(SEOG) ^Submenu The Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG) is a federal grant program that does not have to be repaid. The SEOG is awarded to undergraduate students with exceptional need and priority is given to students who received Federal Pell Grant.
A grant intended for undergraduate students who have considerable financial need as determined by FAFSA data. To be considered for the FSEOG, you must also be eligible for the Federal Pell Grant.
A federal grant awarded by colleges to the most needy undergraduate students as determined by the federal need analysis formula.
A form of gift aid awarded by the federal government and based on financial need.
A need-based federal grant that supplements the Federal Pell Grant. Maximum award depends on college policy, availability of funds, total cost of education and amount of other financial aid awarded.
A grant available to undergraduate students with exceptional financial need. Priority is given to students receiving the Federal Pell Grant.
This money is awarded to undergraduate students based on need, and does not have to be repaid. The postsecondary institution awards this money to people with the greatest need.
A federal grant from the U.S. Department of Education awarded to undergraduate students with exceptional financial need.
A grant for undergraduates with exceptional financial need. Federal Pell Grants recipients often get priority for a FSEOG, which has no repayment requirement.
(SEOG)-Federal grant for students with exceptional need. Apply by filling out a FAFSA.
A federal grant for undergraduate students with exceptional financial need which gives priority to students who receive Federal Pell Grants.
A federal grant intended to supplement other forms of financial aid to the most financially needy students.
One of the campus-based programs; grants to 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 Federal Pell Grant recipients with the lowest EFCs.
Federal Government grants for students with exceptional financial need (as determined by the college).
Awarded by colleges, this grant goes to the neediest undergraduate students as determined by the federal need analysis formula.
The Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant is available to students who have demonstrated the highest financial need according to Federal Methodology, as a result of information submitted on the FAFSA. This grant is gift aid that does not need to be repaid.
The Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, more commonly known by its acronym FSEOG, is a federal assistance grant reserved for college students with the greatest need for financial aid to attend school.