As people plan to pursue higher education to change careers or elevate their current profession, Piedmont Community College (PCC) offers many short-term, 8-week, and semester-long options to obtain new certification or get on track to earning a degree. When it comes to cost, PCC’s Financial Aid Office has lots of options to help students pay for their education, and it all starts with FAFSA.

This Saturday, February 26, from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. is FAFSA Day, where the PCC Financial Aid staff will help current and potential college students complete their FAFSA applications. For three hours, both the Person County Campus and Caswell County Campus will be open to make the potential/process to save money while earning your degree even easier. No appointment is required for assistance.

All high school seniors and others considering college enrollment this fall are encouraged to complete their FAFSA form early. Completion will determine if the applicant qualifies for federal financial aid at any institution.

To file for 2021-22 FAFSA (for those interested in taking Spring 2022 8-week classes or Summer 2022 classes), students and parents are encouraged to have:
• 2019 Tax Return(s)
• 2019 W-2 forms
• 2019 Untaxed Income Documents
• Valid Government Issued ID

To file for 2022-23 FAFSA (for those interested in preparing for the Fall 2022 semester), students and parents are encouraged to have:
• 2020 Tax Return(s)
• 2020 W-2 forms
• 2020 Untaxed Income Documents
• Valid Government Issued ID

This opportunity for assistance is open to anyone, even those not attending PCC. However, while on campus, students will be able to register for Spring 2022 8-week courses. For a full list of available courses, visit www.piedmontcc.edu/schedule. The Spring 2022 8-week course period begins March 7. Registration for the Summer and Fall 2022 semesters begins March 14.

Person County residents should visit the Student Development Office in Building E on PCC’s Person County Campus; for questions or details, call (336) 599-1181 ext. 4004. Caswell County residents should visit the Student Development Office in Building K, Room 124A on PCC’s Caswell County Campus; for questions or details call (336) 694-8046.

Piedmont Community College is located at 1715 College Drive in Roxboro and 331 Piedmont Drive in Yanceyville.

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