Financial Aid Self Service is here!
PCC Students now have real-time access to their financial aid record via myPittCC. Log into your myPittCC account and click on "FA Status" to view your most current information.
For more information: Financial Aid Self-Service
NEW Information about the NC Community College Grant for the 2016-2017 year.
Priority Deadlines for Financial Aid:
Financial aid will be processed and complete to students who file a FAFSA AND turn in all paperwork by the following deadlines:
- Summer 2016 Term - March 15, 2016
- Fall 2016 Term - May 15, 2016
- Spring 2016 Term - October 15, 2016
*Please allow 4 weeks for processing after ALL documentation has been submitted.*
We will continue to review and process applications received after the above dates, but we cannot guarantee that aid will be finalized in time to avoid your having to pay out of pocket for tuition, fees, books, and supplies.
Loan Workshops: (Required for first-time borrowers at Pitt CC)
Loan workshops can be completed online or in person.
First time borrowers at PCC must complete this workshop before their loan request can be processed. Please go to http://www.saltmoney.org and complete the Loan Workshop Please click Resources, Choose Lessons, Click "Own Your Student Loans." Complete the Lesson (It should take 5 to 7 minutes, print the confirmation page. It should say "Nice Work! Congratulations!). It is Step 3 on the 2016-17 Direct Loan Acceptance Form.
Campus WorkshopAll times are 3:00 p.m. Location - Fulford Building, Rm #153. No appointment necessary.
- 2016 Fall Loan Workshops
- August 18, 2106
- August 25, 2016
- September 9, 2016
- September 23, 2016
- October 6, 2016
- October 20, 2016
- November 3, 2016
- November 17, 2016
- December 1, 2016
- December 8, 2016
Schedule a time to meet with the Veterans Affairs Representatives
Student appeals received after the deadline will not be heard until the following term. Please contact SAP Appeals Counselor for further information.
2017 Spring Appeals Counseling Group Sessions:
September (Sessions held in CFG Building, Rm 132)
9/7/16 @ 10 AM
9/8/16 @ 2 PM
9/15/16 @ 10 AM
9/20/16 @ 10 AM
9/28/16 @ 10 AM
9/29/16 @ 2 PM
October (Sessions held in CFG Building, Rm 132)
10/4/16 @ 2 PM
10/12/16 @ 2 PM
10/18/16 @ 10 AM
10/19/16 @ 2 PM
11/3/16 @ 2 PM (Session held in CFG Building, Rm 132)
11/9/16 @ 2 PM (Session held in Leslie Building, Rm 143)
11/10/16 @ 2 PM (Session held in Leslie Building, Rm 143)
11/15/16 @ 10 AM (Session held in Leslie Building, Rm 143)
APPEAL DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18,2016. SUBMISSION BY 5:00 PM
Students not making Satisfactory Academic Progress must attend an on-campus SAP Appeal Session before submitting an appeal. Distance education students with a mailing address outside of Pitt County and reside at least an hour from campus may request a phone appointment by sending an email via mypittcc only!
Get a Tax Transcript
In addition to online orders for tax transcripts, the IRS has provided the ability to print a transcript on demand. Aid applicants who are not able to use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool may print tax transcripts at:
To Check Your Award . . .
Go to our web portal, "myPittCC" and log in using the login instructions available below the login box: "How do I Login?"
Once you’re logged in, click on "WebAdvisor for Students", in the “PCC Services" box located to the right.
Select “Financial Aid” from the menu.
Select Financial Award letter. Choose year and hit Submit.
If your award has been processed, it will be detailed here. No award listed?? We may still be processing your file. Check your myPittCC account frequently for updates. Please note that an award letter will also be mailed to you once your file is complete.
Student Store Information
Information about the various types of financial aid you may receive through Pitt Community College - including scholarships, grants, federal work study employment, and loans.
Some frequently asked questions about financial aid, receiving financial aid, and the financial aid application process.
As a community college student, you are eligible to receive education tax credits that can reduce the expense of your education.
How to reach the financial aid department if you have a question or problem.