Grants Available at SFSC

Grants are awarded by federal, state and institutional sources and do not have to be paid back. Grants are based on financial need and require that you complete the FAFSA. Applications submitted by April 15 are given priority consideration for many types of aid.

Year-Round Pell Grant Examples

Listed below are five examples of how students with an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of 0000 will be able to use Pell Grants to pay for college. This is based on the 2017-2018 Pell Grant amount of $5,920 for full-time enrollment. 

Example
Fall
Spring
Summer
Pell Usage for the Academic Year
1
Enrolled 12+ credits
Award = $2,960
Pell usage is 50%
Enrolled 12+ credits
Award = $2,960
Pell usage is 50%
Enrolled 12+ credits
Award = $2,960
Pell usage is 50%
150%
2
Enrolled 12+ credits
Award = $2,960
Pell usage is 50%z
Enrolled 9 credits
Award = $2,220
Pell usage is 37.5%
Enrolled 6 credits
Award = $1,480
Pell usage is 25%
112.5%
3
Enrolled 9 credits
Award = $2,220
Pell usage is 37.5%
Enrolled 9 credits
Award = $2,220
Pell usage is 37.5%
Enrolled 9 credits
Award = $2,220
Pell usage is 37.5%
112.5%
4
Enrolled 9 credits
Award = $2,220
Pell usage is 37.5%
Enrolled 9 credits
Award = $2,220
Pell usage is 37.5%
Enrolled 3 credits
Award = $740
Pell usage is 12.5%*
87.5%
5
Enrolled 12+ credits
Award = $2,960
Pell usage is 50%
Enrolled 12+ credits
Award = $2,960
Pell usage is 50%
Enrolled 3 credits
Pell = 0**
100%
*The student is still in the first 100%, so the student doesn’t have to be ½ time.

**The student has received 100% and is not enrolled ½ time in second Pell.