If you want to achieve success in life, you need to put in the effort. When you really go all out to achieve something, there is always someone who comes along to help you. This is true even for getting your college degree. Many women just give up when they think of the price tag (i.e. tuition fees) or time and effort needed to study. But those who commit themselves will find not only Pell Grants for single mothers but other school grants for women as well.
Single mothers can do anything. They can go to school and raise their children. Scholarships are essential to the path to higher education. You can search online for scholarships or grants from the federal government such as the Pell grant. Do not be shy, meet with your high school guidance counselor and the financial aid offices of the schools that you are interested in attending. Ask them questions and then ask them more questions.
These folks do this for a living. They are experts. Your high school guidance counselor can help you select the schools that would be a good fit for you. The financial aid office can guide you as to scholarships, loans, and grants. Let them get to know you, and they will likely be able to dig up money from somewhere to help you. Schools have discretionary funds that can be used as they wish.
Be careful not to fall prey to internet scams. Do not pay for scholarship, grant, or loan information. Do not provide your bank account or credit card information online to a school or scholarship service.
Most schools have a free application if you apply online. They do not charge money for helping you to find money. The forms can be intimidating but do not give up. Fill in one blank and one line at a time. Slow and steady wins the race. There are scholarships out there for you whether they are Pell Grants or some other type of scholarships for single mothers.