Financial Aid

Grants at a Glance

All grants listed require that a student complete a FAFSA and demonstrate financial need. There are no need-based grants for graduate students. 

Federal Pell Grant

Annual Award Amounts: $5,645 (maximum)
U.S. Citizen/Eligible Non-Citizen: Yes
Half-time Enrollment: No
Michigan Residency: No
Special Notes: Available only to students earning their first bachelor's degree.

Federal Supplementary Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)

Annual Award Amounts: $1,000 (maximum)
U.S. Citizen/Eligible Non-Citizen: Yes
Half-time Enrollment: Yes
Michigan Residency: No
Special Notes: Available to Pell Grant recipients with the lowest EFC and the highest need.

University of Michigan-Dearborn Grant

Annual Award Amounts: $3,000 (maximum)
U.S. Citizen/Eligible Non-Citizen: Yes
Half-time Enrollment: Yes
Michigan Residency: No
Special Notes: Students with EFC of 0-7000 and for undergraduates earning their first bachelor's degree.

Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant
Annual Award Amount: $5238.56 (maximum)
U.S. Citizen/Eligible Non-Citizen: Yes
Michigan Residency: No
Special Notes:  Student must have been under the age of 24 or enrolled in college at least part-time at  the time of their parent's or guardian's death in service.  Student cannot be eligible for a Federal Pell Grant  based on less financial need.