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Grants

Federal, state, and ACU specific grants are the most sought after types of aid as they do not have to be repaid.

About grants:

ACU Grant

The ACU Grant program is designed to help students with additional need. In order to be considered, students must complete the FAFSA annually.

Texas Tuition Equalization Grant (TEG)

ACU awards TEG as part of its total grant and scholarship commitment to eligible students. Students must be a resident of Texas with financial need and cannot be a recipient of an athletic scholarship or be enrolled in a theological degree program. Contact Student Financial Services with questions about how TEG might have been used to fund your awards. The state of Texas permits for some hardship provisions which can occasionally allow students to receive aid when they might not otherwise qualify.

Federal Pell Grant

Who: Undergraduates with demonstrated need as determined by the federal government and the funding level approved by Congress.
How Much: Up to $6,495. A completed FAFSA Form will determine how much can be awarded based on federal eligibility.
How Long: While pursuing first undergraduate degree
How to Apply:  Complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form annually
Deadline: N/A
Other: To learn more, click here to visit studentaid.gov

Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (SEOG)

Who: Undergraduates with demonstrated need as determined by the federal government and the funding level approved by Congress.
How Much:
Up to $4,000 per academic year, as determined by federal allocation.
How Long: While pursuing first undergraduate degree.
How to Apply: Complete FAFSA annually.
Deadline:
N/A
Other: 
Amount based on federal guidelines and allocations.

Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education Grant (TEACH)

Who: Students who intend to teach in a public or private elementary or secondary school that serves students from low-income families.
How Much:
Up to $4,000 per year and can be used to replace the student’s Expected Family Contribution (EFC).
How Long:
While pursuing first undergraduate degree.
How to Apply: Complete FAFSA annually.
Deadline: 
March 1