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Grants

To receive any of the grants found on this page a student must:

  • File a every year.
  • Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP), as defined by the Federal Department of Education, and in keeping with ѨƵ requirements for good standing.
  • Meet all posted deadlines.
  • Submit all required documents from the financial aid office (FAO).

For more information on FAFSA eligibility, please .

To track your financial aid status, use the , login using your ѨƵ username and password.

Federal Pell Grant

  • FAFSA serves as application.
  • Maximum amount varies depending on federal appropriations.
  • Undergraduate, degree-seeking (no prior degree), good academic standing.
  • Eligibility based on financial need, as determined by federal processor.
  • Application deadline: last day of regularly scheduled classes.
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Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)

  • FAFSA serves as application.
  • Initial award amount of $1,000/year, any changes dependent on federal appropriations.
  • Undergraduate, degree-seeking (no prior degree), good academic standing.
  • Eligibility based on exceptional financial need, priority given to 0 EFC Pell eligible students.
  • Awarded during the fall/spring semesters of the academic year.
  • Application deadline: last day of regularly scheduled classes.

Ohio College Opportunity Grant (OCOG)

The Ohio Department of Higher Education administers the OCOG program, which provides grant money to Ohio residents who demonstrate the highest levels of financial need as determined by the results of the FAFSA. Additional information from the .

Baldwin Wallace Grant (ѨƵ Grant)

  • FAFSA serves as application.
  • Amount varies depending on demonstrated financial need.
  • Undergraduate, full time, degree-seeking (no prior degree).
  • Eligibility based on financial need and minimum gift assistance commitment for ѨƵ.
  • Awarded during the fall/spring semesters of the academic year.

Second Chance Grant

The objectives of the Second Chance Grant Program are to reduce financial barriers preventing Ohioans with some college credit but no bachelor's degree from returning to higher education and to increase the number of Ohioans with a degree or credential. The Second Chance Grant Program will provide up to $3 million in financial assistance in the form of $2,000 grants to eligible students re-enrolling at a qualifying institution such as Baldwin Wallace in order to obtain a degree or credential.

Students who withdrew from an Ohio public university (main campus or branch campus) or community college are eligible for the Second Chance Grant if they meet the following criteria:

  • You are a current resident of the state of Ohio.
  • Your last date of attendance was between one and five years ago.
  • You have not yet earned a bachelor's degree from ANY college or university.
  • You were in good academic standing with no disciplinary issues when you withdrew.
  • You complete the and accept any need-based state or federal grants to which you are entitled.
  • You are not a recipient of any of the following Ohio scholarships: Choose Ohio First, Ohio Safety Officers College Memorial Fund, War Orphans and Severely Disabled Veteran's Scholarship Program, Ohio National Guard Scholarship.

Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant

The Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant program provides grants to students who intend to teach in a high-need area in a public or private elementary school that serves students from low-income families. The award can be as much as $4,000* per year ($2,000 per semester) to full-time students.

TEACH Grant recipients must complete their Agreement To Serve (ATS) and TEACH Grant Counseling annually. The ATS is an agreement to teach for at least four full years within eight years of finishing their teacher preparation program, and to teach high-need subjects in designated schools that serve low-income students.

Failure to complete the service agreement or changing majors to an ineligible degree program will cause the TEACH Grant to be permanently converted to an unsubsidized Federal Direct Loan with interest accruing from the date the TEACH Grant was first disbursed.

For a list of the ѨƵ approved degree programs review this document.

Visit the U.S. Department of Education's for more information.

How to Apply

ѨƵ students who believe they meet the eligibility requirements should complete the TEACH grant request form on the financial aid forms page.

When the request form is received, the FAO will review your information and notify you of its determination of your eligibility.


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