Council of Trustees Handbook 717-783-1540 Higher Education: Primer March 25, 2022 - Page 10 Grants are made to the institution, not the student, although many schools use them to help augment student financial aid packages. Other PHEAA Programs PHEAA administers other state-funded programs including: • Matching payments – help institutions maximize student financial aid resources from federal workstudy programs, and other programs that require a state or local match. • Act 101 Program - provides grants to institutions to provide tutoring, counselling, and enrichment services to undergraduate students from economically or educationally underserved backgrounds. • Higher Education of Blind or Deaf Students Program – up to $500 grants to Pennsylvania resident students who are blind or deaf. • Bond-Hill Scholarships – provide full scholarships for graduates of Pennsylvania’s two historically black colleges – Cheyney University and Lincoln University – who are pursuing select graduate degrees at another state-related university or PASSHE university. Fields include medicine, law, dentistry, doctorate in education, MBA, MPA, health administration, STEM-H and social work. • Cheyney Keystone Academy – supports the honors program at Cheyney University • Internship program grant – supports a non-profit that facilitates student internships in Washington, D.C.