Who may apply: Part-time, degree-seeking undergraduates and students who are simultaneously enrolled in a secondary school and an institution of higher education (dually enrolled students).
How to apply: Part-time undergraduates must complete and file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Contact the financial aid office of the institution you will attend and ask to be considered for the Part-Time Grant. Dually enrolled students must contact your college financial aid office to determine the application process.When to apply: File your FAFSA January 1 through March 1. Contact the financial aid office of the institution you will attend for additional deadlines.Eligible majors: All majors are eligible.
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