SCHOOL CODE:  001817

Grants Available with FAFSA

If you file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), we will automatically consider you for the following grants listed in the table below.

You don't have to do anything to accept this aid, and you don't have to pay it back if you complete your coursework. These awards do not automatically renew - you have to submit a FAFSA each year.

This list includes SSACI State grants such as the Core 40, 21st Century and Frank O'Bannon Higher Education Awards, which require the FAFSA be submitted annually and received by the Indiana state deadline of March 10th. Questions about SSACI awards?

Grants you can get with the FAFSA
Award Half-time Eligibility Amount for academic year Notes
Federal Pell Grant Yes     
  • EFC of $5,081 or less for 2013/2014
  • EFC of $4,995 or less for 2012/2013
  • Pursuing 1st undergraduate degree
  • Degree Seeking
 

Varies according to EFC and hours enrolled
2013/2014 MAX: $5645

2012/2013 MAX:  $5,550

The US Government guarantees enough funds to provide a Pell Grant to every eligible student.

Award is limited to 6 full time years or 600%.  If a student attends full time in the fall and spring, they have used 100% of their lifetime maximum.  If a student attends half time in the fall and spring, they have used 50% of their lifetime maximum.
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Yes     
  • Pell Grant Recipient
  • EFC of '0'
  • Pursuing 1st undergraduate degree
  • Degree Seeking
$550 Based on availability of funds.(Limited funds – awarded on a first come first served basis)
SSACI - Frank O'Bannon Higher Education Award, Core 40 Award No      Need-based grants designed to provide access for Hoosier students to attend eligible post- secondary institutions. Full-time only. (Part-time awards granted on limited basis.) $200 to $5172 File the FAFSA by March 10th, www.in.gov/ssaci/ 317-232-2350