Pine Technical and Community College is a state-funded college; therefore, tuition and fees are offered at much lower rates than private schools.
Six easy steps to obtain financial aid
Student loans may be a helpful source of funding for a college student. Different loans have different requirements and benefits.
Scholarships can greatly decrease the cost of a student's education, and students are encouraged to apply. Opportunities abound!
You may enroll in a payment plan with Nelnet, a third party organization, and stagger your tuition payments for a more manageable payment arrangement over the course of a term.
Gain an understanding about your financial aid; here, access information about the types of financial aid, how your eligibility is calculated, how dropping or withdrawing may affect your aid, and more.
Eligible students will receive an e-mail message from the Financial Aid Office approximately two weeks prior to the start of the term. Book vouchers will be available one week prior to the start of the term through the last day of the first week of classes.
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