Grants are awarded to students on the basis of calculated
financial need and normally do not need to be repaid. The following
grants are based upon the student's and/or family's financial
situation, undergraduate status, and U.S. citizenship or permanent
residency. The student must be pursuing a degree or certificate in
order to receive federal assistance.
Federal grants are awarded to students based on their expected
family contribution, which is calculated from the FAFSA.
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
Federal grant available to students who are Pell eligible and
have exceptional need.
Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG)
Institutional grant available to students with demonstrated
State grant available to Texas High School Graduates who are
Texas residents and have demonstrated need. Award amounts are equal
to the amount of tuition and mandatory fees as long as cost of
education is not exceeded.. Students must be enrolled in at least 9
hours; must have graduated no earlier than fall 1998; completed the
advanced or recommended high school curriculum. Initial award must
be made within 16 months of high school graduation.
To be considered for Financial Aid the following
general eligibility must be met:
- Admitted and enrolled in a degree or certificate program.
- Admissions must have a copy of your high school transcript,
GED,Wonderlic Scores and/or college transcript(s) before your
Financial Aid will be disbursed .
- Enrolled in at least 6 hours for most Financial Aid
- Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress.
- Be either a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen.
- Registered with Selective Service if you are male.
- Not owe a refund on a Federal grant or be in default on a
Federal educational loan.
- Approximately 2-4 weeks after we receive your fafsa application
results (ISIR) and in-house application, the Office of Financial
Aid will send you an award letter detailing your eligibility for
Federal, State and GC aid. You may also access your registration,
account status and financial aid information using Campus Connect.
You may access Campus Connect through GC's website at www.grayson.edu .
- To ensure availability to charge tuition, fees, books and
housing for regular registration, all of the above items must be
completed and award letter signed and accepted in the Office of
Financial Aid by June 1, for Fall, - October 1, for Spring and
April 1, for Summer.
- GC students must maintain a 2.0 cumulative grade point average
and may receive aid for only the first 97 hours of attempted
college credit. In addition, you may only receive aid for the first
30 developmental hours taken.
- Students enrolled solely in developmental hours are not
eligible for Title IV Funds.
- Students who withdraw from school or make all "F's" during a
semester may be required to repay a portion of the unearned Title
- Students may access all of the Financial Aid forms required for
completion of the FAFSA process for GC on our website at www.grayson.edu
- We encourage students to maintain a current e-mail address to
expedite correspondence relating to your financial aid and/or
Grants and Attendance information, will you owe money
- Repeated Courses and Courses Dropped before the official census
date. Credits that have been retaken will be considered toward the
150% maximum. Classes that are dropped before the institution's
official census date will not count toward the 150% maximum nor
will they be considered as a part of the required completion of
courses enrolled for the given semester.
- Student's who withdraw completely from their classes or receive
all F's and/or a combination of F's, W's, or I's. Federal
regulations require the institution to calculate a Return to Title
IV (R2T4) for all students who are within this category. Students
will be notified by mail of the amount of unearned aid that must be
returned to either GC and/or the Department of Education. A student
has the ability to request their instructor(s) to provide the last
date of attendance to the Director of Financial Aid. On receipt of
the last date of attendance from the instructor the R2T4 will be
recalculated. Students will not be able to receive an official
transcript nor additional Title IV assistance until this is paid in
full. Any student who is within this category and has enrolled
early for the following semester will be purged from their classes.
Once the R2T4 has been paid in full or payment arrangements have
been made the student may enroll during the regular registration