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Start your tax prep early and avoid having to wait for a copy in the mail! When it becomes available, if you wish to get the electronic copy of the 2017 Form 1098-T TUITION STATEMENT instead of receiving the form by mail, please go to http://mycollege.cpcc.edu, sign on with your student ID, choose the “Student […]

Start your tax prep early and avoid having to wait for a copy in the mail!  When it becomes available, if you wish to get the electronic copy of the 2014 Form 1098-T TUITION STATEMENT instead of receiving the form by mail, please go to http://mycollege.cpcc.edu, sign on with your student ID, choose the“Student Menu,” click on “Financial Information” and select the “1098 Electronic Consent” […]

Dr. Debra Sherrill is back to teach us about financial resources. All attendees will receive a free CD of “Money Smart” software which is an interactive game that teaches the basics of banks, saving, credit, loans, buying a home and how to recover from a financial setback. We’ll also discuss some examples of apps and […]

TRiO-Student Support Services and Corporate and Continuing Education/Financial Services Institute are sponsoring two financial literacy workshops this spring. The two workshops are:  Paying for College & Cars —  Monday, Feb. 25 Using Credit Cards Wisely — Monday, April 22 Location/Time for Both Events: CPCC Central Campus, Central High, Room 118 2 – 3:30 p.m.    The sessions […]

Financial aid applications must be completed by selecting the “import” option using the IRS Data Retrieval tool on the FAFSA; otherwise an official IRS Transcript (directly from the IRS) is required. Learn more by clicking on the following links to resources on the CPCC website: Visit Your MyCollege Account to find out if additional financial […]

Financial Aid recipients who withdraw or stop attending class before the 60 percent point of each term may have to repay awarded aid!  The U.S. Department of Education mandates that students EARN their federal aid by remaining enrolled and attending class through the 60 percent point of each term.  The U.S. Department of Education “prorates” financial aid eligibility based on enrollment […]