Applying for Financial Aid at WITCC
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Applying for Financial Aid

Once you have submitted an application to WITCC and registered in an eligible program, you can apply for financial aid. There are several categories of aid so you'll want to be sure to apply for everything you are eligible for to get what you need to attend WITCC.

  1. Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) any time after January 1 for classes starting fall semester. WITCC's Federal School Code is 004590.
  2. Scholarships are available due to the generous gifts of individuals, foundations, organizations and businesses. Once you have your MyWIT account information, you can log in at my.witcc.edu and apply for a scholarship. If you have any questions or need assistance, please feel free to contact us.
  3. Work study is another way to receive financial aid. There are a number of work study jobs in the college available to students. They vary in duties and responsibilities and are flexible to work with your class schedule. The number of hours you can work will depend on your eligibility, so contact the financial aid office for more information.

Federal Programs

Complete the Free Application for Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility for the following Federal Aid programs. All students are encouraged to apply.

State Programs

Scholarships

Visit our Scholarships page to view a list of our current scholarships.

Military Benefits

Qualifying veterans with 12 semester hours or more in designated programs are eligible for full benefits from the Veterans' Administration. Six semester hours qualify you for half-time benefits and nine semester hours qualify you for three-fourths benefits. Contact the Admissions Office to apply. Contact the Veterans' Advisor for current regulations and benefit information.

Current Guard and Reserve members also qualify for education benefits. These benefits may vary for each state and branch. Please contact the education office for your unit to get information.

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