Grants are typically need-based awards and, like scholarships, do not need to be repaid. Eligibility is determined by filing the FAFSA and/or institutional forms (such as the Calvin Supplemental Aid Form or the Canadian Financial Aid Form) each year. Learn more about your eligibility for financial aid.
|Calvin Grant||Financial need determined by the FAFSA and Calvin Supplemental Aid Form||
Up to $16,000
|International Grant||Financial need determined by the International Application for Financial Aid||
Up to $13,200
|Federal Pell Grant*||Financial need determined by the FAFSA||Up to $5,550|
|Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)*||Financial need determined by the FAFSA (must be Pell Grant eligible)||Up to $1,200|
|Federal TEACH Grant*||
||up to $4,000|
*The Federal TEACH Grant is not determined by financial need. The grant converts into a direct unsubsidized loan if the agreement is not fulfilled.
|Michigan Tuition Grant*
Michigan Competitive Scholarship*
||Up to $1,512|
*Funding for federal and state grant programs subject to annual budget decisions.
Offered to members of the Christian Reformed Church in North America as a result of contributions from the denomination. It is renewable and no application is required.
|Place of Residence||Yearly Award|
|Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, Ontario||$1,050|
|All other States, Provinces, and Countries||$1,300|