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Welcome to the Office of Financial Aid! An education here at BCTC is an especially good value. Tuition costs are very affordable, especially for residents of Kentucky. In addition, we offer a wide range of financial aid programs.
Ready to get started? Apply for financial aid now, search and apply for scholarships, get answers to frequently asked questions, or contact our Office of Financial Aid for help or more information.
The Financial Aid Office will review academic performance for all students at the end of the spring semester. Students must meet all of the following conditions to continue receiving Federal and State Financial Aid--including Federal Student Loans.
If a student fails to meet any or all of the conditions, an email notice will be sent to KCTCS email account. For more information please visit our Satisfactory Academic Progress webpage.
With the launch of the new Blackboard Student Services Center on March 7, BCTC's Financial Aid Office contact information has changed. The new phone number for Financial Aid is (855) 246-2477 (toll free). The new email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for priority consideration has passed, but it is not too late to turn in your 13-14 Scholarship Application. Visit the scholarship webpage to view scholarship opportunities and download the most recent application.
Begin your New Year with a new FAFSA. The 2013-2014 Free Application for Federal Student Aid is now available at www.fafsa.ed.gov. To ensure your financial aid is processed in a timely manner, follow these easy New Year's Resolutions.
Think Again! Did you know that dropping ALL of your classes or failing ALL your classes could mean that the Financial Aid Office may ask you to repay some or all of your financial aid awards? It's a federal requirement! BCTC has many resources to help you through the semester. Review the R2T4 webpage before you make that decision!
Federal guidelines for Federal Financial Aid requires BCTC to make sure that all students choose an approved program plan or major by the time they attempt 30 credit hours. If a student does not choose an approved program plan or major after attempting 30 credit hours, he or she is no longer eligible to receive Federal Financial Aid including student loans. Read all about it here.