HB 260 would bring an additional $2 million for need-based scholarships.
Students who don’t fill out a FAFSA are simply passing up money for college.
Students stop attending classes for various reasons. Learn more about the different ways to take care of a class you can’t drop.
SLCC Promise covers the cost of tuition and fees for full-time students who already have federal grants.
Going back to school can be hectic, but SLCC students need to be aware of these fast-approaching deadlines.
Sarah Hall shares some ways that SLCC students can cut tuition costs for the spring semester.
The SLCC Promise program has already paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in tuition and fees. Learn how to apply for aid next year.
Learn more about SLCC scholarships and how to apply.
Many students are not aware of the various forms of financial aid that can lower the cost of college.
SLCC offers scholarships to help offset tuition costs for its students.
SLCC will pay tuition and student fees for eligible full-time students beginning this fall.
Many students pay a big price for a college education. Learn about different ways to minimize debt.