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Monetary Award

The Monetary Award is a Grant sponsored by Illinois Student Assistance Commission/Client Support Services.

Award Information:

Amount of Grant: Minimum: $300, Average: $2700, Maximum: $4320
Application Deadline: October 1 (new students); June 1 (continuing students)
Requirements: Applicant must be an Illinois resident, attend an Illinois school, have financial need, and complete FAFSA.
Eligibility: College freshman, College sophomore, College junior, College senior

Sponsorship provided by:

Illinois Student Assistance Commission/Client Support Services
1755 Lake Cook Road
Deerfield, IL 60015-5209
Phone Number: 800 899 ISAC / 847 948 8550

You can find out more by contacting:

Client Relations

It is important to spend time looking into the latest information on the grant. Your best chance of success is a result of initially researching the prerequisites and then determining if you qualify. At the outset try to recognize the particular aims of the Illinois Student Assistance Commission/Client Support Services and their goals for the Monetary Award. Once that is done, figure out if there is a reasonable chance of being awarded the grant. Upon determining that you have the possibility of going on to be awarded the Monetary Award, then you should use your time.

One critical detail of working toward obtaining the grant is properly completing the forms. Applications can sometimes be long and boring, but it is absolutely critical that you fill out the application accurately and thoroughly. Pay careful attention so that you won't miss out because of some minor point.

After filing, it's important to know when the Monetary Award chooses a winner and distributes the money in order to stay informed about if you will be able to count on the grant to assist with any bills associated with your education and what assistance it will provide, stipulations may exist on what bills you can pay with the Monetary Award. Increasingly, it is tough to be able to handle the increasing costs of education, and getting the Monetary Award to defray some of the costs can provide significant support. If you don't end up getting the Monetary Award, continue looking, you might find new grants and you may find success elsewhere.

Last Updated: 12/18/2015


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