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Financial Aid

Cyr Hall • University of Maine at Fort Kent • 23 University Drive, Fort Kent, ME 04743

Summer Session Financial Aid

"Year Round Pell Grants"

The Department of Education has approved Year Round Pell Grants. As a result, if you received your full annual Pell Grant for the fall 2021 and spring 2022 semesters, you could possibly be eligible for an additional Pell Grant in the summer. To be considered, a student must be enrolled for at least 6 (summer) credits, be making Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP), as well as, meet all other eligibility requirements.

Left over "Academic Year" Pell Grant may also be available

If a Pell Grant eligible student attended less than full time (i.e. 12 credits) for fall and/or spring and did not use their full annual Pell Grant eligibility entitlement, the student may have remaining Pell Grant available to them in the Summer. Remaining academic year Pell Grant can be offered for as little a one 3.0 credit class. Pell Grant eligibility would depend on the student's Estimated Family Contribution (EFC).

What you need to do

You need to request that the financial aid office review your file to determine your summer financial aid eligibility. This would be accomplished by completing the online Summer Request form. Additional information will be available in Spring 2022 when summer financial aid applications open.

When should I apply?

The best time to submit your Summer 2022 Request form to the financial aid office is during March and April.

Is there a Summer application deadline?

Yes, a Summer Request form should be submitted to the Financial Aid Office on or before Friday, June 3, 2022.

Pell Grant Limit

The maximum Pell Grant a student may receive during their college career is 600%, or roughly 12 full-time semesters. Additional summer Pell Grant received will count towards a student's aggregate total, (150% is used if enrolled full-time all three semesters).