Contact Information

Office of Financial Aid

2 Convent Road
Santa Rita Hall
Second Floor
Morristown, NJ 07960-6989

Phone: (973) 290-4445
Fax: (973) 290-4421
financialaid@cse.edu

Office Hours:
M, W, Th 8:30AM-4:30PM
Tuesday 8:30AM-6:00PM
Closed on Friday during the summer

Types of Grants

Federal & State Grant Programs

There are several types of grants available to CSE undergraduate students. The eligibility for these grants is determined by completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as well as the specific requirements of each program.

The programs are:

Federal Pell Grant Program

Grants awarded under this program range from a minimum of $555 to a maximum of $5550 per academic year. Student eligibility is based on the calculated estimated family income (EFC) that was determined from the income and assets figures, number in family, etc., submitted by the family on the FAFSA.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Program (FSEOG)

This is a grant program where eligibility and funding is determined by the institution. Students must be Pell eligible. Awards range up to $1000, based on the calculated estimated family income (EFC) that was determined from the income and assets figures submitted by the family.

Urban/Distinguished Scholars Program

This is a New Jersey State Grant program. Awards are based on residency within the state and merit. Awards are $1,000 each academic year.

Educational Opportunity Fund Program (EOF)

This is a New Jersey State Grant program. Awards are $2,500 per academic year. Students must meet income and academic requirements for the program and be selected by the institution. There are a certain amount of spaces available for admission into this program. Speak with the EOF office to see if you are eligible.

Tuition Aid Grant Program (TAG)

This is the New Jersey State Grant program. Awards are based on the NJEI which is calculated from the FAFSA. Grants range from $1,700* to $10,468* per academic year. Students must be enrolled on a full-time basis i.e., 12 credits for a semester program.

*Estimated number that might change due to state budgets.