College/University Grants & Scholarships. Individual colleges and universities provide students with institutional grants and scholarships, which lower tuition sticker price. Similar to grants from the State of Ohio, these can be based on areas of study, academic merit, financial need, and more. Grants to Ohio credit unions to institute educational and informational outreach programs that offer financial services and financial education in local communities and schools. Eligible programs may also be those that target members and diverse populations. Funding is intended for community programming that fulfills the s.
Through the most efficient and innovative means available, the Office of Federal and State Grants Administration will assist local constituencies in establishing effective fiscal management for grants including acting as a centralized liaison between Department program functions and key educational stakeholders and providing expert technical. The Patton College of Education’s Stevens Literacy Center has been awarded an adult literacy grant from Aspire, making Ohio University the first four-year institution to receive such funding.
adult education in Ohio. OAACE has awarded over $7,ooo in scholarships in 20to students and professional members that are pursuing higher education. OAACE is the largest and oldest professional adult education organization in the state with over 300 members in the organization. This program provides grants to states to fund local programs of adult education and literacy services, including workplace literacy services, family literacy services, and English literacy and civics education .