Learn more about the four different types of financial aid.
are free money. You do not have to repay them. You must:
financial need on the Free Application
for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
an enrollment status of six or more credits. The Pell Grant is the only grant
that does not have this requirement.
free money. You do not have to repay them.
may base scholarships on:
your scholarship search at least one year before you start school.
out if any professional or social organizations have a chapter in your city. Contact
them to see if they offer any national or local scholarships. Examples of
organizations include American Business Women's Association, Kiwanis, Lions,
Rotary Clubs, Jaycees, 4H and your Chamber of Commerce.
employers, unions and churches.
- Student Employment
You earn this type of financial aid. HACC does not deduct this type of
financial aid from your bill.
you are interested in student employment:
are borrowed money. You must repay them with interest. Student loans
require an enrollment status of six or more credits.