Grants are usually based on financial need, do not need to be repaid, and are generally available from the federal government, state government or the college you are attending. Grants are only available to undergraduate students that are U.S. citizens working toward their first bachelor's degree.
Federal grants are awarded to undergraduate students who apply with the FAFSA and are considered eligible based on their financial need.
|PELL GRANT||Part- or full-time undergraduates with financial need||$574-5,730||Complete FAFSA||Not applicable, no repayment required|
|SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY GRANT (SEOG)||Part- or full-time undergraduates with financial need||$200-500||Complete FAFSA by February 1||Not applicable, no repayment required|
The State of Missouri offers grants to students who are Missouri Residents, and who are attending a college or university in the state. Additional information can be found at dhe.mo.gov.
|ACCESS MISSOURI GRANT||Full-time Missouri resident undergraduates with EFC $0 - $12,000||Varies||Complete FAFSA by February 1||Not applicable, no repayment required|