are available in person. We are still available by phone and video conference through appointments at this time. Schedule an appointment via Navigate.
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Accessing Remote Services
In response to the need to limit the number of people on campus, college services are being provided remotely so students and prospective students can receive assistance from home.
*We are still planning and preparing, so please check back on this page for updates on additional services.**
Students may still make an appointment with a PPCC Financial Aid Advisor via Navigate. We will be offering both online and phone appointments.
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Federal Student Aid is actively monitoring the new Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak.
BankMobile is PPCC's Refund Method
BankMobileVibe is Not a Scam
Financial aid, i.e. grants, scholarships, and loans, pays towards the balance due to PPCC first on the Monday after the main census/drop date. If that Monday is a holiday, it will pay on Tuesday.You will receive a ﬁnancial aid refund if there is any money left over after all charges have been covered. You will receive a mailer from BankMobile explaining how to choose your refund preference OR you can visit BankMobileVibe.com.
Refunds will be generated by the Student Accounts oﬃce each Monday and the funds will be available to the student the following Friday – Monday, depending on their refund preference. Students are strongly encouraged to set up a direct deposit account in order to receive the refund most quickly. Students also have the option to choose a Debit Card or have a paper check mailed to them. A paper check could take up to 4 weeks to receive through the mail.
BANK MOBILE INFORMATION
Phone: 877/524-4013: M-F 8am - 11pm ET
Phone 877/327-9515: 24/7 Service
The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, FAFSA. This is the application for all types of financial aid: grants, loans, or college work-study
Cost of Education
The cost of education includes tuition, fees, a room and board allowance, books, supplies, a transportation allowance and a personal expense allowance.
Financial need is the difference between the cost of education and the expected family contribution calculated by the federal processing center.
Ways to Pay
Financial Aid is money that is available to help students finance the cost of an education. Eligibility is determined from the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Loans are financial aid that must be paid pack. The student must complete entry-loan counseling, and must be registered for 6 credit hours.
Money awarded by third-party groups to students who meet various scholarship criteria. These do not require repayment.
Grants are gift aid, which come from the state, federal government or the college, that the student does not have to pay back.
Student employment, can be both federally funded (work-study) or jobs and internships at PPCC or in the community.
See more key terms and FAFSA information, visit studentaid.gov