ETSS eligibility is based on family gross income of less than 185% of the Federal Poverty Level according to number of family members and based on previous month’s income.  Please see table below for current guidelines. 

 

              
         
    EFFECTIVE DATE: 02/27/2012    
              
                             

 This policy indicates the income levels at 185% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. 

 Annual income threshold based on 185% of the Federal poverty guidelines are as follows:

 

 

Family Size

Annual Income Level

6 Monthly Income Level

1

$20,664

$10,332

2

$27,991

$13,995

3

$35,317

$17,658

4

$42,661

$21,330

5

$49,968

$24,984

6

$57,294

$28,647

7

$64,620

$32,310

8

$71,946

$35,973

9

$79,272

$39,636

10

$86,598

$43,299

11

$93,924

$46,962

12 or more

Add $7,326 for each additional family member

Add $3,663 for each additional family member

 

 

 

  

2011 Federal Poverty Guidelines

Annual Rates (Effective April 1, 2011)

Size of Family Unit 48 Contiguous States and D.C.(100% of FPG)   185% of FPG   220% of FPG
1 $10,890 $20,147 $23,958
2 $14,710 $27,214 $32,362
3 $18,530 $34,281 $40,766
4 $22,350 $41,348 $49,170
5 $26,170 $48,415 $57,574
6 $29,990 $55,482 $65,978
7 $33,810 $62,549 $74,382
8 $37,630 $69,616 $82,786
For each additionalperson, add  $3,820        $6,919  $8,404
SOURCE: Federal Register, Vol. 76, No. 13, January 20, 2011 (Volume 76, Number 13) Pages 3637-3638   (all amounts rounded to the nearest dollar)

 

Monthly Rates

 

Size of Family Unit 48 Contiguous States and D.C.(100% of FPG) 185% of FPG 220% of FPG
1 $907.50 $1,679 $1,997
2 $1,225.83 $2,268 $2,697
3 $1,544.17 $2,857 $3,397
4 $1,862.50 $3,446 $4,098
5 $2,180.83 $4,035 $4,798
6 $2,499.16 $4,624 $5,498
7 $2,817.50 $5,213 $6,199
8 $3,135.83 $5,802 $6,899
For each additionalperson, add  $318.33     $589.00  $700.00

For more information or to see if you qualify for ETSS, please contact ETSS Program Manager, John Sutton (307-674-6446 ext. 2833; jsutton@sheridan.edu).

 

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