Many financial aid programs are available at Owens Community College. With the exception of scholarships, the programs are administered by the Office of Financial Aid under policies established by federal and state governmental guidelines.
Grants are financial aid that does not require repayment as long as the student completes the semester. Grants are generally based on financial need. Available grant programs include the Federal Pell Grant, the Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant, the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, and the Owens Community College Grant.
Education Loans are financial aid that must be repaid. Available loan programs include the Federal Direct Loan, the Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan and the Nurse Education Assistance Loan Program (NEALP). Private (or "alternative") loans are also available through banks or other lenders.
Federal Work Study is a form of financial aid paid to a student as wages from working.
Scholarships are funds provided by the College or outside contributors to students based on criteria determined by the donor.
Additional Resources include assistance from public agencies and educational tax credits. Additional financial aid information and contact information is also available.
All information contained on this site is subject to change and corrections without notice.