Types of Financial Aid
Financial Aid Application Checklist
Remember: You must file a new financial aid application (FAFSA) every academic year.
Priority deadline for Spring 2021 is July 19, 2020.
Application Guarantee deadline is October 5, 2020.
Document Guarantee deadline is November 9, 2020.
Students who provide all documentation to the Financial Aid office by the guarantee deadline will be awarded before Alamance Community College’s first payment deadline. If documentation is provided after the deadline, students may not have their award in place before tuition is due. Students should make other arrangements to cover outstanding tuition until aid is awarded. You may click HERE for more information on tuition payment plans.
Priority deadline for Summer 2021 is January 25, 2021.
Application Guarantee deadline is March 5, 2021.
Document Guarantee deadline is April 9, 2021.
The ACC Financial Aid office staff are available to assist students with the application process. You may make an appointment for individual assistance by calling to reserve a spot to attend one of our FAFSA application workshops. To reserve your spot please click HERE or call 336-506-4340. Our office is located in the Student Success suite, First Floor Gee Building in Room G118.
Reminder, Summer Pell is back! Starting summer 2021 Pell grant rules allow students to receive additional Pell Grant funds and accelerate their academic careers to finish their program of study sooner. A student may qualify by enrolling in a minimum of 6 credit hours in his/her major for the summer session. If there is not 6 hours in the students major, please refer him/her to the ACC Foundation application. Students do need to enroll in 12 hours to be considered full time for Pell purposes. Please guide students on appropriate course load in summer. Attached is the notification given to students. You may click HERE for our Summer Pell Policy.
Students still qualify for the Pell grant if the recipient does not use his/her full award in attending full time both fall and spring, any remaining funds can be used in the summer session if student meets the enrollment criteria.