The following grants are awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduates who have not yet received a four-year degree. Financial Need is the Cost of Attendance or Budget for the school a student is attending less the Expected Family Contribution (EFC). The EFC is produced as a result of completing and submitting the FAFSA to the Department of Education Federal Student aid. Wages, gross income, taxes paid, size of family and number in college, and non-taxed income are just a few of the things that affect the EFC.
A student can only receive a Federal Pell Grant for a maximum of 12 full-time semesters.
West Virginia Higher Education Grant
A student can only receive the WV Higher Education Grant for a maximum of 8 semesters.
WV Higher Education Assistance for Part Time Students (HEAPS) Grant
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency
Maryland - Maryland Higher Education Commission
Rhode Island - Rhode Island Higher Education Assistance Authority
Vermont - Vermont Student Assistance Corporation
ALL FEDERAL FUNDS ARE SUBJECT TO FEDERAL BUDGETARY RESTRAINTS.
Fairmont State is pleased to provide the student aid calculator to assist you in estimating your costs to attend FSU. Results are based on 2022-2023 Estimated Cost of Attendance figures and student aid eligibility requirements which are subject to change. These results should assist you in determining an estimate of your out-of-pocket expense to attend Fairmont State.
Office of Financial Aid
Turley Student Services Center
Phone: (800) 641-5678, Opt. 2
Fax: (304) 367-4789
School Code: 003812