Pell Grant eligible students can receive up to 150% of their scheduled Pell award
for each year.
What does this mean for you?
If you were eligible for the Pell Grant during the fall 2018 and/or spring 2019 semester(s),
you may qualify for additional Pell Grant funding for the summer 2019 semester!
- Pell Grant Eligible, as determined by the 2018/19 FAFSA
- Enroll in summer courses, at Southeast
- A student who was enrolled full-time during the fall and spring semesters must be
enrolled in at least 6 credit hours for the summer.
- A student who was enrolled part-time during the fall or spring semester may have remaining
Pell Grant eligibility.
- Meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress
- Have Lifetime Pell Grant eligibility remaining
- You can check your remaining eligibility level online at https://nslds.ed.gov. Login using your FSA ID and view your Lifetime Eligibility Units (LEU) on the “Financial
Aid Review” page.
- The maximum timeframe students can receive the Pell Grant is the equivalent of twelve
full-time semesters (one full-time semester of Pell equals 50%).
- Since students can only receive aid for up to 150% of the program length (measured in credit hours), make sure to take courses required for your degree.
- Pell Grant alone is not enough to cover the full cost of attending summer classes,
but it can be very close!
- Enroll for summer courses! (required for your degree)
- We will review your eligibility in April (as long as you are enrolled for summer)
and send you an email letting you know your award letter is available.