Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
FSEOG is an undergraduate award to students with exceptional financial need. Federal Pell Grant recipients receive priority for these awards. The FSEOG annual awards from $200 to $4,000 a year, however each institution can establish its own guidelines within these ranges.
Am I eligible for the FSEOG Grant?
- Open to US citizens and eligible non-citizens.
- You must be an eligible student whose Expected Family Contribution (EFC) is less than or equal to the figure set by the Federal Government for the academic year. For more information about EFC, please check out our Financial Aid Eligibility sub-menu.
- Your EFC is determined from the information that you provide on your FAFSA. (SUSLA’s federal school code is 007686. Our priority deadline is April 14th)
- You must meet all of the eligibility criteria required for receipt of federal aid including SAP.
- You must be enrolled in an undergraduate program leading to a certificate or an associate degree.
- Funds are very limited and award amounts may be adjusted based on financial need and fund availability. The FSEOG annual award ranges are as follows:
- Full-time (12 hours or greater) = $750 per semester (up to $1500 annually)
- Three-quarter time (9 hours to 11 hours) = $500 per semester (up to $1000 annually)
- Half-time (6 hours to 8 hours) = $350 per semester (up to $700)