Information for each grant may be reviewed by selecting the title. The priority deadline date for campus-based aid is February 1st of each year. If you change your enrollment status within the first 14 days of classes, your financial aid will be adjusted accordingly and you may be billed. Review the Terms and Conditions for further information.
- Federal Pell Grants
Federal funds available to undergraduate students who have not earned a bachelor's or professional degree; are working towards a degree; and must meet federal government's eligibility criteria. This award is disbursed in accordance to your enrollment status. This award does not usually require repayment.
Students can only receive a Pell Grant for a maximum of 12 full-time semesters or equivalent.
- Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
Campus-based aid program. These federal funds are available to undergraduate students who meet our campus-based priority deadline as well as the federal government's eligibility criteria.
Meeting the deadline does not ensure receipt of the grant, as funds are limited. It is our policy to award SEOG funds to the most needy of students. Our office defines this as students with a zero Expected Family Contribution. Exceptions to this policy are granted based on professional judgment. This award does not usually require repayment.
- TEACH Grant
Students who plan to teach may wish to consider the TEACH Grant, a federal program for students committed to teaching in high need subject areas.
Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grants
If your parent or guardian died as a result of military service in Iraq or Afghanistan, you may be eligible for an Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant. Like other federal grants, Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grants provide money to college or career school students to help pay their education expenses. However, Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grants have special eligibility criteria.