Financial Aid

Completing the FAFSA

  • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.gov
  • Be sure to submit your signature electronically with your FSA ID 
  • Mail-in applications are available for print at www.fafsa.gov

Student Aid Report

  • Student receives a Student Aid Report, by mail or by e-mail if the e-mail address is provided
  • Student Aid Report indicates students and/or parents ability to assist with payment of educational cost. This numerical value is called the EFC (Expected Family contribution)
  • Schools listed on the FAFSA will receive an Institutional Student Information Record
  • School receives the Institutional Student Information Record and determines if additional documents are needed from the student and/or parents

Awarding

  • Students are mailed an award letter which indicates the amount of financial aid they are eligible to receive (Pell, SEOG, NC Community College Grant, NC Education Lottery Scholarship)
  • Unless noted, the award letter is based on Full Time Enrollment-12 hours or more. Additional paperwork regarding Financial Aid policies will be included
  • Students are able to charge their books and supplies in the bookstore during the dates scheduled for that term. The schedule is mailed with the award letter.

 

2016-2017 Student Verification Policy (School Servicing Center)

 

2016-2017 Forms

Authorization Form

Independent Household Size/Number in College

Dependent Household Size/Number in College

Student Non-Tax Filer Form

Parent Non-Tax Filer Form

Independent SNAP/Food Stamp Verification

Dependent SNAP/Food Stamp Verification

Unusual Enrollment History

 

Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal Request

 

Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy

Note:  Excerpt from Piedmont Community College Financial Aid Policy and Procedures Manual


Current Scholarships

A Better America Scholarship Program

American Welding Society Scholarships

Scholarships for Military Families

NC REACH

Digital Responsibility Scholarship

Good Call Scholarship

Youth Volunteer Scholarship Award

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship

Hospital Careers Future Nurse Scholarship

HIBR Scholarship Program

 

 

 

 




Pell Grant Recipients

Important Information for Pell Grant Recipients Beginning Fall Semester 2012


 In December 2011, President Obama signed into law the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2012 (Public Law 112-74). This law significantly impacts Federal Student Aid Programs.

One of the most significant changes is Federal Pell Grant Duration of Eligibility. The law reduces the duration of a student's eligibility to receive a Federal Pell Grant to 12 full-time semesters (or it's equivalent). This provision applies to all Pell Grant eligible students effective the 2012/13 academic year. The calculation of the duration of the student's eligibility will include all years, no matter how far in the past, that the student has received Federal Pell Grant funding. Therefore, every semester that a student has received Pell Grant funding will count toward the semester limit. Students that have attended at less than full-time status in the past or at present will be assessed accordingly.

Students may view their Pell Grant eligibility by logging into www.NSLDS.ed.gov.
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