CAMPUS BASED EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE GRANT
The Howard P. Rawlings Campus Based Educational Assistance Grant (CBEAG) program is a need-based financial aid program that is designed to financially assist students that were not considered for the Howard P. Rawlings Educational Assistance Grant due to not filing his/her Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or Maryland State Financial Aid Application (MSFAA) by the Maryland state deadline of March 1st. The CBEAG program is a state funded program which allocates funds to participating institutions each academic year to select and award students that are qualified for the CBEAG award.
You and your parents (if you are a dependent student) must be Maryland residents. You must enroll at a two-year or four-year Maryland college or university as a full-time (12+ credits per semester), degree seeking, undergraduate student. Audited courses cannot be used to reach the minimum credit hours required for full-time status. Students must have filed the FAFSA after the March 1st deadline and be eligible to receive the federal Pell Grant.
Drug Free Certification Pledge
In accordance with § 18-111 of the Maryland Education Article, as a condition of receiving student financial assistance awarded by the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC), each recipient of State financial aid shall sign a statement pledging to remain drug free. Any student who receives the Maryland State Part-Time Grant, Maryland State Part-Time Dual Enrollment Grant, or Campus Based Educational Assistance Grant at Wor-Wic Community College is required by Maryland Higher Education Commission to provide written or electronic consent to the Drug Free Pledge: “I pledge, as a condition of receiving student financial assistance, to remain drug free for the full term of the award. Unlawful use of drugs and alcohol may endanger my enrollment in a Maryland College as well as my Maryland financial aid award.”
- Supplemental Questions
- Did you submit your 2022-2023 FAFSA after the March 1, 2022 deadline for state funded grants?