The Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant is a grant that is awarded to undergraduate student who demonstrates exceptional financial need to help pay for their education.
Each participating school's, financial aid office oversees the FSEOG program individually and they will evaluate your eligibility based on the data from your FAFSA.
Federal government contributes 75% of the funds & your school adding another 25%. The amount of this funding is not guaranteed by the government and may change from year to year.
Depending on your financial need, the amount of other aid you receive, when you apply & the availability of funds at your school, you may receive between $100 and $4,000 a year.
Your school may pay you directly, credit your student account, or use a combination of these methods. At least once each term, your school must disburse funds.
Fill out and submit the FAFSA as soon as you can starting on October 1. A student must submit the FAFSA by January 3 for 2022–2023 academic year.