Grant does not have to be repaid provided that the service commitment is fulfilled.
Students enrolled in the following state-approved NSU programs may be eligible to receive the TEACH Grant:
For more information, review the TEACH Grant information on the Department of Education's website.
|Impacted Awards||Statutory Maximum Scheduled Award Amount||Percentage Reduction From Statutory Award Amount||Dollar Reduction Amount||Adjusted Maximum Scheduled Award Amount|
|first disbursed on or after Oct. 1, 2022,
and before Oct. 1, 2023
|first disbursed on or after Oct. 1, 2021,
and before Oct. 1, 2022
Within 120 days of ceasing enrollment in the program for which TEACH Grant funds were received, students must notify the Direct Loan Servicing Center in writing that they are either employed as full-time teachers in accordance with the terms and conditions of the TEACH Grant service obligation or that they are not yet employed, but intend to meet the terms and conditions of the service obligation.
After ceasing enrollment, TEACH Grant Certification must be completed annually unless a subsequent TEACH Grant is received, the TEACH Grant is discharged, or a temporary suspension for completing the service obligation is granted. If this is not completed, all TEACH Grants funds received will convert to Direct Unsubsidized Loans with interest charged from the date of each initial disbursement.