Financial aid comes in the form of grants, loans, and scholarships that are made possible through federal and state programs under Title IV Federal Student Financial Aid. These programs help you pay for the costs of your college education.
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Federal Pell Grant
Federal Pell Grants usually are awarded only to undergraduate students who display exceptional financial need and have not earned a bachelor's, graduate, or professional degree. A Federal Pell Grant, unlike a loan, does not have to be repaid, except under certain circumstances. Find out why you might have to repay all or part of a federal grant. You may not receive Federal Pell Grant funds from more than one school at a time. Visit studentaid.gov for detailed information about Federal Pell Grants.
Federal Supplement Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
Available to eligible students with the most financial need who are enrolled in six or more units per semester. The FSEOG is awarded on a first come first serve basis and ranges from $100-$500 per academic school year.
This is a source of financial aid that assist students with the cost of their education after high school. Although this is a type of federal assistance, all loans are monies that must be repaid.
This grant is for students who are at least one-fourth degree blood quantum of American Indian, Eskimo or Aleut Tribes registered with the BIA. Students must have a financial need for assistance. The amount of grant varies according to assessed need.
For further information on student aid, please refer to these websites.