Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
FSEOG is a grant which is available to undergraduate students with exceptional need - those who have the lowest Expected Family Contributions (EFC's,) and therefore the most need. This fund is awarded to undergraduate students, enrolled in their first bachelor’s degree program and are also eligible for a Pell Grant. FSEOG is awarded based on the availability of funds. Priority is given to students who meet the requirements stated above and those who complete the financial aid application process entirely, including but not limited to providing additional requested documentation to the Financial Aid Office.
Students apply for the FSEOG by completing the FAFSA if students meet the requirements listed above, the college will automatically award the student with FSEOG funds.
- Students must be eligible United States citizens or non-citizens.
- Students must be in good academic standing and make satisfactory progress towards completing a degree
- Students may not be in default of any previous federal student loans or owe the federal government a refund of financial aid previously received
- Students must be willing to verify the information they provided on the FAFSA
- Males between 18 and 25 years of age must register with Selective Service
- Students cannot be convicted of possessing or selling illegal drugs while receiving financial aid
- You must be a citizen of the United States or an eligible non-citizen
- Students must be accepted for admission to a degree-seeking program
- Students must register for at least six equated credits
The maximum award amount per academic year is $4000.