2006-2007 CCBC College Catalog
Programs of financial aid
The federal government provides financial aid to students through:
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG)
Federal Work-Study Program
Federal Family Education Loan Programs (FFEL)
loans for parents of dependent students
More about federal loans>>
The state of Maryland provides financial aid to students through:
Loan assistance repayment programs
Merit and career based scholarships
Other special programs
information about state aid>>
CCBC provides financial aid to students through the CCBC Foundation
the support of the CCBC Foundation, the college also offers a variety of
scholarship opportunities for both full-time and part-time students.
More information about these scholarships is available at the numbers
below or online.
More about federal loans
Eligibility for a loan is determined
by financial need and may be part of students’ financial aid packages.
In addition to the FAFSA, students must submit separate loan request
applications. All forms and additional information may be obtained from
the Financial Aid office.
Loan application requirements
In addition to the general
requirements for financial aid, loan applicants must meet these
First-time, first-year undergraduate borrowers must attend an entrance
interview with a Financial Aid professional. Any loan application can
be denied based on the professional judgment of a Financial Aid
All borrowers must attend an exit interview.
Loan disbursement for first-time borrowers occurs 30 days into the
Student borrowers must be enrolled in a program leading to a degree or
Grade point averages, number of completed credits, current course work
and previous loans will be reviewed.
Students must be enrolled in at least six credits/billable hours for
standard semesters and six credits/billable hours combined for summer