Your financial need is determined by your Cost of Attendance (COA), which is based on the average expenses students incur during a full academic year, minus your Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) and any educational resources you may receive.
A. OFF CAMPUS
TUITION & FEES
ROOM & BOARD
Childcare, study abroad, computer expenses, out-of-county, out-of-state fees and additional tuition may also adjust costs. Costs are prorate for students who attend less than full-time or are online students.
1 Resides independently
2 Resides with parents
Revised 05/13, 07/19/11, 10/22/10, 07/06/09, 06/24/08, 10/12/06
May 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.