At A Glance
Many students do not have the financial resources to accomplish their educational objectives. Through the financial aid programs, a combination of federal and/or state grants, state scholarships, institutional scholarships, work study and loans, Georgia Military College makes every effort to assure that no qualified student will be denied the opportunity to attend college because of a lack of funds.
GMC utilizes the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in determining a student’s level of financial need. This form may be obtained in the Financial Aid Office or the office of the Distant Learning Center Financial Aid Assistant.
The amount of aid available from most state and federal financial aid programs is related to student academic load for the term. Both the state and federal aid programs recognize 12 credit hours as the “full load” benchmark for maximum financial aid.
This short training will assist with the understanding of the steps to completing your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Student Guide to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Georgia Military College will admit students in a financial aid eligible status if the student would have been eligible for financial aid at the previous institution or if he/she has not been academically excluded, suspended, or dismissed at the previous institution immediately prior to enrollment at GMC.
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