Primarily to maintain "Big government" and keep the populace dependant on them.
This is a simple anwer ... If the government didn't offer financial aide then us the people would stay stupid and only have low income jobs thus paying less in taxes.. Government gives out aide for those that have a need to better themselves and to raise revenue coming back in the form of interest and higher tax bracket citizens into their pockets to pay for all the wonderful other benefits they offer us citizens.
Goes with the motto: "You have to spend a little to make a little extra back."
Students need financial aid because most families cannot afford to pay the high cost of college tuition on their own. Financial aid offers them grants, loans, and/or workstudy opportunities. Scholarships are another way that students can get free money for college.
You can find out about financial aid and winning scholarships by going to http://www.how2winscholarships.com. That site really helped my son when he was graduating from high school and looking for money for college.
To provide federal money for programs with local control.
The federal government does not give states loans with interest!
Hoover believed that the federal government could not give direct aid to individuals. He believed in free market capitalism and did not think the constitution gave the federal government the power to set prices.
the department of state
Federal comes from the government where as the aid from California comes from the state itself.
If you need information about federal financial aid. You can find out online information about federal financial aid. at http://studentaid.ed.gov/redirects/federal-student-aid-ed-gov
Constitutional authority to provide financial aid is derived from the power to tax and spend. Specifically, Article I, Section 8, Clause 1, states that congress has the power to provide for the general welfare. Educational loans are an aspect of the general welfare of the nation.
The best financial aid service that does provide more for single parents is FAFSA. Go to FAFSA.org and fill out an application they will automatically tell you what you've been granted. Just print and take to the college and they will provide financial aid.
Financial aid typically comes in the form of federal student loans (Which you pay back). Pell grants also come from the federal government but you don't have to pay them back.
Financial aid granted by one government to another (e.g., by the National Government to the States), with the funds available subject to certain conditions and to be used for certain purposes.
The US Government operates a student financial aid office called "Federal Student Financial Aid"". They also offer a program called Free Application for Federal Student Aide, commonly referred to as FASFA.
Yes. You can apply for a loan or scholarship through your local federal government branch.
You can start your search with the federal government at www.fafsa.ed.gov
Deadlines for financial aid applications depend on your school's policy. However, if you are looking to receive federal financial aid, you must complete the online FAFSA (the federal application for financial aid) by June 30, 2011.
There is a federal financial aid website, www.fafsa.ed.gov/ . This website will allow you to apply for financial aid in any state.
The federal financial aid is open to everyone that has a social security number and is a legal resident. Most financial aid is used for college students that need help paying for college.