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The FSA ID is used to sign the FAFSA, as well as other financial aid documents, such as the Master Promissory Note (MPN) and entrance counseling for student loans. The student must create one, and dependent students must also have their parents create one at https://fsaid.ed.gov.
Award eligibility differs greatly from student to student. Currently, the maximum Pell Grant would be $2,888 per semester for a full-time student, depending on their eligibility. Students may also qualify for additional funds such as the College Access Program (CAP) Grant and Federal Supplemental Education Grant (FSEOG), as well as scholarships, depending on their eligibility. We encourage you to contact a financial aid representative if you have questions.
The default for receiving any residual funds that students may be eligible for, after tuition, books, and other fees are paid, is the Higher One card if activated. This is mailed to students, at the address on file, during the first week of classes. If not activated, and an option not selected, a paper check will be generated and mailed by Higher One after 10 business days.
A student must call Higher One via the number on the card, or select a different option online at https://kctcsdebitcard.higheroneaccount.com/ to activate the card or receive a direct deposit.
Yes. All students receiving financial aid are required to maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0, pass 67% of all coursework attempted, and be on pace to graduate within 150% of your program’s required hours.