There are a variety of ways to supplement the funds you have set aside for your education. Many students will receive some sort of financial aid; some funds do not have to be repaid while others are loans. You’ll find information on the four most common kinds of student aid below.
A direct student loan is aid that is deferred until you’re out of school.
Student loans are a form of financial aid that can help you pay for tuition, books, and living expenses while you're in school. MCC offers the following loans:
Grants are free aid you do not have to pay back.
Learn more about what grants may be available to you by visiting the links below.
Work study is self-help aid in the form of an on-campus job.
Scholarships are a gift - they do not need to be paid back.