Montcalm Community College has established a financial aid program of grants, loans, scholarships and work study opportunities in an effort to assist students with their expenses. Students are encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) used by the Financial Aid Office to determine eligibility for most aid sources. The amount awarded through each program depends greatly upon an analysis of the applicant’s financial situation.
For the 2017-2018 academic year, you may complete the FAFSA anytime after Oct. 1, 2016, using your 2015 tax Federal Tax return. The federal government must receive the form prior to June 30, 2018. This form must be completed to receive financial air for the Fall 2017, Spring 2018 and Summer 2018 academic year semesters.
For the 2018-2019 academic year, you may complete the FAFSA anytime after October 1, 2017, using your 2016 Federal Tax return. The federal government must receive the form prior to June 30, 2019. This form must be completed to receive financial aid for the Fall 2018, Spring 2019 and Summer 2019 academic year semesters.
Financial Aid GuideFollow the steps outlined in the Financial Aid Guide to gain access to financial aid. Priority for Financial Aid will be given to students based on the date of their completed file, so it’s best to apply as soon as possible.
Financial Aid PoliciesView documentation requirements to receive financial aid, payment information, including distribution and refund policies.
NET price calculator
The Net Price Calculator can help you calculate your college costs to attend MCC.
Satisfactory Academic Progress PolicyStudents receiving financial aid at Montcalm Community College should review the guidelines for maintaining Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP).
Student LoansStudent can apply for a student loan to help cover educational costs. Unlike grants or scholarships, money borrowed through student loans must be repaid.
Important Links & FormsStudents can access a variety of electronic and printable financial aid forms and find helpful links to both federal and state assistance.
Sources of Financial AidView a list of financial aid resources including grants, scholarships and federal student loans.
veterans guidelinesLearn more about specific educational benefits available to veterans, survivors and dependents.
Debt ManagementExplore a number of helpful tools designed to help students gain financial literacy.
Statement of Ethical Principles & Institutional Code of ConductThe primary goal of the financial aid professional is to help students achieve their educational goals through financial support and resources. National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) members are required to exemplify the highest level of ethical behavior and demonstrate the highest level of professionalism.