Guilford Technical Community College College Tech Prep Scholarship

Guilford County School's College Tech Prep (CTP) is available for 2013 graduates completers. This scholarship provides tuition assistance for students who continue their post secondary education at GTCC in an Associate of Applied Science Degree program related to their high school College Tech Prep course of study. (GCS website)  Contact Rita Honda at GTCC for informatino.

 

 

FAFSA Applications

How To Apply For Financial Aid

Financial aid is funding that will help you and your family meet college expenses such as tuition, fees, books, supplies, etc.  The basic sources of aid are grants, scholarships, employment, and loans.

You and your parents (if you are dependent) are considered the primary sources of funding for these costs.  Financial aid is intended to fill the gaps where you and your parents might fall short in paying for your education.
 
Follow these steps to apply for financial aid at GTCC:
 

APPLY FOR ADMISSION TO GTCC IF YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY DONE SO.  If you applying for the CTP Tuition Assistance Scholarship to GTCC you must complete a general application for admission and a scholarship application. Mail both applications and a copy of your official transcript to Bill Eversole at GTCC (see above). 

If you are not applying for the scholarship you can apply to GTCC here.  Apply Now

 
SUBMIT THE FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA): All students who wish to be considered for financial aid must complete a FAFSA .  Apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov  .  The FAFSA should be completed as soon as possible after January 1 for the upcoming academic year using your/your parent's prior year federal tax information.  GTCC priority filing date for the federal processing center to RECEIVE your FAFSA is MARCH 15.  FAFSA's received by the priority filing date are given first consideration for federal and state financial aid programs that have limited funds.  The toll free phone number for the federal processing center is 1-800-433-3243.
 
Priority Date to file the FAFSA: March 15.
 
Retain
RETAIN the printout of your confirmation page after submitting your FAFSA online.
This is your proof that you applied.  RETAIN a copy of the information you submitted for your files.
 
Student Aid Report (SAR)
You will receive e-mail notification that your FAFSA has been received and processed.  If no e-mail address is provided, approximately two weeks after submitting your FAFSA online (or four weeks after mailing the paper FAFSA), you should receive a SAR indicating that your FAFSA has been processed and sent to the institutions you designated. Check the SAR for accuracy and make sure that GTCC is listed as a recipient of your information.
 
Submit All Requested Paperwork
Upon receipt of your FAFSA data from the Department of Education, we will e-mail you at your Titan Cruiser email account requesting documents needed to complete your file. SUBMIT all requested documentation promptly (see priority deadlines below).  You may be asked to submit copies of tax returns or other documentation to complete your financial aid application.  Do not submit tax returns until they are requested.  If you are not eligible for the grant programs, you must still submit all requested documents to be eligible for other aid, including scholarships, work-study or loans.
 

FALL DOCUMENTS DEADLINE: August 1
SPRING DOCUMENTS DEADLINE: December 1
SUMMER DOCUMENTS DEADLINE:  May 1

For more informtion visit the GTCC website. (from GTCC website)


 

 

COMPASS (Placement Tests)

Students applying to GTCC must submit SAT or ACT scores or take the COMPASS Placement Test. The COMPASS Placement Test is administered at the Jamestown campus.  Students are advised to practice before going to campus to take these tests.  Practice questions can be found at  COMPASS Practice Questions .  A book full of COMPASS practice questions can be checked out of the media center.