Can you afford to go to KCTCS? Can you afford to not? Net Price Calculator will provide you with the ability to estimate federal aid eligibility based on the information you provide.
The estimates provided with this tool should be used as a guide to help you understand likely ranges for student aid you may be eligible to receive. Student aid award estimates are subject to change based on regulations, federal/ state appropriations, any changes in your financial circumstances, and other factors.
The information provided will determine your eligibility for student aid and your award estimates. The accuracy reflected in your results will be based on the data you provide to calculate your Expected Family Contribution (EFC).
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 2015-2016 Free Application for Federal Student Aid is available now at www.fafsa.ed.gov. BCTC’s School Code is 005244. The Financial Aid Priority Date for Fall 2015 is July 15, but don’t wait! You can complete your financial aid file before your Spring semester classes end if you are a currently enrolled student.
The only way to receive a scholarship is to apply. The 2015-2016 scholarship application is available to complete online. Please visit our Scholarship page for more details.
If you wish to receive a student loan as part of your financial aid package, please follow the following steps to accept.
If you have never borrowed a student loan at BCTC and accept a Federal Student Loan, you will also need to complete the Master Promissory Note (MPN) and Entrance Counseling. Both processes may be completed online at http://studentloans.gov. BCTC will receive notification once successfully completed. Loan funds cannot be disbursed until both have been completed.
The Financial Aid Office is launching a new, online newsletter. Check out the latest edition here.
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!