In addition, it protects another need-based aid program, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants, from possible elimination.
What does SEOG stand for?
SEOG stands for Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
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Instead, they would keep funding for Supplemental Educational Opportunity grants at $757 million.
The president wants to wipe out the Perkins Loan program, the Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant program, the Leveraging Education Assistance Partnerships program, the Robert C.
Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants, which are paid for by the Federal Government but distributed by the school, were much smaller than Pell Grants.
It rejected eliminating any programs, as President Bush had proposed, including Perkins Loans Revolving Funds, Career and Technical Education, and Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants.
Elsewhere, the budget would freeze work/study funding at $980 million and Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants at $770 million.
Its centerpiece was the establishment of the first scholarships to financially needy undergraduates ever passed by Congress, the Educational Opportunity Grant Program (which now is called the Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Program).