 2001, who was:
- killed in the terrorist attacks against the United States on September 11, 2001
- died as a result of injuries received in the attacks
- died as a result of illness caused by exposure to the attack sites
- declared missing and officially presumed dead as a result of the attacks
- Students must be citizens, eligible non-citizens, or eligible to file the NJ Alternative Financial Aid Application.
- Be a full-time undergraduate student
- Eligibility to apply is limited to eight years from the date of the child’s high school graduation and eight years from the date of death for the spouse.
- Maintain satisfactory academic progress
- Not have received the maximum allowable number of payments. For example eight semesters of payment for a regular four-year degree program; five semesters of payment for a regular two-year degree program.
How to Apply?
All eligible candidates can apply for this scholarship by downloading an application at www.njgrants.org or calling HESAA Customer Care Center at 609-584-4480 or e-mail at email@example.com. The rest procedure will be explained to you by the experts.
Following are the documents that need to be attached with your application form:
- Proof that the deceased was a New Jersey resident on September 11, 2001
- An original or certified copy of the death certificate, or an accurate and complete photocopy of the original or certified copy of the death certificate
- A letter from the deceased’s physician stating the cause of death
- Proof that the deceased was registered with an appropriate state or federal registry, including, but not limited to:
- The Victim’s Compensation Fund
- The World Trade Center Medical Monitoring & Treatment Program
- The World Trade Center Health Effects Treatment
The final recipients of this grant will have the chance to study at any university or college in New Jersey, and the tuition costs of it will be borne by the scholarship-providing organization.
The application deadlines for this grant are as follows:
- Fall and spring terms – October 1 of the academic year for which aid is requested
- Spring term only – March 1 of the academic year for which aid is requested