Financial Grants

A grant is a financial aid award that does not need to be repaid.

Grants are given to students who demonstrate financial need and are based on your FAFSA. Below is a list of the grants available at D'Youville College.

Types of Grants: Federal

Federal Pell Grant– The largest federal student grant program.

Eligibility: Undergraduate students without a previous bachelor's degree who demonstrate high financial need.

Amount: Awards range up to $5,730 for 2014-2015. Deadline: XXXXX Application: FAFSA

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)

Eligibility: Undergraduate students without a previous bachelor's degree who demonstrate exceptionally high financial need.

Amount: Varies depending on availability of funds. Deadline: February 15 for incoming students; April 15 for enrolled students Application: FAFSA

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

Eligibility: Undergraduate and graduate students who intend to teach full-time.

Amount: Provides up to $3,760 per year in grant money. Learn more.

Types of Grants: State

Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) Grant

Eligibility: Undergraduate students who are New York State residents attending college in New York State. Applicants must be a full-time student in good academic standing, working toward a degree or certificate.

Amount: Awards range up to $500 to $5,165 per year. Deadline: May 1, 2015

Aid For Part-Time Study (APTS) Grant

Undergraduate students who are New York State residents attending college on a part-time basis (less than 12 hours) in New York State. Amount: Varies depending on availability of funds. Deadline: End of the drop/add period each semester. Application: FAFSA and APTS

Types of Grants: D'Youville College funded

  • D'Youville College Grant Eligibility: Undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate exceptionally high financial need. Amount: Varies depending on availability of funds. Deadline: February 15 for incoming students; April 15 for enrolled students Application: FAFSA
  • D'Youville Out-of-State Grant – Designed to help U.S. out-of-state undergraduate students offset the New York State financial aid they are ineligible to receive. Eligibility: Full-time, out-of-state undergraduate students Amount: Varies depending on availability of funds. Deadline: February 15 for incoming students; April 15 for enrolled students Application: FAFSA

Helpful Links

Learn More

  • TEACH Grant

    Undergraduate and graduate students who intend to teach full-time may be eligible for the federal TEACH grant.
    Read more

  • Steps

    Review the steps you need to take to apply for financial aid.
    Read more

  • Glossary

    See a glossary of important financial aid terms.
    Read more

  • FinAid Online

    After you file your FAFSA, use FinAid Online to manage your costs and aid package.
    Read more

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