Paying for classes
Instructors must certify your class attendance in order to qualify for financial aid. You will be directed to repay financial aid for any uncertified class attendance. Go to Online Services and check My Class Schedule to confirm your class certification.
If you do not plan to attend ACC
Contact the scholarship coordinator if you do not plan to continue your studies and would like unused funds returned to the donor.
How much you receive
The amount of financial aid you are eligible to receive depends on the number of credit hours you take. Your initial financial aid offer is based on enrollment in 9-11 credit hours. The amount changes if you take more or fewer hours. The final amount is based on your enrollment on the census date for your semester or session.
Federal Pell grants may be increased, reduced, or canceled based on your enrollment. Your Federal Direct Student Loan eligibility will not be changed unless you are enrolled in fewer than 6 credit hours.
Scholarship awards are a fixed amount, and are not based on the number of hours you take.
|Financial Aid Offer vs. Actual Award|
Your actual award is based on your enrollment at census date for your term. Overpayment resulting from reduced credits at the census date must be returned to the college.
|Program||Award offer||12+ credits||9-11 credits||6-8 credits||3-5 credits|
Financial aid refunds
Funds that remain after deducting what you owe are refunded to you through the ACC Onecard.
If your scholarship guidelines do not allow refunds, ACC moves unused funds to the next semester or returns them to the outside donor.