Financial Aid and Tuition
Important financial aid information is only sent via your MyMTC email account. Check this account often to learn about items directly related to your financial aid status.
For full-time academic students who are residents of Richland County, tuition is $160 per academic credit hour effective Fall 2016. You may have additional expenses like books and transportation to campus.
Over 90% of all MTC students receive financial aid. The first step to getting financial aid, including scholarships, loans, grants, and work study, is to fill out a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Our school code for the FAFSA is 003993.
The Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) assists students and parents with completing the FAFSA. See upcoming financial aid workshops.
1098-T Tax Information
Through the 1098-T, MTC reports amounts of qualified tuition and related expenses billed to students during the tax year and scholarships/grants posted to the student’s MTC account during the tax year.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
All students who receive federal or state financial aid must meet certain standards to keep receiving financial aid.
- Student must maintain a cumulative 2.0 GPA
- Student must maintain a 70% pace rate of all attempted courses
- Student must complete their program of study within 150% of the total hours required to complete their program
Were you selected for verification? Get more information about what verification is and what to do next.
ALL MTC academic programs and some career training programs are eligible for VA benefits. Learn more about using your educational benefits.
Payment plans, loans, and some scholarships are available for Training courses and programs. Learn more about Financial Aid for Training.
Student Financial Services Staff
|Aria Simmons||Assistant Director, Beltline Campus|
|Cheryl Lindsey||Assistant Director, Airport Campus|
|Vickie Muller||Assistant Director, Technical Services|
|Pearl Richardson||Senior Counselor, Airport Campus|
|Antwan Jacobs||Airport Campus Counselor|
|Ashton Cooper||Airport Campus Counselor|
|Christine Jackson||Airport Campus Counselor|
|Kelley Simmons||Airport Campus Counselor|
|Charles Jones||Call Center Supervisor|
|Gwen Harris||Senior Counselor, Beltline Campus|
|Angela King||Beltline Campus Counselor|
|Sherina Maye||Beltline Campus Counselor|
|Sylvia Mills||Beltline Campus Counselor|
|Yolanda Smith||Beltline Campus Counselor|
|Christopher Mobley||Northeast Campus Counselor|
|Danielle Alexander||Document Imaging Coordinator|
|Dianne Schurlock||Administrative Specialist II|
|Patrice Washington||Data Coordinator|
|Renay Burchell||Pell Coordinator|
|William Bassett||Data Programmer|
What is a priority deadline?
Some forms of student aid, like federal Pell Grants, are essentially unlimited—if you qualify, you will get the money. But other forms of aid are first-come-first-served, because the available pot of money is limited. When you submit your FAFSA by the priority deadline, you’ll be eligible for all the available scholarships and grants. Submitting by the priority deadline also guarantees that you’ll get your award letter and your money before classes start.
Net Price Calculator
Net Price Calculator
In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, MTC is providing the Net Price Calculator to provide you an estimate of costs of full time attendance for first-time degree or certificate seeking undergraduate students.Net Price Calculator
Financial Aid Programs
Lottery Tuition Assistance for South Carolina Students
Almost all students that qualify for in-state tuition rates can get lottery-funded tuition assistance, regardless of need. There is no special application required, just fill out your FAFSA!
- Full-time students may receive $1140 per semester (12 credit hour minimum).
- Part-time students may receive $95 per credit hour (6 credit hour minimum).
Please note: Recipients of the LIFE scholarship are not eligible for lottery funded tuition assistance.
LIFE is a merit-based scholarship that can help pay for tuition and books. LIFE scholarship recipients are not eligible for Lottery Tuition Assistance and must meet some eligibility requirements, including having a GPA of 3.0 or higher.Financial Aid