To be considered for Financial Aid at Emily Griffith Technical College, including the Federal Pell Grant, Colorado Need Based Grant, and Colorado Work Study, students must:
- Apply to Emily Griffith Technical College in a Qualified Federal Financial Aid Program/Pell-eligible program. Eligible programs are noted on the program webpage and in the catalog under the program title.
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) every academic year (www.fafsa.ed.gov). The Emily Griffith Technical College Code is 005596.
- Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen
- Meet EGTC's Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy requirements
- Not currently in default on a student loan or owe a refund to a Title IV financial aid program.
- Students enrolling after July 1, 2012, must have a High School Diploma or GED or completed home schooling. Students who have received aid prior to 7/1/12 will be grandfathered in.
- Male students between the ages of 18 and 25 must have registered for Selective Service
State Funded Assistance
- Students must have lived in Colorado for at least one year and meet other eligibility requirements of FAFSA.
- Applications are the same for the Pell Grant.
- Applicants need to be enrolled in a Pell-eligible program at least halftime.
Colorado Work Study
Financial Aid Rules and Regulations
Students need to be prepared to pay initial costs (25% of tuition and fees plus 100% of books and materials) with their own funds since these types of financial aid do not provide immediate assistance.
Students may be able to receive more than one type of assistance. All financial aid is for undergraduate students. Federal and State student aid is awarded on a one-year basis. The award period begins July 1 and ends June 30 the following year. Students may apply for and receive financial aid during more than one award period. Financial aid students need to follow all rules and regulations of Emily Griffith Technical College.
A student must maintain a C average or better or P in a Pass/Fail course.
A student needs to demonstrate that he/she is making measurable progress toward program completion. A student may have 120 percent of program length to complete a program. For instance, a nine-month program may be completed in 10.8 months. Progress is measured on a monthly basis.
A student needs to meet the attendance policy for the program area. Attendance policies vary among departments, minimum is 80%.
Scholarships are available to supplement primary sources of payment for students' tuition and fees at Emily Griffith Technical College. We offer many scholarships based on program enrollment and financial need. Students must complete the:
- Thank you letter
- Admission to an Emily Griffith Certificate Program
- A one page essay describing your financial need, educational and career goals, and how you would benefit from the scholarship
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- EGTC General Scholarship Application
- List of Scholarships
- Colorado Workforce Centers
- Workforce Investment Act (WIA)
- Mayor's Office
- Major's Office of Economic Development (OED)
- Employer Sponsored Funding
- Special Needs Office
- Colorado State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
- TANF Office
- TANF Educational Benefits
- Veteran's Counselor
- Veteran's Educational Benefits
Financial Aid and Scholarship Forms:
- Authorization for Federal Student Aid Fund Credits
- Child Support Paid Documentation Form
- Identity and Statement of Educational Purpose
- Petition for Dependency Override Form
- Professional Judgment Worksheet
- Request for Release of Student Information
- Scholarship Application
- Scholarship List
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Worksheet
- Verification of Dependent Student
- Verification of Independent Student
- Verification of Low Income
- Title IV Authorization Form
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