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  • be sure to read our Step by Step Enrollment Procedures Main Campus Placement Testing Schedule 2015 2016 The following schedule is for testing at our main campus in Monaca Students who plan to take classes at our Southpointe location in Washington County should call 724 480 3581 to schedule an appointment for placement testing Placement Testing for all students Testing Dates Tuesday April 14 through Wednesday August 19 2015 and Tuesday November 10 2015 through Wednesday December 23 2015 Note Tuesday afternoon and evening by appointment call 724 480 3425 PLEASE NOTE There is no placement testing on Mondays No Placement Testing Friday July 3 2015 Thursday Friday November 26 27 2015 Thursday December 24 2015 through Friday January 1 2016 Additional Testing Dates and Times August 2015 Monday August 17 2015 8 45 AM and 12 45 PM December 2015 Monday December 21 2015 8 45 AM and 12 45 PM January 2016 Monday January 4 Wednesday January 6 Thursday January 7 2016 8 45 AM and 12 45 PM Tuesday January 5 2016 Afternoon and evening by appointment call 724 480 3425 Weekly Placement Testing Schedule Phone 724 480 3425 WEDNESDAY 8 45 AM and 12 45PM THURSDAY 8 45 AM and 12 45PM FRIDAYS 8 45 AM Only Please visit the Learning Resource Center LRC at the Placement Testing area at least 15 minutes prior to the time you wish to take the test ID numbers are required to take the exam so please bring your acceptance letter with you to the testing area Upon completion of the placement test go to the Counseling Office in the Student Services Center to receive your test scores and complete course scheduling To protect student confidentiality placement test scores will not be released over the phone The placement testing counseling

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/printPage.aspx?friendly_name=AdmissionsProcess&printType=summary (2015-07-15)
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  • Community College of Beaver County -
    Directory Admissions Financial Aid Admissions Process Apply Online Tuition Fees Financial Aid Visit CCBC College Catalog Course Schedules Graduation Academics Programs Offered Summer Offerings 2015 New Programs Transfer Services Earn Your GED Academic Calendar Alphabetical Programs College Resources Student Services Career Services Library KEYS Program ACT 101 Facilities Rentals Information Technology Behavioral Evaluation Team BET Community Workforce Beaver County Courses Washington County Courses What We Offer Summer Camps 2015 Continuing Education Athletics Men s Basketball Women s Softball Women s Volleyball Titan Cheerleaders Alumni Transcript Requests New Grad Insurance Information Home Admissions Financial Aid Tuition Fees Non Credit Costs CCBC EVENTS Rock and Enroll 7 15 2015 Titan Cafe New Student Orientation 8 21 2015 8 21 2015 Welcome Back Free Snacks 8 24 2015 8 24 2015 Courtyard View All Events MORE HEADLINES CCBC AT SOUTHPOINTE OFFERS NEW AFFORDABLE DEGREE PROGRAMS CCBC APPOINTS FIRST DEAN FOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ARTS SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY View All News Tuition and Fees for Non Credit Classes Non Credit Students The cost for each non credit course is listed in the Continuing Education Course Schedule The cost includes tuition and fees but may not include textbooks field trips special equipment or tools that

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/noncreditCost (2015-07-15)
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  • Community College of Beaver County -
    College Catalog Course Schedules Graduation Academics Programs Offered Summer Offerings 2015 New Programs Transfer Services Earn Your GED Academic Calendar Alphabetical Programs College Resources Student Services Career Services Library KEYS Program ACT 101 Facilities Rentals Information Technology Behavioral Evaluation Team BET Community Workforce Beaver County Courses Washington County Courses What We Offer Summer Camps 2015 Continuing Education Athletics Men s Basketball Women s Softball Women s Volleyball Titan Cheerleaders Alumni Transcript Requests New Grad Insurance Information Home Admissions Financial Aid Tuition Fees Tuition Refund Policy CCBC EVENTS Rock and Enroll 7 15 2015 Titan Cafe New Student Orientation 8 21 2015 8 21 2015 Welcome Back Free Snacks 8 24 2015 8 24 2015 Courtyard View All Events MORE HEADLINES CCBC AT SOUTHPOINTE OFFERS NEW AFFORDABLE DEGREE PROGRAMS CCBC APPOINTS FIRST DEAN FOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ARTS SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY View All News Tuition Refund Policy of CCBC Students withdrawing are eligible for tuition refunds as follows 100 refund prior to completion of 20 of the total number of weeks designated for the semester session No refund after completion of 20 of the weeks designated for the semester session 100 refund if class is canceled by the College Please refer

