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Grants are financial aid that does not usually need to be repaid.
There are criteria you must meet in order to qualify, depending on the
Federal Pell Grants:
Grants for eligible undergraduate students (who have not earned a
prior bachelor’s degree) have a maximum award of $5,815 for the
2016-2017 award year. The actual amount of the grant is based on the
cost of the education, financial need, number of hours enrolled and the
Federal Pell Grant regulations.
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG):
Grants for undergraduate students (who have not earned a prior
bachelor’s degree) who show exceptional need; FSEOG is $375 per semester
for those who qualify. The federal government provides the school with
a limited pool of money. When the funds are exhausted, no more funds
are awarded for the year.
Chamberlain Access Grants (CAG):
Additional grant funding for recipients of the Federal Supplemental
Education Opportunity Grant (FSEOG). This grant is funded by
Chamberlain and is $125 per semester for any student also receiving
Many states have grant and scholarship programs that provide funding
to students who demonstrate financial need or have successfully achieved
certain academic qualifications. Recipients are typically required to:
Chamberlain currently participates in state-funded programs in the following states:
The first step in
qualifying for financial assistance is completing and filing the Free
Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)®, which serves as an application for all federal – and most state – student aid programs.
The FAFSA can be filed electronically at http://fafsa.ed.gov;
be sure to include the Chamberlain school code (006385). If you attend
our Indianapolis campus, or are an Indiana state resident enrolled in
our RN to BSN program option, please include school code E02182 as your
first school code (in addition to 006385) to be considered for Indiana
state grant funds.Chamberlain’s priority deadline for filing the FAFSA
is March 1. The FAFSA should be filed within two weeks of application
for admission and must be renewed each year. Prompt submission assures
consideration for maximum available financial aid. The information
reported on the FAFSA is used to determine the expected family
contribution (EFC). Financial aid eligibility is determined by
subtracting the EFC from the total estimated educational expenses.
the FAFSA has been processed, the student will receive a Student Aid
Report (SAR). The student and/or family must review the SAR for accuracy
and notify the financial aid office of any necessary corrections.
packages are developed using information from the FAFSA and any
supplemental documents. The foundation for all assistance is
contributions from student and family income and assets. Chamberlain
provides students with award letters indicating the amount of financial
aid for which they may be eligible and sources from which the aid may be
Reinstated/readmitted students may be considered for financial aid if they meet all eligibility requirements.
complies with all applicable state and federal equal credit opportunity
laws; however, Chamberlain cannot guarantee financial assistance or
credit to any student.
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