Ways to Pay (Funding Sources)


There are several ways to pay for college.  Outlined below are the Traditional Financial Aid and the Worker Retraining options of paying

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Grants

Funds that are based on financial need. They do not need to be repaid. Some Grants such as Pell and Need grants are typically offered through the financial aid office when you apply to receive financial aid. To learn more about grants and eligibility,

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Loans

Need or non-need based funds that must be repaid with interest and require a loan application. To learn more about loans and the application procedures,

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Scholarships

Scholarships, like grants, are funds that do not require repayment.  For a list of scholarships available through WWCC,

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Federal Work Study

Funds earned from part-time work. May be on - or - off campus.  Work Study offers flexible work schedules ideal for students who may need time off during midterms and finals.  For information on Work Study Program,

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State Work Study

Funds earned from part-time work. May be on - or - off campus.  Work Study offers flexible work schedules ideal for students who may need time off during midterms and finals.  For information on Work Study Program,

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Worker Retraining

Funding to help unemployed and other qualifying individuals acquire the skills and training they need to quickly return to work.  Please to read more on Worker Re-training.