Notice: All financial aid refund checks must be mailed and students cannot pick up checks at the cashier's office. To see mailing dates, please see the posting schedule.
Sign up for a Loan Workshop (held in Fulford 153, required for all 1st time borrowers)
*Students unable to attend an on-campus loan workshop can complete CFNC's online Advanced Money Management for Community College Students class as an alternative. Note: Students without a CFNC Profile will need to create one.
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Appeals:
Student appeals received after the deadline will not be heard until the following term.
- Spring 2014 Deadline: 5pm, Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Students not making Satisfactory Academic Progress must attend a SAP Appeal Session before submitting an appeal.
Group SAP Appeal Sessions will be held on the following dates in Goess Rm. 132:
11/26 (T) 10am
12/02 (M) 10am
12/03 (T) 3pm
12/04 (W) 10am
12/05 (TH) 3pm
12/09 (M) 3pm
12/10 (T) 10am
Pell Grant News:
Priority Deadlines for Financial Aid:
First priority given to students who file a FAFSA AND turn in all paperwork by these deadlines:
- Fall Term - May 15
- Spring Term - October 15
- Summer Term - March 15
To Check Your Award . . .
- Go to our web portal, "myPittCC", at my.pittcc.edu, and log in using the login instructions available above the login box; "How do I Login?"
- Once you’re logged in, click on the “PCC Services Link ” in your LaunchPad area
- Select “FA Status by Term” from the menu on the left hand column
- Select the Award Period you wish to review
- 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.
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.