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  • Net Price Calculator
    provided using this calculator does not represent a final determination or actual award of financial assistance or a final net price it is an estimate based on cost of attendance and financial aid provided to students in a previous year Cost of attendance and financial aid availability change year to year The estimates shall not be binding on the Secretary of Education the institution of higher education or the State Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA in order to be eligible for and receive an actual financial aid award that includes Federal grant loan or work study assistance For more information on applying for Federal student aid go to http www fafsa ed gov Note Any information that you provide on this site is confidential The Net Price Calculator does not store your responses or ask for personal identifying information of any kind Financial aid Do you plan to apply for financial aid Yes No Age How old are you Living arrangement Where do you plan to live while attending this institution On campus in a residence hall dormitory or on campus apartment Living on my own or with a roommate Living with my parents or other family members Residency Eligible for in district tuition Eligible for in state tuition Eligible for out of state tuition Marital Status Are you the student married Answer yes if you are separated but not divorced Yes No Children Are you the student the primary source of financial support for any children Yes No Number in Family How many people are in your family s household Count yourself your parent s and your parents other dependent children Two Three Four Five Six or more Number in College Of the number in your family above how many will be in college next year Count yourself and your siblings do not count your parents One child Two children Three or more children Household Income What is your annual household income after taxes Include income earned by yourself and your parent s Include income from work child support and other sources If your parent is single separated or divorced include the income for the parent with whom you live If the parent with whom you live is remarried include both your parent s income and his her spouse s income Less than 30 000 Between 30 000 39 999 Between 40 000 49 999 Between 50 000 59 999 Between 60 000 69 999 Between 70 000 79 999 Between 80 000 89 999 Between 90 000 99 999 Above 99 999 Number in Family How many people are in your family s household Count yourself and your spouse if applicable Count yourself your spouse if applicable and any dependent children One Two Three Four Five Six or more Number in College Of the number in your family above how many will be in college next year One Two or more Two Household Income What is your annual household income after taxes

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/netpricecalculator/npcalc.htm (2015-07-15)
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  • Community College of Beaver County -
    borrow a PLUS loan 2 These limits also apply to dependent students whose parents are unable to borrow a PLUS loan 3 The numbers in parentheses represent the maximum amount that may be subsidized The actual loan amount you are eligible to receive for an academic year is determined by your school and may be less than the maximum annual amounts shown in the chart above NOTE Student who wish to reduce the amount of unsubsidized loans should check with Finanical Aid to see if they are eligible for Federal Work Study funding For more information see the Work Study section of this page Below are the aggregate total limits for Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans 31 000 for dependent undergraduate students excluding those whose parents are unable to borrow a PLUS Loan no more than 23 000 may be subsidized 57 500 for independent undergraduate students and dependent undergraduates whose parents are unable to borrow a PLUS loan no more than 23 000 may be subsidized 138 500 for graduate or professional students no more than 65 500 may be subsidized includes loans for undergraduate study These aggregate limits include both Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans and any subsidized and unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans received through the Federal Family Education Loan FFEL Program Applying for Direct Loans Here are the steps for students to complete the MPN at www studentloans gov Please note that your FAFSA must already be completed 1 Sign in using your FSA User ID that you used for the FAFSA Application 2 Complete Entrance Counseling if you are a first time student loan borrower 3 Complete the Master Promissory Note It takes approximately 30 minutes and must be completed in one session 4 Select Subsidized Unsubsidized Loans 5 Hit submit Here are the steps for parents to complete the application and MPN for Direct Plus Loans at www studentloans gov 1 Sign in using the same FSA User ID for parents that you used for the FAFSA Application 2 Complete the Promissory Note this is the parents promise to repay the loan 3 Complete the plus loan application this is the actual application Repayment of Student Loans The most important step in student loans is repayment Once you leave CCBC or drop to below 6 credits you will receive information regarding the repayment of your student loans These websites will provide you with some additional information and resources with regards to repaying your loans www studentloans gov this website provides usefull information regarding financial awareness exit counseling repayment tools and calculators www nslds ed gov this website provides student with access to view the grants and loans they have recieved as well as information regarding the servicer of your student loans www studentclearinghouse com this website provides students with the ability to verify enrollment if the attend another institution www youcandealwithit com this website provides additional information regarding different repayment options Grant Programs Grant programs provide financial aid that does not need to be repaid

