Paying for College

If you know higher education is the key to a brighter future but aren’t sure how far you can afford to go, we can help you figure it out. Montgomery County Community College is one of the best values around, with the lowest tuition of any community college in the Philadelphia region and significantly lower costs than private universities.

We make things clear for you by spelling out

  • what it costs to take classes here
  • what options you have to help pay for college, such as federal work-study programs, part-time employment and our deferred payment plan
  • what kinds of financial aid you might be eligible for, including federal grants, state grants and scholarships that don’t need to be paid back, and loans with reasonable interest rates

High school juniors and seniors, register to attend one of our Paying for College Sessions.

Tuition Cost Calculator

To determine if you’re eligible for a need-based state grant, you (or your parents if you’re a dependent) must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), found at fafsa.gov or PHEAA.org/FAFSA.

Need help with the FAFSA Application or have questions about the financial aid process? Register for one of our workshops or contact us today so we can help you prepare for a promising tomorrow.

Did you know that the federal government provides tax incentives that can help lower the cost of higher education? The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators has developed a brochure that explains all of the educational tax benefits to students and parents. View the 2012 Tax Benefit Guide.

Central Campus
340 DeKalb Pike
Blue Bell, PA 19422
Phone: 215-641-6566
Fax: 215-619-7193
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West Campus
101 College Drive
Pottstown, PA 19464
Phone: 610-718-1906
Fax: 610-718-1837
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