Do you know that many of your questions can be answered by accessing your MyWITC student account online? You can complete the Master Promissory Note, complete Entrance Counseling, and access your student award, student accounts and student records online. These online services are available 24/7. We ask that before you call us, first log into MyWITC. If you can't find the answer to your question there, contact us and we'll be happy to help you.
WITC Federal School Code is 011824.
- 2013-2014 WITC Financial Aid Guide (For students beginning Fall 2013)
- Financial Aid Forms
- Entrance Loan Counseling
- Complete your Stafford Loan Application Online (Master Promissory Note - MPN)
- Exit Loan Counseling
- Veteran's Benefits
- Work Study
- Payments: Tuition and Fee Payment Policy
If you would like
to receive financial aid, you will need to apply for financial aid at least 12
weeks before the start of the semester you are planning to attend. Otherwise,
you may miss out on receiving available grant money. We highly recommend that
you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at least 12
weeks prior to the semester starting to ensure that your financial aid is
processed before classes start.
To apply for financial aid, you will need to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov. You will need to sign your FAFSA online with your pin number. If you are a dependent student, you and a parent will need to sign the FAFSA online with a pin number. Students and parents may obtain a pin number at www.pin.ed.gov. Apply for financial aid at least six months before you expect to enroll.
Several days before the start of each term, registered students will be mailed a statement of account from WITC. It will list tuition and fee charges, billing authorizations, and anticipated financial aid. In the event that a student's financial aid, billing authorization, or personal payment does not fully cover the tuition and fee charges, students must pay the balance or make satisfactory payment arrangements with WITC seven days prior to the first day of the term for summer 2013 and ten business days prior to the first day of the term for fall 2013 and spring 2014. Student class enrollments or drops may occur between billing cycles. To view your most current account information, including any financial aid that has not yet been posted to your account, log in to your MyWITC/Student Center.
IMPORTANT: If you register for a class with WITC, you have created a liability, and a promise to pay. If you do not attend classes, you will be charged a percentage of your tuition.
WITC will drop "no show" students and students for nonpayment of fees on the 8th day of the term for summer 2013 and the 5th business day prior to the start of the term for fall 2013 and spring 2014. Charges will be re-calculated using the State mandated Fee Refund Policy and the remaining fees are the student's responsibility. Click here for WITC's Tuition and Fee Payment Policy.