The FSEOG grant is money available to undergraduate students who meet eligibility criteria. Eligibility is determined using the results of the FAFSA. The College determines demonstrated need as the amount actually owed to the College less any financial aid received. If students still have a balance due to the College after this, they are considered for the FSEOG program on a first-come first-served basis according to the date their financial aid application is complete. This award can be between $100 and $4000 per award year depending on the funding levels of the College. However, more realistic awards for Copiah-Lincoln are between $100 and $2000 per award year. Priority is given to students who receive Federal Pell Grants. This money does not have to be paid back, as long as the student remains enrolled more than 60% of that semester.