Submenu The Federal Pell Grant (Pell) is a federal grant program that does not have to be repaid. The Pell is awarded to undergraduate students with exceptional need and who have not earned a bachelor's or professional degree.
Finanical assistance awarded by the federal government on the basis of need and designed to provide the floor of an aid package for postsecondary education.
400 - $4,050 Amount of award is determined by the expected family contribution as indicated on the actual cost of attendance of TSU.
a need based financial aid program funded by the federal government. Students with an EFC less than $x are eligible for the Pell Grant. The amount of the award is based on the student's enrollment level (full time, three-quarter time, etc.) and the cost of attendance.
a federally administered program that award grants to undergraduate students seeking their first baccalaureate degree
a free grant and is available to eligible undergraduate students
a grant awarded by the federal government to students with high financial need
a grant funded by the government that does not have to be repaid
a grant that the student does not pay back
an award to help first-time undergraduates pay for their education after high school
an award to help undergraduate students pay for their education at
a need-based award for undergraduate students to help meet the cost of higher education
an entitlement program that is based on financial need
Federal grant awarded to undergraduate students based on need.
The largest pool of federal grant money. You must apply for a Federal Pell Grant, using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), to be considered for other forms of aid.
The largest federal grant program. It awards funds to millions of lower-income students each year.
Federal money that does not have to be repaid; based on the EFC and cost of attendance. Generally, Pell Grant is only awarded to undergraduate students.
This is money awarded to undergraduate students based on need, and does not have to be repaid. The federal government awards this money to people with the greatest financial need.
Provides grants to qualified undergraduate students who have financial need and meet requirements for Student Financial Assistance. When the FAFSA is filed every student is automatically considered for a Pell Grant.
A college federal financial aid grant program. Students apply by filling out the FAFSA.
A federal grant program for needy postsecondary students who have not yet received a baccalaureate or first professional degree; administered by the U.S. Department of Education.
Need-based funding provided by the Department of Education.
A federal grant from the U.S. Department of Education awarded generally to undergraduate students who have not earned a bachelor's degree.
Federal Grant awarded to undergraduate students with a EFC less than $3850 as determined by filing the FAFSA, which determines both eligibility and the amount of the award. (Amounts range $400 - $4050).
The Federal Pell Grant is the largest student grant program. Based on financial need.
Federal grant awarded on the basis of need to undergraduate students.
The Federal Pell 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.
This grant, which requires no repayment, is an entitlement grant from the U.S. Department of Education for undergraduate students demonstrating exceptional financial need.
A Federal Pell Grant is a Federal assistance grant awarded to students who have not earned a bachelor's or professional degree. Pell Grants give students financial aid. Other aid may be added later.