Your Source for Student Financial Aid

Want to go back to school, but need some financial assistance?  Let our Financial Aid Clerk help get you on your way to an exciting and fulfilling career!

Eligibility Requirements

  • Enroll in a job-specific, full-time career development program
  • Hold a High School Diploma or Equivalency (examples include Diploma, GED, TASC)
  • A U.S. Citizen or an eligible non-citizen
  • Maintain satisfactory progress both academically and with attendance
  • Not in default on a Federal Student Loan or Parent Plus Loan
  • Do not owe a refund on a PELL or Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant at this or at any previous educational institution
  • Have a signed statement of registration compliance indicating you registered with the Selective Service or that you are not required to register


How Do I Get Started?

Attend a FREE Information Session on full-time program options.  Call our office at 330-669-7070 or e-mail us to choose a session that is convenient for you.  You will learn everything you need to know to get started.


National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)

Federal law requires that all student loan records be submitted to NSLDS. The information is accessible by schools and servicers who are authorized users of the data system. Students may also access their own records by going to


Entrance and Exit Loan Counseling

Recipients of the Federal Stafford Student Loans are required by Federal regulations to complete Entrance and Exit Loan Counseling. Entrance Counseling must be completed prior to the student receiving the loan funds. Exit Counseling must be completed before graduation or at the time of withdrawal from the school. A hold will be placed on the student’s record if the Exit Counseling is not completed at that time.


Loan Repayment Estimator

This chart may be used as a guide to estimate monthly payments for a standard repayment schedule based on a 6.8% interest rate and the principal balance of the loan when it enters repayment.

Amount Borrowed

Monthly Repayment Amount

Total Number of Payments

Total Interest Paid at 6.8%






























Title IV Code of Conduct

Click here to review the WCSCC Title IV Code of Conduct.


Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act

Click here to read more about the CARES Act.


Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF I, II, III) Quarterly Reports


CARES Act: Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund

Click here to read the Quarter ending 9/30/20 report

Click here to read the Quarter ending 12/31/2020 report


Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) II Quarterly Reports

Student Portion 5/4/2021

Institutional Portion 5/4/2021

Institutional Portion 7/1/2021


Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) IIQuarterly Reports

Student Portion 9/21/2021

Instituational Portion 10/10/2021

Institutional Portion 12/31/21

Student Portion 12/31/21

Student Portion 3/31/22

Institutional Portion 3/31/22

Student and Institutional Portion 6/30/22

Student and Institutional Portion 9/30/22

Student and Institutional Portion 12/31/22

Student and Institutional Portion 6/30/23



Tuition assistance may be available for Fast Track programming through the United Way.

Contact Taryn Wolf at for more information.



Star Scholarship: Available to current High School Seniors who are considering enrollment in one of our full-time programs. You can request an application by emailing Taryn Wolf at

Graduate Discount: Graduates from any WCSCC High School program in the past 10 years are eligible for a $250 discount upon request and with appropriate documentation.



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Types of Aid Available for Full-Time Programs

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