Frequently Asked Questions
Financial Aid Calendar
Office Staff
Hours of Operation
Address
Phone / Fax / Email / Federal Code


General Information-Click Here-
-Applying for Financial A
id On-Line
using the Free-Application for Federal Student Aid- -(FAFSA)-

More FAFSA Advice
FAFSA Web Tips
The Financial Aid Flyer

How to Apply
Priority Deadline
Financial Aid Filing Instructions
Other Forms

Budgets (by College)
Tuition Costs

Categories of Aid
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-Glossary of Financial Aid Terms/
College Key-

Grants
Scholarships
Donor Scholarships
Contractual Scholarships
Outside Scholarships
Employment
Minority Programs
Loans

First Time Borrower Entrance Counseling
Entrance Counseling
The SC Student Loan Corporation

Primary Care Training/ Practice Certification
Primary Care Certification Form(.pdf)

Other Resources

IRS-Tax Information for Students
SC Residency Law
Tax Credit Reporting Requirements
The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997
-New Tax Breaks for Students-Lifetime Learning Tax Credit-
-U.S. Dept. of Ed's "Financial Aid for Students Home Page"-
Student Accounting Office
Office of Enrollment Management

WebAdvisor
HSF Form (College use ONLY)
Links

Categories of Aid
There are 2 categories of financial aid-Gift Aid and Self Help Aid
Gift Aid is funding which requires nothing in exchange for the dollars received, e.g., grants or scholarships. Self Help Aid, on the other hand, requires some type of reimbursement, usually in the form of work, loan payments, or service.

Specific programs are discussed in detail on the following pages. Program regulations often restrict eligibility based upon the student's academic classification or course of study. Refer to the College Key when reviewing aid programs to determine their appropriateness to your course of study.