Grants & Scholarships
For federal and state "need based" financial aid, students must either be U.S. citizens, on a permanent resident visa, or an otherwise eligible non-citizen. Students must be attending an accredited college or university, demonstrate financial need, provide copies of their previous year's tax returns (both federal and state), and other forms as needed to comply with requirements for the various programs.
The "need" eligibility is determined through processing of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), in combination with established budgets filed with the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Financial aid sought beyond the need determination may be provided through non-need based types of assistance up to the amount of the budget.
Current Parker students can apply for grants and scholarships.
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Available grants and scholarships:
State Grants and Scholarships:
Various states besides Texas have grant programs. Below is a listing of information for states that offer students grants. It is the student’s responsibility to contact the appropriate office in their state in order to begin the application process for the following grants. If your state is not listed, contact the Department of Higher Education of your state to inquire about possible grant/scholarship opportunities.
Many state chiropractic associations provide annual scholarship opportunities for students. We have compiled a list of current state scholarships below for your convenience. If your state is not listed, please contact your States’ chiropractic association. The American Chiropractic Association has a complete list of contact information for individual state organizations at www.acatoday.org. Click on “About Us” and then on “Related Organizations” for the contact info for your state.