FINANCING YOUR EDUCATION


Act Now! For your Financial Aid award priority processing deadline of May 1st, 2016.

FAFSA

Use the DCC School Code (006941) to complete your application at fafsa.ed.gov. | See Details

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FINANCIAL ESTIMATE

Once scholarships are determined and we have received the FAFSA, a financial estimate is created.

SIGN YOUR MPN

Go to studentloans.gov to sign your “Master Promissory Note.”

COMPLETE ENTRANCE COUNSELING

Go to studentloans.gov to complete counseling for entrance using your FSA ID.

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CHECK CRUSADER E-MAIL

Check your “Crusader E-Mail” for any status updates of your financial aid process.

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WATCH FOR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Be sure to check studentaid.ed.gov for special announcements.

TYPES OF FINANCIAL AID


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Scholarships

DCC offers many scholarships, grants, and participation awards to aid with the cost of tuition. | Learn More

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Federal Programs

To qualify for any of the federal programs, the student must demonstrate financial need by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). All new and returning students must establish financial need annually in order to receive financial aid. | Learn More

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Federal Work-Study

DCC offers on-campus employment. However, the number of jobs is limited. In order to be considered for these positions, the student must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). | Learn More

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Veterans Assistance

Veterans and veteran dependents may be eligible for educational benefits through the Veterans Administration. Veterans should contact their area Veterans Administration Office for eligibility requirements. Veterans are certified for enrollment through the Financial Aid Office.

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Community Service

Job opportunities in the area are plentiful for students who desire to work. Assistance in job availability is obtained through the Student Development office at DCC. A student must be careful to arrange the job to fit with the college schedule; i.e., academic preparation has priority over work.

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Private Loans

Lenders are recommended based upon their historical lending with our students or are based upon the quality of products and services they provide to students and families. | Learn More

TUITION COSTS


Description  2016-2017 2017-2018
Tuition (per credit hour) $517 $557
Room & Board $4210 $4505
Student Service Fee (9 hrs or more)** $455 $455
Student Service Fee FLEXCampus®** $100 per class $100 per class
Books & Supplies*** $1000 $1000
Orientation (new students only) $125 $125

* Room cost is based on a standard suite design. Private rooms are limited and are available at a cost of an additional $430.
** The cost for eight hours or less is $285.
***Estimated for full-time students.

 

CONTACT FINANCIAL OFFICE


Financial Aid Office

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