How Much Financial Assistance is Offered?
$11,192 is the average Davidson County Community College's freshman financial aid deal. About 67.0% of incoming students get some form of financial assistance, the majority of which is loans.
Loans technically come under the umbrella of 'financial aid', but the only true college discount is a grant or scholarship that you do not need to pay back.
We feel that loan debt ought to be regarded as an "outcome" rather than "aid". Find more on student loan debt at Davidson County Community College.
How Much Is Available in Scholarships & Grants?
The numbers plus the chart following pertain to mainly federal grants, and some local and state grants. 55.0% of freshmen at Davidson County Community College (171 total) received a federal grant, averaging $5,504. In addition to grants, 12.0% of freshmen (38 total) received scholarships by the college, averaging $679 per student.
The chart below shows the average amount of scholarship and grant aid given to all first year students.
Scholarships are awarded based on merit, while grants are awarded based on financial need.
Amount of Financial Aid By Income Level
Discover how much scholarship and grant assistance you may expect to get determined by your family income. The chart following displays freshmen getting Title IV aid such as PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||1.0%||$0|
Financial aid by the federal government through grants, loans, or work-study is referred to as Title IV aid. Get more info on Title IV here..
$5,439 is the Common Amount an Undergraduate Receives in Scholarships or Grants
Of the 3,654 undergraduates at Davidson County Community College about 49.0% (1,801 total) receive some kind of grant aid. The average amount awarded was $5,439. The majority in the form of Pell Grants.
Davidson County Community College Financial Aid Information
|Financial Aid Department Website||www.davidsonccc.edu/financial-aid/|
|Net Price Calculator||www.davidsonccc.edu/admissions/financial-aid/net-price-calculator/|
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