Most students won’t pay the advertised price of a school. Instead, they will be provided with a financial aid plan that includes a mix of scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study. But some kinds of aid are more desirable than others, and some students will get more than others.
Discover the financial aid possibilities at CCAC and learn what assistance you might qualify for by continuing to read.
$5,174.00 is the typical Community College of Allegheny County’s first year financial aid package. Approximately 74% of incoming freshmen obtain financial assistance, with the majority being offered as grants and scholarships.
Financial aid helps decrease the expense, or the “sticker” price of the school. But keep in mind that the only real discounts off the cost of college are in the form of grants and scholarships.
Concerned about the student loans that might be part of your financing deal? Look at the average amount of debt per student at Community College of Allegheny County.
In addition to scholarships, 47% of first years (878 total) were awarded federal grant aid, averaging $4,875.00 each.
Institutional scholarships and grants for freshmen at CCAC are not available to us. This may happen when a school does not serve typical freshmen students but focuses on adult learners instead. If you continue reading, we may report some facts below about all undergrads.
The table below shows grant and scholarship distributions by income for first-year students getting any sort of federally-funded Title IV aid, including Federal PLUS loans.
|Percent of Freshman
|Income 110k +
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.
921 CCAC undergrads obtain grant aid (this is about 74% of the entire undergraduate student population). The average amount these students receive is $5,174.00.The largest share of which are in the guise of Pell Grants.
More about our data sources and methodologies.