Find out what grants and scholarships you might be able to get.

All grants listed require that a student complete a FAFSA and demonstrate financial need (TEACH Grant does not require financial need and is available for eligible graduate students.)  There are no need-based grants for graduate students. 

2019-2020 Grant Chart


Grants  Annual Award Amounts U.S. Citizen/Eligible Non-Citizen Half-time Enrollment Michigan Residency Special Notes
Federal Pell Grant $ 6,195 Yes Yes No Available only to students earning their first bachelor's degree
Federal Supplementary Educational Opportunity Grant(FSEOG) $ 1,200* Yes Yes No Available to Pell Grant recipients with a 0 EFC and the highest need at UM-Dearborn.
University of Michigan-Dearborn Grant Amounts Vary Yes Yes No Students with EFC of 0-10,000 and for undergraduates earning their first bachelor's degree.
Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant $5,829.50** Yes N/A No Student must have been under the age of 24 or enrolled in college at least part-time at  the time of their parent's or guardian's death in service.
TEACH Grant $ 3,764 Yes No No TEACH Grant is not a need-based grant, but applicants must complete a FAFSA.  This grant is also available to eligible graduate as well as undergraduate students.


* Maximum at UM-Dearborn

**maximum if disbursed on or after October 1, 2019 and before October 1, 2020

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