The Pell Grants are not going to be a problem. However, your other student loans could present a serious problem. In the case of private student loans it is going to be up to the company making the loan.
It won't be a problem for Pell Grants. For federally guaranteed student loans, it should not be a problem, see 11 USC 525 (e) )(I think) which forbids credit grantors from denying federally guaranteed student loans due to a bankruptcy. For loans not guaranteed by the government, it would be up to the potential creditor.
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