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The forms below may NOT be submitted electronically. All forms (along with any required supporting documents) must be printed, and then mailed, faxed, or turned in directly to the Financial Aid Office. Please complete all forms in black or blue ink.
2014-2015 (Fall 2014 * Spring 2015 * Summer 2015)
Dependent 2014-2015 Verification Worksheet (Household, Tax/Non-Tax, SNAP, Child Support Paid)
Independent 2014-2015 Verification Worksheet (Household, Tax/Non-Tax, SNAP, Child Support Paid)
High School Completion Verification
Identity/Statement of Educational Purpose
Household Resources Verification
Parent Information Verification Worksheet
FERPA Waiver Form
OTHER SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS:
Family Tuition Benefit Waiver 2014-2015 (For Employees and Employee Dependents of Co-Lin Only)
Non-Traditional Student Scholarship Application & Policy
Workstudy Application 2014-2015
2013-2014 (Fall 2013 * Spring 2014 * Summer 2014)
To receive financial aid through most of the student financial assistance programs at Copiah-Lincoln Community College, you must:
* be a U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizen;
* be enrolled or accepted for enrollment in an eligible degree or certificate program;
* make satisfactory academic progress toward a degree;
* not be in default on a loan or owe a repayment on a grant received at Copiah-Lincoln Community College or any other institution; and
* demonstrate financial need. (Some scholarships and loans are exceptions; refer to the descriptions of individual programs.)
* register with selective service, if required.
* have a high school diploma or a General Education Development (GED) Certificate, pass a test approved by the U.S. Department of Education, or meet other state standards.
* have a valid social security number.
* use assistance for educational purposes.
Direct Loans are low-interest loans for students and parents to help pay for the cost of a student's education after high school. The lender is the U.S. Department of Education (the Department).
With Direct Loans, you:
If you receive a federal loan, you can only use the money to pay for educational expenses at CLCC. These include: tuition and fees; books, supplies, and equipment; the rental or purchase of a personal computer; room and board; dependent child care expenses; transportation; and miscellaneous expenses.
Federal loans are a better deal than loans from private lenders. Federal student loans generally have lower interest rates that are fixed, generous repayment plans, no repayment penalties, and no credit checks (except for PLUS loans).
You can track your loan history at the National Student Loan Data System. All your federal loan information is reported to NSLDS, where you, your loan servicer, and other authorized users can access it.
The workstudy program provides on-campus jobs for students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses. Positions are available in various locations on campus.
How much will I make?
Your workstudy wages will be $7.25 per hour. The school will pay you directly at least once a month.
No. The amount you earn cannot exceed your total workstudy award. Awards can range from 30 - 40 hours per month. When awarding work-study, all financial aid (scholarships, loans, grants, etc.) is considered. Not everyone who applies will qualify.
You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. You must also complete an application for workstudy. You can download an application by clicking the link below. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Don't forget to sign your application before returning.
The priority deadline for the workstudy program is April 1. This means that those students who have all of their paperwork complete (FASFA and workstudy application) and on file by this date will receive first consideration of available positions. There are always more applicants than positions available.
After submitting the FAFSA, you then need to complete the Workstudy Application form. This form