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Grants are a form of financial aid that you do not need to repay. Many grants are based on financial need, and some also take into consideration academic performance, academic degree program, and/or residence status.
You will need to complete your FAFSA to be evaluated for federal grant eligibility. You can learning more about the FAFSA by checking out this video.
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Up to an additional 50% of Pell Grant aid may be available to students who use their entire Pell Grant for the aid year, known as ‘Year-Round Pell’. To receive Year-Round Pell, students must enroll at least half-time in the eligible term and meet all other eligibility requirements in the semester of the additional award. Students who may be eligible for Year-Round Pell for the 2017-18 aid year may already see these funds awarded on their account in ASIST.
Summer Pell Grants, which are different from Year-Round Pell, may be available to students who did not use their entire Pell Grant in the Fall and Spring terms.
Students planning to enroll in the Summer who received Pell in Fall and/or Spring who may have questions about the Pell Grant are encouraged to reach out to us at www.liberty.edu/SFSchat.
Students transferring to Liberty may be able to receive additional Pell Grants sooner than the summer term. Please email FinancialAid@liberty.edu for more information.
Learn more details about the Federal TEACH Grant.
See more details about the VTAG.