Financial Aid

//Financial Aid
Financial Aid2019-10-23T18:50:12+00:00

FAFSA

Completion of a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form is required for all adult students seeking financial assistance, and for any recent graduate interested in attending PCTC. This identifies eligible students for financial assistance that may reduce their tuition costs. No student is required to accept financial assistance made available from FAFSA submission. Any student may submit a FAFSA form, regardless of their tuition payment status.

Financial Assistance is offered to a qualifying adult student through various funding sources. To determine eligibility for financial assistance, a student must complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) application at www.fafsa.ed.gov and use 014800 for Putnam Career & Technical Center’s federal school code.

FAFSA Pin Number

Apply for an new PIN number, or renew a lost or forgotten PIN number here.

CFWV.com – Home
Resources CFWV Resources. The College Foundation of West Virginia provides free downloadable materials to public and non-profit organizations working to advance college access and success in West Virginia.
secure.cfwv.com

Student Loans

PCTC does not participate in student loans.

A student applying for any type of financial assistance may not be admitted until s/he has submitted a completed application for Federal Student Aid.

CFWV-College Foundation of West Virginia is an excellent resource to find out more about FASFA and additional financial aid planning.

Pell Grants

Federal Pell Grants are available to those students who qualify, and do not require repayment of funds by the recipient. Submission of a FAFSA form is required to determine grant eligibility.

Workforce WV

We partner many times with Workforce WV to help retrain workers in our area.

WorkForce West Virginia – Home
Announcements and Events The Northern Panhandle Workforce Development Board, Inc. (NPWDB, INC) is soliciting Request for Proposals (RFPs) for the Procurement of a Pilot “Pre-Apprenticeship” Program for Out-Of-School Youth, ages 16-24, with barriers to employment, in the Northern Panhandle region.
workforcewv.org

HEAPS Grant

Post-Secondary students may also apply for additional funding through the WV higher education policy commission (Workforce Development Heaps) Beginning July 1, 2019.
These awards are granted on a first come first serve basis.

https://www.wvhepc.org/secure/apps/

Department of Veterans Assistance

PCTC also participates in conjunction with the VA to gladly accept and work with students eligible for different VA benefits.

For benefit information visit
Benefits – veterans.wv.gov

For more information about financial aid and how to apply please contact
Hannah Hudson
304-586-3494 ext 4406