Understanding types of financial aidCCBC offers several types of financial assistance, including federal, state, and institutional funding in the form of grants, scholarships, employment, and loans.
For consideration of financial aid at CCBC, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). After your FAFSA is completed and submitted to CCBC, and your eligibility is reviewed, we will offer financial aid options via SIMON.
Scholarships and grants are types of financial assistance that do not need to be repaid. They are typically awarded to students who have demonstrated financial need, academic merit, or are preparing for certain career fields. Find out more»
CCBC participates in the Department of Education's Federal Direct Loan Program which includes subsidized, unsubsidized for students, and parent (PLUS) loans. The Financial Aid office believes you will find the Direct Loan option quick and convenient. Find out more»
CCBC participates in the federal work-study program and offers employment through the Institutional Work-Study Program. If you are interested in student employment, contact the Financial Aid office on the campus you plan to attend as soon as possible. Find out more»
From High School students to Seniors, there are tuition assistance programs available for members of our community.
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