One of the first steps to securing funding for college is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, called the FAFSA. Doing so opens doors to a range of financial aid options, including scholarships, grants and loans.
Federal Student Aid is the largest provider of financial aid for college in the U.S. Understand aid, apply for aid, and manage your student loans today:
The Georgia Student Finance Commission has a variety of grants, loans and scholarships to help residents with the cost of a higher education:
VA education benefits help Veterans, service members, and their qualified family members with needs like paying college tuition, finding the right school or training program, and getting career counseling. Learn how to apply for and manage the education and training benefits you’ve earned.
The Southern Crescent Technical College Foundation, Inc. offers scholarship opportunities to students. Scholarship funds are NOT paid directly to the student. Please read all application materials carefully – some restrictions apply. Foundation scholarships are reviewed by a panel of faculty and staff and awarded to a currently enrolled part-time or full-time SCTC student.
WIOA assists unemployed or underemployed individuals with re-entry into the workforce. WIOA funding is available for eligible students to assist with the costs of:
For additional information, check out our WIOA information on our financial aid page
Special Populations Services are available to support and serve students who are from economically disadvantaged families, including foster children, preparing for non-traditional fields, limited English proficient, single parents, including single pregnant women, displaced homemakers, or disabled individual.
SCTC has partnered with Nelnet, a leading educational planning and financing company that provides billing and customer services for students.