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Federal PELL Grant
Applicant can receive only one PELL Grant in an award year. When determining Pell Grant eligibility for transfer students, aid received at another college within the award year will be used to calculate the remaining Pell Grant eligibility for the award year.
Pell Grant Lifetime Eligibility
Once applicant have received a Pell Grant for 12 semesters, or the equivalent, applicant will no longer be eligible for additional Pell Grants. Applicant are eligible to receive a Pell Grant for up to 12 semesters or the equivalent. Equivalency is calculated by adding together the percentage of their Pell eligibility that applicant received each year to determine whether the total amount exceeds 600%.
Pell Grants are awarded to eligible students without regard to priority filing date. Pell Grant awards are reduced if applicant enroll in less than 12 units per semester, including Summer. Other eligible students who have at least a 2.0 GPA may apply for a Cal Grant B Competitive award. If applicant do not complete their service obligation, all TEACH Grant funds applicant received will be converted to a Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan.
Grants Red Hawk Central
If applicant are registered for less than 12 credits their Pell grant will be reduced to the allowable limit based on the US Education’s schedule. There is lifetime limit to the amount of federal Pell money students can receive. Recipients must be eligible for a Pell grant. If applicant receive a TEACH grant but do not complete the required teaching service, applicant will be required to repay the grant as a Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan, with the interest charged from the date of each TEACH grant disbursement. Students must be admitted into a program with a Teacher Education certification to qualify for the grant. This grant is only available to eligible junior, senior and graduate students.
Federal Pell Grant Need-based grant funded by the federal government. Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Need-based grant funded by the federal government. Virginia Wesleyan University only offers TEACH Grants to students that have been accepted into the university Education Program. Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant Requires completion of VTAG application by July 31 and domiciliary residence. Virginia Two-Year Transfer Grant Requires EFC of 12,000 or less, 3.0 GPA and associates degree. Students are responsible for notifying the FAO that they may be eligible for this grant.
CRRSA Act HEERF II Grants
The University notified all HEERF II grant recipients of their eligibility on Feb. As of February 25, 2021, the University has distributed 3,057 HEERF II grants to students totaling $2,504,296. Qualifying part-time students were awarded $500 HEERF II grants, and qualifying full-time students were awarded $856 HEERF II grants. All Pell grant recipients, regardless of their level of unmet need . All Pell grant recipients, a total of 1,232 students, received a HEERF II grant.
Eligibility based on exceptional financial need, in conjunction with Pell Grant. TEACH Grant recipients must complete their Agreement To Serve and TEACH Grant Counseling annually. Failure to complete the service agreement or changing majors to an ineligible degree program will cause the TEACH Grant to be permanently converted to an unsubsidized Federal Direct Loan with interest accruing from the date the TEACH Grant was first disbursed.
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG)
Funds for the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants are allocated to eligible institutions, including the CSU.