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Summer term: The Pell Grant is a federally funded grant awarded to students with financial need based on either the 2018–19 or 2019–20 FAFSA. Year-round Pell allows a student to be awarded up to 150 percent of the annual Pell award amount.
The school will determine from which award year the summer grant will be funded. Enrollment level on the Pell Census date (August 8, 2019) determines the final Pell Grant award amount.
To be eligible, you must:
Summer term: A PHEAA summer grant is available to undergraduate students who are Pennsylvania residents. To apply, file a PHEAA State Grant Summer Application by August 15.
If you enroll half-time, the summer award will count as half an award toward your lifetime maximum of eight full-time PHEAA awards.
See more information on applying for a PHEAA grant.
Summer term: The maximum amount you can borrow is determined by subtracting the amount already borrowed during the fall and spring terms from your annual Direct Loan limit. Generally, students use their annual maximum loan eligibility
during the fall and spring and have no eligibility left for summer.
See more information on applying for a Direct Loan.
Summer term: To apply, the parent borrower must complete a summer PLUS Loan application, which will be available mid-April.
See further information on applying for a Parent PLUS Loan.
Summer term: If you are ineligible for Federal Direct Loans, you may consider an alternative loan.
See more information on applying for alternative loans.
Summer term: Students who have secured summer employment on campus or with an approved local community service organization (through the Office of Service Learning)
can apply for FWS.
Eligibility is based on financial need and summer cost of attendance.
Summer enrollment is not required. However, you must be enrolling for the upcoming fall term, and a percentage of earnings will be utilized in your 2019–20 financial aid package. This may affect your eligibility for some financial aid loan programs.
See more information on applying for Federal Work Study.