Many of our students begin the college experience not really knowing how far they can afford to go. College has staff available to help students find options to meet their educational costs. We participate in most Federal and State financial aid programs. We even offer scholarships through the Montgomery County Community College Foundation. For more information on financial assistance, contact one of our financial aid representatives.
To determine if you are eligible for a need-based state grant, families must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Applicants can access the FAFSA online at either PHEAA.org/FAFSA or fafsa.gov.
Need help with the FAFSA Application? Register for one of our workshops. For questions about the financial aid process, contact us. We will be happy to assist you.
April 15th Tax filing deadline is fast approaching. 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.
August 1—PHEAA State Grant
May 1—FAFSA Completion for MCCC Foundation Scholarships
June 30—Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for prior academic year
Students can receive financial aid with full-time or part-time enrollment status.
When Kathleen R. McElvenney was laid off from her job with an insurance company after 26 years of employment, she embraced the change as an opportunity to pursue a career she always wanted.