Number of Pell Grant recipients in the U.S. 2013/14, by state

Number of students to receive Pell Grants in the United States 2013/14, by state

Number of Pell Grant recipients in the U.S. 2013/14, by state This statistic shows the number of students, attended four year or more institutions, in each state that received Pell Grants in the 2013/14 academic year in the United States. The most Pell Grants were awarded in the state of Florida with a total of 487,305 students receiving grants.
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Number of students to receive Pell Grants in the United States 2013/14, by state

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Number of Pell Grant recipients
Florida 487,305
California 362,768
New York 269,407
Texas 259,099
Georgia 132,573
Michigan 130,544
Pennsylvania 126,966
Ohio 113,077
Illinois 108,268
Virginia 101,185
North Carolina 96,912
Missouri 92,077
Iowa 86,368
Indiana 85,829
Tennessee 80,629
Utah 78,834
Arizona 74,994
Massachusetts 73,353
New Jersey 68,544
Alabama 66,507
Minnesota 62,523
Wisconsin 61,842
Washington 59,796
Kentucky 54,389
Colorado 53,880
West Virginia 52,937
Louisiana 50,004
Oklahoma 49,794
Maryland 49,148
Oregon 42,135
South Carolina 39,367
Arkansas 36,388
Mississippi 35,686
Connecticut 34,847
Kansas 33,434
Nevada 33,134
Idaho 32,287
New Hampshire 26,711
Nebraska 17,459
Maine 15,788
Montana 14,080
Rhode Island 12,761
District of Columbia 12,702
Hawaii 12,565
South Dakota 12,303
North Dakota 10,126
Delaware 9,307
Vermont 8,245
New Mexico 6,789
Alaska 6,694
Wyoming 2,542
Number of Pell Grant recipients
Florida 487,305
California 362,768
New York 269,407
Texas 259,099
Georgia 132,573
Michigan 130,544
Pennsylvania 126,966
Ohio 113,077
Illinois 108,268
Virginia 101,185
North Carolina 96,912
Missouri 92,077
Iowa 86,368
Indiana 85,829
Tennessee 80,629
Utah 78,834
Arizona 74,994
Massachusetts 73,353
New Jersey 68,544
Alabama 66,507
Minnesota 62,523
Wisconsin 61,842
Washington 59,796
Kentucky 54,389
Colorado 53,880
West Virginia 52,937
Louisiana 50,004
Oklahoma 49,794
Maryland 49,148
Oregon 42,135
South Carolina 39,367
Arkansas 36,388
Mississippi 35,686
Connecticut 34,847
Kansas 33,434
Nevada 33,134
Idaho 32,287
New Hampshire 26,711
Nebraska 17,459
Maine 15,788
Montana 14,080
Rhode Island 12,761
District of Columbia 12,702
Hawaii 12,565
South Dakota 12,303
North Dakota 10,126
Delaware 9,307
Vermont 8,245
New Mexico 6,789
Alaska 6,694
Wyoming 2,542
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This statistic shows the number of students, attended four year or more institutions, in each state that received Pell Grants in the 2013/14 academic year in the United States. The most Pell Grants were awarded in the state of Florida with a total of 487,305 students receiving grants.
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