Rather than paying the full sticker price for a college education, most students receive a financial aid package that eases the burden with scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study options, while the amount and type of aid may vary among students.
Curious about the financial aid opportunities at Baltimore City Community College and what you may be eligible for? Explore the answers here.
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Financial aid contains loans, grants, and scholarships. But college loans need to be repaid, thus they are not a real college discount.
We feel that loan debt ought to be regarded as a consequence instead of true financial aid. Learn more on student loan debt at Baltimore City Community College.
As well as scholarships, 74% of freshmen (444 total) obtained a federal grant, for about $4,393.00 a piece.
These grants and scholarships are made up of mainly federal grants, plus some state and local awards.
74% of first years at Baltimore City Community College (444 total) obtained a federal grant, averaging $4,393.00.
The table shows scholarship and grant allocations by income for first-year students receiving any type of federal Title IV assistance, including Federal PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||0.00%||$0.00|
The table above shows undergrads who are getting Title IV aid, which is federal assistance from the government in the form of grants, loans, and work-study. Learn more here.
74% of the 603 undergraduates at Baltimore City Community College receive some sort of grant aid. This is a total of about 448 students getting an average of $4,682.00 per person.Most of them are distributed as Pell Grants.
More about our data sources and methodologies.