Grants



Federal Grant Programs

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Federal Pell Grant: Grant from the federal government to undergraduate students (with no prior bachelor's or professional degree) with high need. These grants are based on the student's enrollment status.  Students can receive this grant with as little as 3 credits of attendance in a semester.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG): Grant from the federal government to undergraduate students with high need. Priority of this grant funding is given to students who are Pell Grant recipients.

 

Massachusetts Grant Programs

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MASSGrant: Grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to full-time (12 credits or more each semester) undergraduate students who are residents of Massachusetts and demonstrate exceptional financial need. Recipients cannot have a prior bachelor's or professional degree. FAFSA deadline is May 1st. FAFSAs that are filed after May 1st are not considered eligible.

Tuition Waiver: Need-based grant aid from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to undergraduate students who are residents of Massachusetts and have no prior bachelor's or professional (Masters, doctoral)degree.

Cash Access Grant: Need-based grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to undergraduate students who are residents of Massachusetts and have no prior bachelor's or professional degree.

Part-time Grant: Need-based grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to undergraduate students enrolled in 6 to 11 credits each semester. This grant is for Massachusetts residents who have no prior bachelor's or professional degree.  Students must qualify for the federal Pell Grant Program to receive funds from this state program.

Last Modified: 8/5/12