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You may be eligible for federal aid from the United States Department of Education if you:
Are enrolled in a degree or certificate program
Are a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen
Have a high school diploma or GED
Demonstrate satisfactory academic progress
Are not in default on a Perkins Loan, Direct Loan, Stafford Loan, PLUS or SLS Loan at any institution
Do not owe a refund of any federal financial aid at any institution
Are registered with Selective Service, if required
Have never been convicted of a drug-related offense
Have completed necessary entrance counseling for first-time borrowers of federal Direct Loan awards
Through this program, eligible undergraduate students may receive grants based on college costs and the expected family contribution (determined by factors such as family income and assets, size of family and number of post-secondary students in the family). No repayment is required. The Pell grant is available to students taking as little as one (1) credit.
As an undergraduate student, you may receive federal grants. These grants are awarded based on exceptional need and circumstances. No repayment is required.
This program, supported through federal and college funds, may be available to you if you are enrolled and can demonstrate financial need. Awards vary according to need and available funds. You may be employed either on- or off-campus with public or nonprofit agencies. Earnings must be used solely for educational purposes. Biweekly payment is made directly to you based on wage and hours worked. Work-study awards cannot be used for tuition, fees or book vouchers.