Nana Grants applicants must be:

  1. A single mother
  2. Low-income (based on income guidelines listed below)
  3. A U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident of the United States
  4. Pursuing a technical or vocational education, an associate’s degree, or a first bachelor’s degree
  5. Enrolled in or accepted to a HOPE-eligible Georgia college or university and maintaining a 2.0 GPA

Other Selection Factors

  1. Clarity of school/career goals
  2. Progress toward meeting those goals
  3. Future plan for meeting those goals

Income Guidelines
Nana Grant's low-income eligibility is based on the student’s estimated household income for the coming year. Our income guidelines come from the Department of Labor’s Lower Living Standard. The figures below are updated each year by January 1st.

Household Size         Annual Income
           1                       up to $23,500
           2                      up to $38,511
           3                      up to $52,863
           4                      up to $65,257
           5                      up to $77,014
           6                      up to $90,059

Non-Discrimination Policy
It is the policy of Nana Grants to make financial awards without regard to race, creed, religion, color, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, nationality, or disability.