NJ lottery officials say a lottery tax calculator created by the state lottery can be “used to determine the value of scholarships” as part of a program that helps pay for college education.

    The lottery’s scholarship program allows families to make a donation to their college scholarships program, which can then be used to buy tuition at accredited colleges and universities.

    The program was created to raise money to help struggling students pay for school.

    The calculator lets families select a number of scholarships for each family member and then enter a total amount that they would like to donate to their scholarships program.

    The amount can be as low as $500 and as high as $1,000.

    If the family chooses to pay, the amount of the donation will be used toward the purchase of tuition for the families tuition, according to the lottery’s announcement.

    This is a new lottery that has had a very low rate of return in the last six months, lottery spokesman Michael Gazzaniga said.

    The lottery’s website lists a return rate of 0.5 percent.

    The program is still open for families to apply.

    A family can pay as much as $300 to be considered for a scholarship and receive up to $2,000 in cash.