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Gift Aid: Money You Don't Have to Pay Back
  University of Miami Grants
  Coral Grant
  UM Coral Grant
  Miami Grant
  Federal Pell Grant
  Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
  William L. Boyd, IV, Florida Resident Access Grant (BFRAG)
  Florida Student Assistance Grant (FSAG)
  Non-Florida State Grants


University of Miami Grants
FAFSA Required?
Yes
Need-Based?
Yes
Full-Time Enrollment Required?
Yes
Range of Awards
Varies
Florida Residency Required?
No
Tuition and/or Fee Restricted?
Tuition restricted
Additional Information:
Must also meet the university standards of academic progress. These grants are offered to student who entered the University of Miami during the 2010-2011 academic year or earlier and are based on the FAFSA application.


Coral Grant - Continuing Students
FAFSA Required?
Yes
Need-Based?
Yes
Full-Time Enrollment Required?
Yes
Range of Awards
Varies
Florida Residency Required?
No
Tuition and/or Fee Restricted?
Tuition restricted
Additional Information:
For students who entered the University of Miami during the following academic years, this grant is based on the FAFSA application: 2011-2012, 2012-2013, and 2013-2014


UM Coral Grant
FAFSA Required?
No, but you must complete the CSS / Financial Aid PROFILE
Need-Based?
Yes
Full-Time Enrollment Required?
Yes
Range of Awards
Varies
Florida Residency Required?
No
Tuition and/or Fee Restricted?
Tuition restricted
Additional Information:
Will be awarded to students entering the University of miami during the 2014-2015 academic year and later. The grant may be renewable for up to four years of an undergraduate program (or five for specially designated five year bachelor programs) based on continued financial need and as long as standards of academic progress are maintained.


Miami Grant
FAFSA Required?
No
Need-Based?
No
Full-Time Enrollment Required?
Yes
Range of Awards
Varies
Florida Residency Required?
No
Tuition and/or Fee Restricted?
Tuition restricted
Additional Information:
Beginning Fall 2013 will no longer be awarded to new incoming and transfer students. Based on academic merit. Renewable annually based on university standards of academic progress.


Federal Pell Grant
FAFSA Required?
Yes
Need-Based?
Yes
Full-Time Enrollment Required?
No
Range of Awards
$605-$5,645 in 2013-2014
Florida Residency Required?
No
Tuition and/or Fee Restricted?
No
Additional Information:
Eligibility limited to 12 full time semesters, or the equivalent (e.g.; two half time semesters equal one full time semester) www.studentaid.ed.gov/pell-limit


Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
FAFSA Required?
Yes
Need-Based?
Yes
Full-Time Enrollment Required?
Yes
Range of Awards
Varies
Florida Residency Required?
No
Tuition and/or Fee Restricted?
No
Additional Information:
Must be eligible for the Federal Pell Grant


William L. Boyd, IV, Florida Resident Access Grant (BFRAG)
FAFSA Required?
No (Effective July 1, 2013 students will no longer be required to file the FAFSA)
Need-Based?
No
Full-Time Enrollment Required?
Yes
Range of Awards
$2,500 in 2013-2014.
Florida Residency Required?
Yes
Tuition and/or Fee Restricted?
Tuition and fee restricted
Additional Information:
Tuition and fees restricted. The FL Dept. of Education may adjust this award at any time. Additional application preferred dates: Fall semester: June 1; Spring semester: December 1. Students pursuing a second bachelor's degree are not eligible.


Florida Student Assistance Grant (FSAG)
FAFSA Required?
Yes
Need-Based?
Yes
Full-Time Enrollment Required?
Yes
Range of Awards
Determined by state appropriations
Florida Residency Required?
Yes
Tuition and/or Fee Restricted?
No
Additional Information:
Students pursuing a second bachelor's degree are not eligible.


Non-Florida State Grants
FAFSA Required?
Varies
Need-Based?
Varies
Full-Time Enrollment Required?
Varies
Range of Awards
Varies
Florida Residency Required?
No
Tuition and/or Fee Restricted?
Varies by state
Additional Information:
Check with your local state agencies for eligibility. Students from states such as Rhode Island, Washington D.C., Vermont, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Michigan and Delaware have received their states' grants while enrolled at UM.

 

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