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Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Full-time Adult Education students are qualified to receive financial aid. Part-time students may be eligible for a short-term certificate grant, while Aspire programs are free. Financial assistance is available to help pay for tuition, books, tools, supplies, and other educational expenses. Each funding service has different eligibility requirements. You’ll need tax and income documentation when applying for financial aid. To find out more about this process, please contact Shelly Schultz below. 

Types of Financial Aid Offered

  • Pell Grant

    Grant awards are based on income, family size, etc. The maximum amount for 2023-2024 is $7,395.

  • Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD)

    Individuals with disabilities may qualify for training funds. Contact your nearest OOD office.

  • Veteran’s Benefits

    Veterans may qualify based on terms served and other qualifiers. Contact your local veterans office. A Certificate of Eligibility is required.

Additional Assistance

In some cases, Job and Family Services can provide financial assistance for programs that are preparing you for the workforce. Contact your local JFS to see if you qualify for any of their assistance programs. 

Financial Aid Resources

  • Net Price Calculator

    Find out what students like you paid to attend VSCTC in the previous year.

    Calculate Price

  • College Navigator

    Read statistics about VSCTC expenses, financial aid, Net Price, and more.

    Navigate VSCTC

  • Student Handbook

    Get need-to-know info by reading the Adult Education handbook. 

    View Handbook

  • Student Consumer Info Disclosure

    View key disclosure and reporting requirements. 

    Read Disclosure

  • Annual Campus Security Report

    Read VSCTC campus crime statistics.

    View Report

  • Voter Registration

    Register to vote in Ohio online.

    Register to Vote