The Cost of PCC

Tuition and fees for degree, diploma and certificate programs for each semester are payable at registration. (Subject to change by NC General Assembly and/or State Board of Community Colleges)
 

In-State Tuition:

$76 per credit hour up to 16 semester credit hours not to exceed $1,216 per semester.


Out-of-State Tuition:

$268 per semester hour but not to exceed $4,288 (16 hours) per semester.

 

 

Fees

(Subject to change by the Piedmont Community College Board of Trustees)

Student Activity fee
$20 per Fall and Spring semester
$10 per Summer semester 

Technology Fee
$16 per Fall and Spring semester
$10 per Summer semester

Campus Access Fee
$20 per Fall and Spring semester
$10 per Summer semester

Student Liability Fee
$8 per semester

Student Accident Insurance 
$1.25 per semester (Fall, Spring and Summer) 

Student Nursing Fee
$116 per semester

Nursing Clinical Fee
$25 per Fall semester

Graduation Fees
$5 Each - Official Credential (Associate Degree, Diploma, Certificate)
$20 Cap and Gown for Students who march in Graduation Ceremony
Free - Input Degree on Transcript with No Request for Credentials

Books and Supplies: (average per semester)
$975

The Business Office is responsible for collection of tuition and fees. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday.

A student is not eligible for re-registration if he or she has an outstanding debt due the institution or any other technical college or community college.

Any student having an outstanding delinquent account is not allowed to graduate or receive his or her diploma or degree. In addition, the College will not forward a transcript of records or any information concerning any delinquent student's permanent record to any other source.

A fee of $25 is charged to students for each check returned for "insufficient funds." No other personal checks will be accepted from these students during that semester or the following semester.

Withdrawals and Refunds:

Students must officially withdraw from courses to be eligible for refunds. To withdraw from a course, students should contact their faculty advisor or the Student Development Office.

Students will receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees if they withdraw before classes begin or if a class they are registered for is canceled. A 75% refund is given once classes begin and up to the Census Date* of a given class.

Detailed information on tuition and fees, residency requirements, and refund policies are in the college catalog and student handbook: www.piedmontcc.edu.

*For Census Date, contact the Office of Student Development 336-599-1181 ext 2159.

 

 

Financial Aid

 

STEP 1

Apply for admission. You may apply online. This is a separate process from applying for financial aid. However, financial aid cannot be awarded until you are approved for admission and all official high school and college transcripts have been received. For additional information on admission, please visit the Admissions page.

STEP 2

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Don’t forget to add PCC's school code: 009646

STEP 3

Once your FAFSA has been processed by the Department of Education, you will receive a Student Aid Report, by mail or by e-mail if the e-mail address is provided.  The Student Aid Report indicates the students and/or parent ability to assist with payment of education cost.  This numerical value is called the EFC (Expected Family Contribution).   Your FAFSA application will then be forwarded to PCC for processing.

STEP 4

When the Financial Aid Office receives a copy of your FAFSA from the U.S. Department of Education, a letter will be sent to you requesting documents needed to complete your file. Once all documents are received, your financial aid file will be reviewed for a possible award.

STEP 5

If it is determined that you are eligible for aid, you will receive a financial aid award letter from PCC along with several other important documents. Carefully read all materials.

  

Please follow-up with the Financial Aid Office if you have any questions:

Person County Campus – 336.599.1181, ext. 4004

Caswell County Campus – 336.694.8046
 



Verification is the process schools use to confirm that the data reported on your FAFSA form is accurate. Schools have the authority to contact you for documentation that supports the information you reported.

If you are selected for verification, do not assume you are being accused of doing anything wrong. Some people are selected at random; and some schools verify all students' FAFSA forms. All you need to do is provide the documentation your school asks for and be sure to do so by the school’s deadline or you will not be able to get financial aid.

Piedmont Community College partners with the School Servicing Center to complete most verifications. If you are selected for verification, you will receive an email from the School Servicing Center with instructions on submitting your forms. If you are selected by PCC for verification, you will receive a letter notifying you of the documentation required.

 

2019/2020 Documents and Forms

Award Letter Notification

Child Care Application

Dependent Household Size

Independent Household Size

Parent Nontax Filer Form

Student Nontax Filer Form

Unusual Enrollment Form

2018/2019 Documents and Forms

Authorization Form

Dependent Household Size

Independent Household Size

Parent Nontax Filer Form

Refund Schedule and Bookstore Charge Dates

Student Nontax Filer Form

Unusual Enrollment Form


It is important to remember that maintaining your financial aid is an ongoing process. Not only must you reapply for financial aid every year, but the Financial Aid Office must continually monitor your eligibility for aid.

Students must adhere to the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) in order to keep Financial Aid.  If you do not meet these requirements, you can lose your financial aid eligibility. However, we’re aware that personal challenges can affect whether you maintain your good standing. If you lose your eligibility for financial aid due to poor progress, you can submit an appeal explaining these issues to the Financial Aid Office.

The Financial Aid Office is required to review your entire academic record (regardless of the age of the record or whether or not aid was received) to determine if you are in compliance. If you are not in compliance, you will be notified in writing of your denial/suspension and the appropriate appeal procedure.

For more information, please click on the links below:

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

Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal Request - Fall 2019