What Is a Federal SEOG Grant?


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A Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, or SEOG, is a financial grant for undergraduate college students enrolled in a college or university. Students who display a dire financial need are considered and, if applicable, awarded an SEOG grant for educational expenses and tuition.

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To determine eligibility for an SEOG grant, students must complete the Free Application for Student Aid, or FAFSA, that collects financial data and personal information. The information from the FAFSA is forwarded to the financial aid office of the student's college of choice and the financial aid office processes paperwork to determine if a student receives the SEOG grant, which does not need to be paid back to the federal government.

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