Tuition and Fees

Financial Aid Forms 2014-2015 Forms 2015-2016 Forms Loan Exit Counseling

Notice: Failure to complete exit counseling will result in a hold on your academic records. All student borrowers must complete LOAN EXIT COUNSELING when they leave GCCC or drop to less than 6 credit hours.

Apply for Federal Financial Aid (FASFA)

GCCC School Code: 001919

1. Get a PIN
To sign your FAFSA electronically, you (and your parent, if you are a dependent student) need a U.S. Department of Education PIN. If you don't have one, apply now. Your FAFSA will be processed faster if you sign using a PIN than if you mail in a signature page.

2. Apply - Sign - Submit Application
(you will need the GCCC School Code: 001919)

Federal Student Aid

Borrowing a Parent Loan

For complete eligibility information, please call the Financial Aid Office at 620-276-9519.

Parent must complete a Parent Loan Acceptance Form each time they borrow.

All first-time borrowers must complete a Federal Direct PLUS Master Promissory Note and application. MPN’s can be used for up to 10 years. You will need your FAFSA PIN to sign-in to this website:

General Information

A variety of programs are available to help students finance their education at Garden City Community College.

More than $350,000 is available annually in academic scholarships and loans through the Garden City Community College's Endowment Association.

Businesses and organizations in the Garden City area also contribute time and money for many of the athletic grants.

Garden City Community College participates in student financial aid programs funded by the federal government. The programs include the Federal Pell Grant Program, the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Program, the Federal Work-Study Program, and the Direct Loan Program.

Information about financial aid at Garden City Community College is included by clicking the links above. The administration, faculty and staff at Garden City Community College believe in quality education. They also realize that financial assistance is necessary to make that education possible for many students.