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PHEAA Ready to Succeed Scholarship (RTSS) Program Students whose family income does not exceed $110,000 may be qualified for the RTSS scholarships, but did not receive one, are eligible for this program. The scholarship amount for full-time students is from $500-$2000. Part-timers may qualify for up to $1,000. FAFSA and Pennsylvania State Grant (PSG) applications are required. Students do not need to show financial need for the RTSS. Students must have completed at least one full year (24 credits) by the time school checks on academic progress for the PSG, which includes maintaining at least a 3.25 GPA.


New Economy Technology Scholarship (NETS) Program At the current time, the NETS program is not being funded. Undergraduates studying in approved science or technology fields are eligible for the NETS scholarships. You must agree to work full time in Pennsylvania for at least one year for each year you receive the scholarship. First time applicants must submit the application package. Those seeking renewal need only submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).


PATH Program The Partners for Access to Higher Education Program provides qualified students (already receiving grant or scholarship from one of the PHEAA PATH Partners), the possibility of receiving matching funds up to a maximum of $2,500 per year. Click here for a listing of Participating PATH Partners.


The Pennsylvania House of Representatives' Scholarship Program Two scholarships are awarded each year to high school seniors planning on continuing their education at a Pennsylvania higher learning institution. The scholarships are worth about $2,500 and may be renewable for four years. For more information, visit the Pennsylvania House of Representatives' Scholarship Program page on the Foundation for Enhancing Communities website.
Additionally, scholarship recipients may be eligible for matching funds through the AES/PHEAA's PATH program if several conditions are met, includingbeing a state grant recipient, having financial need and being enrolled in an approved PA institution.


For more information on Pennsylvania state scholarships, please visit the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency website.


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