A college education is a major investment. However, it is an investment of time, dedication, and money that will seem small when you realize the profits of such an education. Carteret Community College offers financial assistance on the basis of need and academic progress.
Find out the average cost of attending Carteret Community College to get an idea of how to plan your budget. Talk with your advisor about possible additional supplies needed for your prigram.
Applying for financial aid is an annual process. Each family member who plans to attend college should complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon after October 1st as possible for the following academic year.
Grants and scholarships are often called “gift aid” because they are free money—financial aid that doesn’t have to be repaid. Grants are often need-based, while scholarships are usually merit-based. Carteret Community College Financial Aid Office awards scholarships to new, incoming students, continuing students, and graduating students and all students are encouraged to apply.
Carteret CC has partnered with Nelnet Campus Commerce to let you pay your tuition and fees over time, making college more affordable. Use the link below to set up your payment play today.
The Federal Work-Study (FWS) program offers jobs both on and off campus. Students participating in the FWS program work on campus and are generally employed by staff and faculty members in various departments as clerical or lab assistants.
In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Buckley Amendment), Carteret Community College is committed to protecting privacy for all students, including distance learning students.
Carteret Community College’s financial aid professionals are expected to maintain exemplary standards of professional conduct in all aspects of carrying out their responsibilities, specifically including all dealings with any entities involved in any manner in student financial aid, regardless of whether such entities are involved in a government sponsored, subsidized, or regulated activity.
If a student’s financial aid is terminated they may appeal the decision. To do so, students must attend one Financial Aid Workshop. During the workshop, students will have the opportunity to speak with a knowledgeable staff member who will guide the student through the appeal process.