Web Resources FAFSA on the Web U.S. Department of Education NJ Higher Education Student Assistance Authority IRS Educational Tax Credits AmeriCorps Program Student Loans.gov Social Security Administration Paying for College FAFSA on the Web-Espanol Phone Information Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs: (800) 4FED AID TYY Number (800) 730-8913 (For
Financial aid is determined and allocated not only on the cost of tuition and fees, but other costs (such as transportation, housing and board costs) for a student. This total cost will vary depending on a student’s attendance level (full-time, ¾ time, half-time and less than half-time) and FAFSA filing
The federal government randomly selects students for a process called verification. Being selected for verification means that you need to provide additional documentation to the College so that we can verify the information that was reported in your FAFSA. This may include the submission of tax records or W-2 information,
Warren Community College encourages all students to file for financial aid, even if you think you may not qualify. The application process is free and should be done as early as possible before the semester begins so that financial assistance can be in place prior to the payment due date.
General Requirements To receive financial assistance, a student must meet the following conditions: be a US citizen or an eligible non-citizen have a high school diploma or a GED not be in default on a federal student loan or have been convicted of possessing or distributing illegal drugs register with
Veteran’s Guide to Getting Started STEP 1: Apply to WCCC Veterans are charged In-County rates. Complete the online college application. There is a one-time, non-refundable, $25.00 Application Fee. Once you have applied, you will receive additional email information from Warren; please include your email address on your application. STEP 2: Apply for Veterans Education
WCCC offers the following financial aid programs to support students in credit (A.A., A.S., A.A.S or A.F.A. ) programs: Federal PELL Grant – A federal grant program based on financial need and awarded based on the PELL Grant formula, cost of attendance and enrollment status. Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant