This video will walk you through the steps of how to view the Financial Aid webpage. From the Maysville Community & Technical College home webpage you will need to select the cost and financial aid heading. This is located in the center of your screen in the dark blue ribbon as highlighted here on the screen. Move your cursor to the cost and financial aid heading and select it using your mouse. You will then be taken to the cost and financial aid home screen. From here you will access financial aid forms, learn about Maysville Community & Technical College tuition fees, what types of aid is available for students attending our college, and terms you should know in the financial aid department contact information.
First, let's take a look at the financial aid forms. You can select this by placing your cursor over the financial aid forms heading from the menu located on the left hand side of your screen and select it using your mouse. There are several forms to fill out. The first form that needs to be filled out is the FAFSA form and this form can be completed by going to www.fafsa.ed.gov. Let's take a quick look at the financial aid forms offered to Maysville Community & Technical College. The first form listed is the scholarship application. This is an excellent form for you to fill out for scholarship funds. These are typically funds that you do not have to pay back. This application can be completely filled out online and submitted to our financial aid department. Use the back arrow at the top of your screen to return to the previous screen by placing your cursor on the back arrow and select it using your mouse.
The next form is the financial aid release form. Select the form by moving your cursor over the title heading, FAR Release, and select it by using your mouse. The financial aid release form comes up; this form is a release for allowing your books to be paid for by your financial aid disbursements. The Title IV release allows any of your financial aid disbursements to pay for any additional charges such as library fees, parking fees, lab fees, et cetera. FERPA allows the college to release information about you to your either parents or your spouse or both. This form needs to be printed and filled out and returned to the financial aid department located in the student service office. Press the back arrow at the top of your screen to go back to the previous screen. This takes us back to the financial aid forms home page.
The next few forms are to be utilized when using your FAFSA form, the verification worksheet, the worksheet A, B, C for verification. The Stafford Loan Application; the recalculation sheet is done if your financial circumstances change. The FAFSA form is based upon the previous year's income. A good example for needing your financial status recalculated is for the year you've lived on your own and supported yourself. But the FAFSA form requires you to report your parent's income even though you have been supporting yourself and do not receive financial support from them. You may be able to have your financial aid recalculated based on your income for the previous year. The satisfactory academic progress report--this is a report that students would use if they have lost their financial aid for some reason. You have the right to appeal and try to regain your financial aid. This form is filled out by the student and returned to the campus financial aid office for processing. Press the back arrow to the financial aid report form home webpage. The next report is the financial aid degree audit. This is used by students who have taken longer to complete their degree than anticipated and are in danger of losing their financial aid. To return back to the financial aid form, place your cursor on the back arrow and select it using your mouse. The next report we'll take a look at is the KCTCS Temporary or student employment application. This is a form used by a student who would like to perform work study hours while attending a college. Please fill out this form and fill it out and return the filled out form to your campus financial aid office. To return back to the financial aid form main menu, press the back arrow located at the top of your screen by placing your cursor over it and selecting it with your mouse. The final form we will look at is the KCTCS Consortium Agreement. This is an agreement that would be filled out if the student is attending more than one college at the same time. This creates an agreement for accepting the credits from the other college.
Let's return to the financial aid form home webpage. You get there by pressing the back arrow and select it using your mouse. Let's take a look at tuition and fees. Select tuition and fees from the menu on the left hand side of your screen by placing your cursor over the heading Tuition and Fees and selecting it using your mouse. You are now taken to the Maysville Community & Technical College Tuition and Fees home webpage. Here you can find out what the tuition and fees are for the upcoming academic year. For the year 2009-2010 resident tuition is $125 per credit hour. Contiguous counties - $250 per credit hour and non-resident tuition is $425 per credit hour. The tuition and fees website tells you the fees that are due at the time of registration and some of the options you have to pay for your registration fee. Let's take a look at the type of financial aid that is offered through Maysville Community & Technical College. From the menu on the left hand side of your screen move your cursor to the heading Types of Aid and select is using your mouse. You will see we offer the Pell Grant, Work Study, Stafford Loans, et cetera. We suggest you take time to become familiar with this website and what opportunities are offered to Maysville Community & Technical College to help finance your college education.
Next, let's take a look at the financial aid frequently asked questions. We suggest you take a look at this question and answer session because you may be able to find the answers to a question you have about financial aid. To get to the FAQ's select financial aid FAQ's from the menu located on the left hand side of your screen by placing your cursor over the financial aid FAQ's and selecting it using your mouse. You are now taken to the financial aid FAQ home page. It answers questions such as ‘how do I know if I’m considered independent or dependent?’ We suggest you take a look at the financial aid FAQ's to see if there is an answer to the question that you may currently have. Now let's take a look at the terms to know portion of the financial aid website. We can access this by placing our cursor over the title terms to know located on the left hand side of your screen and select it using your mouse. This website introduced you to frequently used terms used by financial aid experts such as FAFSA, SAP, et cetera. We suggest that you look at the frequently used terms. This might help you to understand some of the terminology we'll come across when dealing with financial aid.
We hope that you've enjoyed viewing the financial aid department video. If you have further questions, please feel free to contact one of the following individuals for financial aid. If you have further questions, contact our financial aid department. From our Maysville campus please contact Leslie Storie at 1755 U.S. Highway 68, Maysville, Kentucky 41056; or call her at 606-759-7141, extension 66207; or contact Karen Overley at extension 66179. For our Licking Valley campus please contact Sandy Power. Her office is located at 319 Webster Avenue, Cynthiana, Kentucky 41031; or you can call her at 859-234-8626, Extension 66404. For our Rowan campus please contact Jane Reed. Her office is located at 609 Viking Drive, Morehead, Kentucky 40351; or you can call her at 606-783-1538, extension 66309. We look forward to seeing you on campus.