High school students who plan to enroll at a two-year state institution next year should know that a pilot program could cover any remaining tuition after their other federal and state grants are exhausted. Ginny Dodds with the Office of Higher Education says a student’s course of study must be in a high-demand field, which includes health care, agriculture, business management, human services, engineering, manufacturing or I-T. But Dodds adds it’s “a very broad list… just about every program at a MN-SCU two-year institution.” For more info, visit the Minnesota Office of Higher Education website. Students should apply as early as possible because funds are limited.
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