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Grants – money that does not have to be paid back, usually based on need.

Federal Pell Grant

The actual amount of each grant depends on the student’s eligibility which is determined by the results of the student's Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the number of credit hours they are enrolled each semester. The Pell grant is offered Fall and Winter semester. It is awarded based on full time status, which is 12 credits or more and will automatically adjust based on actual credit hours of enrollment. Pell Grant pays based on credit hours, not a full or part time status.

The Pell Grant is available for the Summer semester upon request. Please note, if you are awarded Pell during the Summer, the amount that is awarded in the Winter semester will be reduced.

Pell grant awarded for the Spring semester is based on the student’s unused annual eligibility amount.

Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (SEOG)

Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (SEOG) Grant award is awarded on a first come, first served basis each term to students with financial need. Students must be enrolled at least six (6) credit hours in order to receive this grant. SEOG is awarded at the discretion of the FA office and is subject to change.

More grants are available through the MCC Learning Center on the second floor of the Prahl College Center, room 2280. Contact the Learning Center at (810) 762-0399 or view opportunities at the Learning Center website.
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