Financial Aid

Everyone can use a little help now and then, especially paying for a college education. More than 80% of Georgia College's undergraduate students receive financial aid in the form of grants, scholarships, employment opportunities, and student loans. Come to the Financial Aid Office and let’s discuss your educational goals and how we can help you find the financial resources to reach them.

Code of Conduct Consumer Information Guide

 

Announcements

GAcollege411.org is becoming GAfutures.org: This is where students complete the alternate application for HOPE, Zell Miller Scholarship, Student Access Loan (SAL), and Move Over When Ready (MOWR) as well as where to receive detailed information about all state aid programs.  All website access to GSFC (Georgia Student Finance Commission) during this transition will be unavailable July 20-25, 2016.  Find out more information here.

Summer semester 2016 Important Information

Enrollment dates for the Fall semester 2016 Nelnet Payment Plan begin on May 18, 2016, and end August 5, 2016.  For more information, please click the link below.

Fall 2016 Nelnet Tuition Payment Plan

 

FAFSA

FAFSA: Apply for Financial Aid

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the federal application that will allow GC's Financial Aid Office to review you for any federal grants, loans, work-study programs, and even state scholarships such as the HOPE/Zell Miller.

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GSFAPPS

​The GSFAPPS is the alternative application for students to apply for the HOPE and/or Zell Miller scholarships only. It is completed via Georgia Student Finance Commission's website. You must create an account on this website to be able to access the application.

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Links

Student Federal Perkins Loan
Loan Entrance/Exit Counseling
Direct Loan Servicing Center
Selective Service Registration
The Student Guide
FAFSA Help
Federal School Code