Director of Financial Aid
(706) 865-2134 X 144
Assistant Director of Financial Aid
(706) 865-2134 X 109
Financial Aid Counselor
(706) 865-2134 X 246
Below is a list of other financial aid grants and scholarships; please click on the grant or scholarship to learn more. Consult the Financial Aid Office of Truett-McConnell College for information concerning these and additional sources of financial aid at 1-800-226-8621.
Faculty/Staff Dependents Grant: Full-time employees, full-time faculty, full-time staff, and their spouses/dependents, may enroll and take college courses tuition free. All admissions procedures and appropriate financial aid forms must be completed before initiation of coursework. Applications must be completed prior to the first day of classes. Forms are available in the Financial Aid office.
Family Discount: When two or more dependent students from the same family attend the college, and reside campus housing, the students will be awarded a grant toward tuition and room costs, provided they submit all applicable financial aid forms. Amounts vary according to total financial aid awards.
Veterans Administration Benefits: Truett-McConnell College is approved for veterans and children of disabled or deceased veterans who are eligible under the G.I. Bill. Consult with the V.A. representative at the college.
If you register on or after the established payment due date, you must pay the full amount at the time of registration.
When is my payment to the college due?
All fees for a semester (including tuition, room, board, and fees) are due two weeks prior to the first day of class for that semester. A payment plan is available and accessible at www.truett.edu. Individuals registering after the payment due date must pay in full at registration. Tuition and fees are due one week prior to mini-term semesters. Approved financial aid will be posted to the student’s bill on a semester basis.
Those students who cannot pay the full amount of their bill by the payment due date must enroll in a payment plan. In extreme circumstances the Business Office may provide alternative arrangements. Students who have not paid in full by the due date and who do not have an approved exception may be dropped from their classes. The student will be responsible for any reasonable cost of collection including, but not limited to, legal fees, collection costs, or other incidental charges. Students must settle their account (including library materials, damages, traffic fines, etc.) before they become eligible to register for a subsequent semester.
No official records are released, and no students are considered for graduation until they have settled their indebtedness with the College. The College reserves the right to adjust tuition and fees at the beginning of any semester.
What if I receive financial aid? Do I have to pay in full by the due date?
You are responsible for paying your bill in full, less any approved financial aid. To meet the required deadlines, it is critical to apply for financial aid early and to respond to any request for information from the Financial Aid Office as quickly as possible.
Whom should I call with questions?
FINANCIAL AID APPLICATIONS
Scholarship Applications and Information
Financial Aid Documents
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