These eligibility guidelines are based on the Federal income poverty guidelines and are stated by household size.

To qualify for a financial aid scholarship, your combined family income must by less than or equal to 125% of the Federal Poverty Level(FPL).
2018 Federal Poverty Level (FPL) Tables
Family SizeMonthly Salary
100% FPL
Yearly Salary
100% FPL
Monthly Salary
125% FPL
Yearly Salary
125% FPL
1 $1,011.67 $12,140.00 $1,264.58 $15,175.00
2 $1,371.67 $16,460.00 $1,714.58 $20,575.00
3 $1,731.67 $20,780.00 $2,164.58 $25,975.00
4 $2,091.67 $25,100.00 $2,614.58 $31,375.00
5 $2,451.67 $29,420.00 $3,064.58 $36,775.00
6 $2,811.67 $33,740.00 $3,514.58 $42,175.00
7 $3,171.67 $38,060.00 $3,964.58 $47,575.00
8 $3,531.67 $42,380.00 $4,414.58 $52,975.00
For each additional person, add $360.00 $4,320.00 $450.00 $5,400.00

Definition of Income: "income" as the term is used in this notice, means income before any deductions such as income taxes, Social Security taxes, insurance premiums, charitable contributions, and bonds. It includes the following: (1) Monetary compensation for services, including wages, salary, commissions or fees; (2) net income from nonfarm self-employment; (3) net income from farm self-employment; (4) Social Security; (5) dividends or interest on savings or bonds or income from estates or trusts; (6) net rental income; (7) public assistance or welfare payments; (8) unemployment compensation; (9) government civilian employee or military retirement, or pensions or veterans payments; (10) private pensions or annuities; (11) alimony or child support payments; (12) regular contributions from persons not living in the household; (13) net royalties; and (14) other cash income.