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Private Scholarships
or Grants
Students must inform
the College if they have
been awarded a grant
or scholarship from a
source other than the
government or the College.
Such awards typically
come from parents’
employers, churches, civic
organizations, high schools
and other sources. Awards
such as these, by law, must
be considered as being
part of the total financial
aid award. Sometimes
this means that we will
be required to make an
adjustment to the student’s
financial aid package.
If an adjustment to
a financial aid award is
required due to the receipt
of a miscellaneous grant or
scholarship, it is College
policy to reduce the
student’s loan eligibility
(or workstudy eligibility,
if the student chooses).
Students must be aware
that adjustments such as
these are mandated by
federal regulations.
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