The Pell Grant annual award amount is based on:
- The student's FAFSA EFC calculation
- The student's enrollment status each term of enrollment (full-time, three-quarter-time, half-time, or less-than-half-time)
- The University's cost of attendance
Information for the 2020-21 year (funding levels should be determined by February, 2020):
- To be Pell Grant eligible, the FAFSA EFC must be 5,711 or less and the student must meet all other Pell eligibility requirements.
- The maximum Pell Grant is $6,345 for an EFC of 0 when enrolled full-time.
- For full-time students at Cedarville, the Pell Grant Amount ranges from $639 up to $6,345.
Visit the Federal Student Aid website for additional information.
To obtain a federal Pell Grant, the student must complete the FAFSA and be within the EFC eligibility range for that specific academic year. In addition, a student must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) and must meet all other eligibility requirements.