Financial aid is a grant, scholarship, loan or employment opportunity which assists students with their educational expenses. Most financial aid is awarded on the basis of financial need, or the difference between the cost of education (tuition, fees, books, transportation, etc.), and the amount parents and/or students can contribute toward these expenses. Westmoreland participates in several state and federal financial aid programs. CLICK HERE for your Financial Aid To Do List.
FINANCIAL AID UPDATES
FAFSA Workshop - August 1 at Westmoreland-Fayette County
These workshops are designed to provide individual student/family assistance in completing your 2018-2019 FAFSA using all tools accessible, such as IRS Data Retrieval.
Questions can be answered, such as: “Am I Dependent or Independent?” “Which parent do I use to complete my FAFSA?” “What if my financial situation has changed since I filed my taxes?”
- 2016 Taxes and W2’s for Student and Parents (if applicable)
- Date of Birth, SSN for student and parent
- Citizenship documentation, if applicable
- FSA ID
CLICK HERE for more information and to register.
Did you complete your FAFSA and have been selected for Federal Verification? Are you confused over the required documents you must provide to the Financial Aid Office? Let the professional financial aid staff at Westmoreland County Community College help you in completing your student file. We understand the complexity and frustration with having to obtain documents from the IRS office. Let us help!
As always, the Financial Aid Office maintains an Open-Door policy and a knowledgeable counselor will be available to assist during the times mentioned below: If Dependent, your parent should accompany you for this assistance. Please have your FSA ID & password available.
- Monday 9-11 a.m.
- Tuesday 2-4 p.m.
- Thursday 4-7 p.m.