Pratt Community College students have many financial aid options, including scholarships, grants, college work study and student loans. Students should complete the online Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Applicants for an academic scholarship must submit a formal application to the Financial Aid Office. Pratt Community College scholarships cover a maximum of 18 credit hours of tuition per semester. Fees are not covered by the scholarship.
If you have attempted more than 96 college credit hours, you will have to fill out an appeal to receive financial aid. This takes additional time and may slow your financial aid package down. If you are taking courses, you must be able to pay for the courses without financial aid, if the appeal hasn't been processed.
An Administrative processing fee of $100 will be charged after August 1 if students have not completed their scholarship, letter of intent or confirmed payment arrangements with the Business Office. Students without financial aid in place will be required to set-up an online payment plan in order to attend and move into the residence halls.
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