a grant from the federal government for undergraduate, first degree seeking students with exceptional financial need
a grant, which does not have to be paid back
an award that does not have to be
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants. Government grants distributed by colleges, at their discretion, to students based on need.
Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant. Federal grant program for undergraduate students with exceptional need. FSEOG grants are awarded by the school's financial aid office, and provide up to $4,000 per year. To qualify, a student must also be a recipient of a Pell Grant.
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grants. One of the campus-based programs for undergraduate students of exceptional financial need who have not completed their first baccalaureate degree and who are financially in need of this grant to enable them to pursue their education. Priority for FSEOG awards must be given to Pell Grant recipients.
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG) are government-sponsored, college-administered loans awarded to exceptionally needy students. Eligibility for FSEOGs is determined by the federal government and the program gives priority to students receiving federal Pell Grants. FSEOGs are awarded by each school from available federal funds. There is no guarantee that each school will have enough funding to award an FSEOG to every eligible student.
Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant. A federal grant under campus-based programs that you do not have to repay. The school sets criteria for awarding the funds. Preference is given to students who demonstrate need and complete the FAFSA early.