In addition to meeting all Title IV eligibility requirements, you must be a matriculated student and be enrolled in an eligible major to qualify for a TEACH Grant. Below, you can find a link to the 17-18 TEACH Grant Eligible Majors for an idea of the list (please note that this is subject to change for the 18-19 school year, and eligible majors have not yet been finalized as of May 9th). If you become ineligible in the middle of an academic year, you will be responsible for completing the service obligation for the funds that were disbursed to your account; however, you will not receive any future disbursements.
- What is a TEACH grant and how do I apply?
- What are the Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grants?
- How do I know if I qualify for a TEACH Grant?
- How much is the TEACH Grant?
- When will I receive TEACH Grant funds?
- What will happen if I don’t comply with the TEACH Grant Agreement to Serve?
- What do I have to do after graduation to make sure that my TEACH Grant doesn’t get turned into a loan?
- What happens to my TEACH Grant if I decide that I don’t want to be a teacher anymore?
- What is the TEACH Grant Agreement to Serve (ATS)?