Financial Aid Guide for Doctorate of Community College Leadership Students
Below you will find the most common financial aid options for a student going through the Doctorate of Community College Leadership program. If you have specific questions about your financial aid, please contact Rebecca Vokes at the email or telephone number provided at the bottom of this page.
Complete the FAFSA to be eligible for the Federal Unsubsidized Loan. You can receive up to $20,500 per academic year, not to exceed the graduate/professional student Direct Loan limit of $138,500. To review your current federal loan debt (if applicable) you may log into www.nslds.ed.gov.
To apply for this loan option, you must have a FAFSA on file. This application requires credit- worthiness and may be requested to cover up to the remaining balance of your Cost of Attendance.
Students entering qualifying employment positions may be eligible for loan forgiveness programs.
Scholarship applications open in mid-December and usually have a due date of mid-February for the upcoming academic year. Scholarship opportunities include:
- Ralph C. and J. William Wenrich Educational Excellence Scholarship
- King/Chavez/Parks Future Faculty Fellowship Program
Student Financial Services offers multiple payment plan options that you may choose from each semester. There is a $30 payment plan fee charged for each semester that you select a payment plan.
Contact: Lindsay Young
Email: [email protected] Phone: 616 643-5742