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Financial Aid

You Have Options. Let’s Work Together to Find Out What’s Right for You!

Taking the first step in choosing your career path, and continuing your education, is one of the most rewarding investments you will make in life. The Financial Aid Office strives to provide the highest quality service to students and families with maintaining a comfortable atmosphere while discussing the logics of the Financial Aid Process. You will have a clear picture of what it will realistically cost to attend school, and begin your journey to success! The Financial Aid Office provides counseling to students and families to ensure their understanding of the financial aid process. It will also be explained on how each fund source relates to the student’s associated with financing an education. Our Financial Aid Administrators are passionate about what they do and enjoy helping every student accomplish their goal of becoming successful. The administrators are available at your convenience and prepared to answer any questions for you throughout each step of the process.

School Codes for FAFSA Application:

  • Blackwood Campus – 014877
  • Bristol Campus – 005939

Individual Consultations

The Financial Aid Team at Pennco Tech is here to help guide you through the process of applying for Financial Aid. Everyone who visits our campuses to learn more about Pennco Tech’s programs is invited to consult with our Financial Aid staff. They will discuss with you how much money you will be receiving to help pay for school and counsel you on what exactly your financial aid package involves. These consultations are your chance to ask questions, discuss financial aid options and gain a better understanding of how the financial aid programs we offer can make your career-training decision a sound investment.

The following Financial Aid Programs are available to those who qualify:

  • Grants
  • Scholarships
  • Student Stafford Loans
  • Private Educational Loans
  • Veterans Educational Benefits
  • Third-Party Contracts

Next Step

Make sure you get in touch with one of our Financial Aid professionals. Our experts will help you navigate all the details. This will give you the insights you will need to make the best financial choices for your career path. The Financial Aid Office at Pennco Tech is aware that each student’s aid eligibility may differ and require in-depth attention and follow up to ensure the student’s satisfaction and understanding of the Financial Aid Office’s packaging principles.

 

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Below are some of the questions students typically have concerning financial aid and paying for college:

To apply for most financial aid, you will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) (www.fafsa.ed.gov). This form is used to determine federal, state and school aid. The FAFSA is available from high school counselors and the financial aid office at the school you want to attend. You can also apply online by clicking the above link.
Financial Aid consists of several different fund sources to help pay for your education. Federal funding comes directly from the FAFSA, this includes Federal Pell Grant (if you are eligible), Federal Direct Subsidized Loan, Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan, Federal Direct Parent Plus loan. We also offer state grants and private educational loans to help finance your education.
It will depend on your and your parents' Income, living expenses, assets and savings. This is called the Expected Family Contribution (EFC). Your eligibility is also determined by the cost of attendance at the institution you select. The FAFSA will determine your financial need from this information and will send a report to the schools you indicated. The amount of financial aid you are eligible to receive is determined by subtracting the EFC from the total price of a specific school.
Yes. However, after you've completed a FAFSA on the web for one child, you will be given the option of transferring parental data for that FAFSA to the FAFSA for the next child.
No. Only the parent with whom you resided the longest during the preceding 12 months should provide financial information. If you did not live with either parent or lived with both equally, then the parent who provided the most financial support should provide financial information on the FAFSA.
Yes. Your stepparent's financial information must be included even if he or she is not helping you pay for your education.
If your biological parents are living together, then both of their income needs to be reported on the FAFSA.
Yes, the amount will be limited from the FAFSA, but there are other options to help finance your education.
No, the date the FAFSA is filed is exactly what your status needs to be. It also cannot be changed once that FAFSA has been submitted.

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