Piedmont Technical College's tuition rates are already the most affordable in the region, and there are plenty of financial aid options available to offset the cost of attendance even more.
In fact, the average financial package at PTC is more than enough to fully cover the cost of PTC's tuition and fees. To find out how much financial aid you'll receive, you'll first need to apply for aid. Follow the steps below to file your application.
To apply for financial aid, start by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. If you don’t own a computer, you can visit any Piedmont Technical College location to complete the application.
To make sure you complete your financial aid application on time, you should start early. Although the process isn't difficult, it can be time consuming, and there are deadlines involved.
Apply by the dates below to make sure the process is complete before classes start:
The FAFSA is used to determine how much federal and state aid you may qualify for in an academic year. Any kind of federal aid requires a FAFSA, including subsidized and unsubsidized loans. The FAFSA can be waived for high school students, or for those with bachelor's degrees. Certain third-party benefactors require a FAFSA to be completed before they will pay (ex. WIA, TIA, etc.).