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The Scarlet and Gray Grant is university-funded grant assistance that is awarded to Columbus campus undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need and are in good academic standing. To receive a Scarlet and Gray Grant, students must file a FAFSA by the priority date.
The Freshman Foundation Program offers need-based grants to undergraduate students on the Columbus campus. Eligibility is determined on the basis of financial need as established by federal guidelines, and on academic and leadership credentials, race/ethnic/tribal background, county of residence, potential first-generation college graduate, and other factors. To receive FFP, students must file a FAFSA by the priority date.
To apply for the Scarlet and Gray Grant or FFP (a student cannot receive both) you must:
The amount is evaluated and determined every academic year.
Students may receive the Scarlet and Gray Grant or FFP for the awarded terms as long as they maintain full-time enrollment at the Columbus campus, meet all eligibility criteria, including SAP, for receipt of institutional aid. Please note that:
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