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HOPE — Helping Outstanding Pupils Educationally — is Georgia's scholarship and grant program that rewards students with financial assistance in degree, diploma, and certificate programs at eligible Georgia public and private colleges and universities, and public technical colleges.
The U.S. Department of Education uses a standard formula to evaluate Pell Grant eligibility by the information a student supplies on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This formula produces an EFC (expected family contribution) number, which will determine if the student is eligible for the grant. Applicants must be undergraduate students who have not earned a bachelor's degree.
The Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant(SEOG) is a federally funded grant awarded to undergraduates with exceptional financial need. This grant is awarded first to those with maximum Pell Grant eligibility based on the file completion date, including providing all requested documentation to the Office of Financial Aid. Funds are extremely limited and there is no guarantee all eligible students will receive the grant.
The Federal Work-study Program gives students an opportunity for part-time positions. Work-study funds are limited, and the awarding of work-study depends on the availability of funds.
Information on the Southern Crescent Work-Study Program can be found here.