Financial aid is money used to pay for educational related expenses such as tuition, fees, books, supplies, etc. These funds may come from federal, state, and institutional sources.
West Georgia Technical College offers both need-based and non-need-based federal, state and institutional aid to eligible students to defray the cost of attendance. Students must demonstrate eligibility for financial aid by completing a financial aid application each year. Students are encouraged to apply for financial aid early but should be aware that acceptance for admission to West Georgia Technical College is required before a financial aid award can be offered.
- Create a Federal Student Aid ID.
- Complete the FAFSA – WGTC code 010487
- Review your processed Student Aid Report, usually processed in 2-3 business days
- Respond to any communications from WGTC regarding additional information needed
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What is financial aid?
Q:How to I know if I qualify for financial aid?
Q:What kind of financial aid is available?
Q:Is there a deadline for me to apply for financial aid?
Q:How do I apply for Financial Aid?
Q:What is West Georgia Technical College’s Title IV School Code?
Q:What is Satisfactory Academic Progress?
Q:When will I know what financial aid I will receive?