SEOG


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SEOG

Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant. A grant that the federal government offers to students based on financial need. The SEOG may be used to pay for education expenses (up to $4,000) for a first bachelor's degree.
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In many of the models, this is SEOG, but in some cases, it is a combination variable that includes other such programs.
The Education Department said SEOG has awarded funds "under an outdated statutory formula" that does not always reflect the greatest need.
Baime added that the nation's community colleges currently receive between 3 and 15 percent of federal campus-based aid: 15 percent for both work-study and SEOG money, and 3 percent for Perkins loans.
The conclusions are: (1) increases in SEOG and Pell expenditures do not cause private institutions to raise tuitions, although the reverse is true at public institutions; (2) cuts in federal research funding would lead to higher tuitions at private institutions and lower campus-based ai at both public and private institutions; and (3) increases in state and local appropriations increase instructional expenditures in all institutional types.
Bechtle continued, "This will be accomplished by combinations of CLC funding and funding from private sources, as well as by shifting to the Chicago Learning Center in accordance with applicable law, SEOG and Perkins Loan funds presently allocated among our ten other Learning Centers.