Financial Aid

Financial Aid

You may be asking yourself, “How will I pay for my education?” At Central Christian College, 97% of students receive some form of financial aid.

Below are some of the many options available to you as a CCC Online student, you may also contact us and we’ll work directly with you through the enrollment process as well as connect you to CCC’s knowledgeable admissions staff who can help you figure out the best financial aid options available to you.

Federal Student Loans

Federal student loans are funds borrowed from the federal government designed to help students pay for college. They are funds that must be repaid with interest with favorable interest rates and do not have to be repaid until after you graduate or drop below half-time enrollment. Two kinds of Federal Student Loans are available:

  • Subsidized Direct Stafford Loans
    Loans awarded based on financial need. You will not be charged (interest) while you are in school or, if applicable, for a six-month grace period once you graduate or drop below half-time enrollment.

  • Unsubsidized Direct Stafford Loans
    Loans not awarded based on financial need. You will be charged interest from the time the loan is disbursed until the time the loan is paid in full. You do not need to repay the loan while you are in school or, if applicable, for a six-month grace period once you graduate or drop below half-time enrollment.

Federal Aid Process

For those who qualify, federal financial aid grant and loan programs may be an option. Steps for completing the financial aid process:

  1. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. If you have never completed a FAFSA before, you must first create an FSA ID. To create an FSA ID, visit https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm.
     

  2. Complete a Master Promissory Note (MPN) and Entrance Loan Counseling at www.studentloans.gov.
     

  3. When we receive your completed FAFSA, you may be asked for additional verification documents. (Additional documents may consist of federal tax forms for the prior year, a verification worksheet, W-2s, certain tax schedules, etc.) Verification documents are used to verify the accuracy of the FAFSA.
     

  4. Once your FAFSA, MPN, Entrance Loan Counseling and additional verification documents (if required) are received, you will receive an Official Award Letter.
     

  5. You may accept or decline any or all aid on your Official Award Letter. Please note: You will need to apply for financial aid every year.

Federal Loans

All federal loans are processed through the William D. Ford Federal Direct Lending Program. Below are the federal educational loan options:

Scholarships

Every student should explore opportunities for eligibility in earning a scholarship to help offset the costs of education. Explore potential scholarships now.

Free Financial Education Program

Central Christian College of Kansas offers SALT®, a financial education program for students and alumni. SALT helps students take charge of their finances, track student loans and find scholarships, jobs and internships. Plus, it's all free for Central Christian College of Kansas students! Sign up here.

Grants

Grants are a great way to get assistance to pay for your college education. Grants are based on financial need and, unlike loans, they don’t have to be paid back. The most popular student grant is the Pell Grant. For additional information, including application requirements, visit the Department of Education website. To be evaluated for federal grant eligibility, please complete your FAFSA as soon as possible.

Military Benefits

Central Christian College of Kansas has been selected as a Top School in Military Advanced Education & Transition’s Guide to Colleges & Universities for military culture, financial aid for veterans, flexibility and support. For more information on our military benefits, visit our Military Benefits page.

Consumer Information

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