Administered by the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC)
What is it?The IVG is a grant which, if a student qualifies, will cover tuition and most fees at Illinois state-supported colleges, universities, and community colleges. If eligible, a student is given 120 units of credit, equivalent to approximately four years of study, toward credit and non-credit, undergraduate and graduate level courses at Illinois state-supported schools. The grant is administered by the Illinois Student Assistance Commission and is subject to their rules and regulations.
More info available at www.veterans.illinois.gov/benefits/education.htm.
Now what?It takes ISAC approximately four weeks to respond. You will receive a letter of eligibility in the mail.Once you receive your letter, please bring in a copy to the Financial Aid Office.
In order to use your grant, you must: • Be enrolled at an Illinois public two- or four-year college. • Not be in default on any student loan, nor owe a refund on any state or federal grant. • Maintain a grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher.
After confirming this information, we will be able to pay your account.
★ The IVG does not cover laboratory, online course fees or late registration fees at this time; therefore, be aware these costs will fall to you, the student.
For more information: www.isac.org →Go to ISAC Gift Assistance Programs →Go to IL Veteran Grant (IVG)
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Information as of 06/2012
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