Financing Your Education
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As you begin college and progress toward graduation, it is essential for you to have a clear plan to finance college. The earlier this process begins, the better the chance of having everything in place before registration for classes begin. This is usually a long process and cannot be completed overnight.
For students who prefer not to apply for or do not qualify for Federal Student Aid, there are other ways to finance education:
Completing a FAFSA
Most South Carolina residents discover they are eligible to receive some form of Federal, State or College financial assistance by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Eligibility for scholarships, grants and other financial assistance can be determined through the FAFSA.
For more information on Federal and State financial aid, visit MTC's Student Financial Services website.
How to Maintain Financial Assistance
Once you accept a financial aid award, you must maintain eligibility. Maintaining eligibility for most types of educational financial assistance requires the following:
Scholarships have a separate criteria for continued eligibility.