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Public Safety Officer's Survivor Grant Data


 

A Minnesota funded financial aid program for undergraduates

The Public Safety Officer's Survivor Grant provides an educational benefit to dependent children under age 23 and the spouses of public safety officers killed in the line of duty. Eligibility is determined by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.

 

Use of Funds
Award Year Appropriation Number of Awardees Total Dollars Spent Average Award
91-92 $80,000 10 $19,486 $2,005
92-93 $80,000 9 $27,447 $2,938
93-94 $40,000 10 $24,870 $2,586
94-95 $40,000 5 $14,594 $2,919
95-96 $40,000 9 $30,394 $3,377
96-97 $40,000 9 $38,856 $4,317
97-98 $40,000 9 $38,771 $3,863
98-99 $40,000 14 $47,864 $3,419
99-00 $40,000 13 $35,523 $2,733
00-01 $40,000 12 $38,761 $3,230
01-02 $40,000 11 $38,191 $3,472
02-03 $40,000 14 $52,669* $3,762
03-04 $40,000 13 $57,546* $4,427
04-05 $53,000 14 $72,282* $5,163
05-06 $75,000 20 $88,775* $4,439
06-07 $75,000 16 $79,002* $4,938
07-08 $100,000 12 $47,863 $3,989
08-09 $100,000 12 $56,594 $4,716
09-10 $100,000 13 $78,328 $6,025
10-11 $100,000 9 $73,806 $8,201
11-12 $100,000 12 $87,871 $7,323
12-13 $100,000 8 $62,676 $7,835

* Awards exceeded appropriation due to funds transferred in from the Minnesota State Grant Program.

 

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