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Grants help you achieve your educational goals.

They are a  form of financial aid. You are not require to repay a grant.

Federal Pell Grant
The Pell Grant is a federal assistance program intended to assist low income undergraduate students with the costs of attending college.
As in any grant, it is a form of gift aid, which does not have to be repaid if the student completes the semester and earns academic credit. The amount of the award depends on the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) on the Student Aid Report and the number of credit hours for which a student enrolls. A student who has already earned a bachelor’s degree is not eligible for this grant. During 2018-2019, the annual value of Pell Grants at Clark State ranged from $652 to $6,095 for part-time and full-time students, respectively.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
The FSEOG is provided to assist a student who has an exceptional financial need. The maximum amount that can be granted for the academic year is $4,000. FSEOGs are dependent upon yearly federal allocations; the amount awarded, therefore, may be much less than the authorized maximum. A typical award at Clark State will range from $250-1,000 per academic year.

Visit the Federal Student Aid website for additional aid resources. FSEOG awards must be directed toward to exceptionally needy students with priority given to Pell grant recipients.

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