Can you afford to go to KCTCS? Can you afford to not? Net Price Calculator will provide you with the ability to estimate federal aid eligibility based on the information you provide.
The estimates provided with this upcoming tool should be used as a guide to help you understand likely ranges for student aid you may be eligible to receive. Student aid award estimates are subject to change based on regulations, federal/ state appropriations, any changes in your financial circumstances, and other factors.
The information provided will determine your eligibility for student aid and your award estimates. The accuracy reflected in your results will be based on the data you provide to calculate your Expected Family Contribution (EFC).
The Go KCTCS Student Service Center is available to you all day, every day. Just call 855-GO-HCC44 (855-464-2244) or visit http://help.henderson.kctcs.edu, and you can ask one of our specialists your questions about:
An education here at HCC is an especially good value. Tuition costs are very affordable, especially for residents of Kentucky and those from select counties in Indiana and Illinois. In addition, we offer a wide range of financial aid programs. Please click on the “Types of Aid” link to the left for more information.
The financial aid office is currently processing aid for the 2012-2013 academic year. The Financial Aid Priority Deadlines for 2012-13 are as follows:
Fall 2012 - July 16th, 2012
Spring 2013 – December 1st, 2012
Summer 2013 – April 1st, 2013
Students are required to submit all financial aid paperwork prior these deadlines. Failure to do so may result in being dropped from classes prior to the start of the term per the college’s drop for non-payment policy as published in the current schedule of classes.
Students should monitor their KCTCS email account for important information. All financial aid correspondence, including award notifications and missing information requests, will be sent to KCTCS email addresses. To view your financial aid awards and account, log in to the student self-service website.
Federal regulations mandate that a student receiving financial aid under Title IV programs must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) in his/her course of study regardless of whether or not financial aid is awarded each semester.
A college education is an excellent investment in your future. A college education, whether through a degree, a diploma or a certificate, offers you more job opportunities, higher earnings, and personal satisfaction. Even in these hard economic times funds are available to help you get the education you want.
If you're planning on student loans to help pay for your KCTCS education—even if you already have a loan—some recent changes to the law affect you. These changes are good news for student loan borrowers, but they do require you to take some steps in order to receive your loans. Read all about it here.
Henderson Community College believes everyone should have access to high quality, affordable education. The HCC Financial Aid Staff is here to offer you a range of options to help you reach your goals. You can obtain the education you desire, at an affordable price, through federal and state aid, work-study programs, loans, scholarships, and payment plans. Most students receive some type of financial aid to help pay for college, and most is based on need.
The Financial Aid Office is located in the Start Center on the 2nd floor of the Sullivan Technology Center. Please drop by to see us if you have are on campus and have a question.
HCC Financial Aid Office
Henderson Community College
2660 S. Green Street
Henderson, KY 42420