Grants are another way to help finance your education at La Salle University.
La Salle University Grant
This grant is awarded from University resources to help students finance their education. Awards are restricted to full-time traditional undergraduate students who apply on time and demonstrate financial need.
Federal Pell Grant
A federally administered program that awards grants to undergraduate students on the basis of exceptional need who are enrolled for at least 3 credits and have not earned a previous degree.
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
FSEOG is a federal grant administered by the University. FSEOG is awarded to undergraduate students demonstrating exceptional need. Priority is given to full-time Federal Pell Grant
Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) State Grant
PHEAA is awarded by the State of Pennsylvania to undergraduate students who are Pennsylvania residents, are enrolled for at least 6 credits, and do not have a previous degree. Please see the PHEAA website for more information.
State Grants are awards given by various states to students who reside within that state. Each state has its own award levels and eligibility criteria. Generally, state grants are awarded on the basis of need and limited to undergraduate students attending full-time. You should contact your state agency for more details and filing deadlines.