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/typesofaid (2015-07-15)
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  • Community College of Beaver County -
    be directed to the government agency authorizing these programs Association for Women in Science Awards AWIS Each year about 25 scholarships in the amount of 1 000 are presented to women majoring in one of the STEM fields science technology engineering or mathematics On occasional Citations of Merit are also presented in the amount of 500 each Students attending community colleges may apply in preparation for their sophomore year as long as they have solid plans for transfer to a 4 year program to obtain their bachelor s degree Applicant must have an outstanding academic record and be applying for this scholarship for the first time They must also be U S citizens and be planning a science based career in research or teaching at the college or university level Application should be accompanied by two transcripts and 2 3 letters of recommendation For further details go to the website at www awis org Barry M Goldwater Scholarship Each year up to 300 of these scholarships are awarded to deserving sophomore students who are majoring in math the natural sciences or engineering Amounts vary but the award is designed to cover expenses including tuition fees books and room and board if applicable up to 7 500 You must be nominated by your college and full information and nomination forms can be found on the foundation s website http goldwater scholarsapply org index php Coca Cola Joseph B Whitehead Foundation If you have chosen to go to a two year college or technical school this may be your opportunity It is a two year scholarship in the amount of 1 000 To be eligible you must have a minimum GPA of 2 5 and at 100 hours of community service within the last year To apply contact the financial aid office at your chosen school for more information You can also find information about other scholarships funded by this foundation at www coca colascholarsfoundation org Horatio Alger Scholarship If you are ready to begin your college career and you have already faced and overcome great hardship in your life you need to take a look at this opportunity You must be able to demonstrate financial need have an excellent scholastic track record be serious minded in your approach to your future and have past community service experience Funds awarded are to be used for full time study in a 2 year at a community college or a 4 year program at a university There is no specified field of study If you would like an application and more information visit this website www horatioalger org scholarships Jeannette Rankin Foundation Scholarship If you are a woman who is 35 years of age or older and you ve decided to break out of your low income job by pursuing an associate degree your first bachelor s degree or if you plan to attend a vocational or technical school this scholarship just might be your ticket to the future Rankin Scholars must use funds

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/scholarships (2015-07-15)
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  • Community College of Beaver County -
    do you need to complete these forms If you are randomly selected by the Department of Education for a process called verification you will be required to complete additional forms and provide additional documentation Thirty percent of all FAFSA applicants are randomly selected to verify that the data reported on the FAFSA is accurate Our office verifies the information according to the Department of Education s regulations and makes any necessary corrections to your FAFSA If you are selected for verification our office will send you a letter requesting you complete and return the verification forms to our office When do I have to submit my forms The processing of all financial aid takes 4 6 weeks Once our office receives your completed forms we begin processing your financial aid In order for financial aid to be processed and ready for the first disbursement complete documentation must be received by July 15th for the fall semester and November 15th for the spring semester Processing will continue on a first come first serve basis thereafter but you must be prepared to pay upfront for tuition and fees as well books and supplies What happens after I submit my forms Once your file is completed through the verification process the Financial Aid Office will notify you by mail of your award An updated SAR Student Aid Report will be e mailed to you within 3 5 business days after any changes have been made to your FAFSA as a result of verification 2014 2015 Verification All students are required to complete the Student Information Form Do not complete these additional forms unless requested to do so by the Financial Aid Office V1 Standard Verification Form V3 Child Support Verification Form V4 Custom Verification Form V5 Aggregate Verification Form V6 Household Resources Verification

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/verification (2015-07-15)
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  • Community College of Beaver County -
    Facilities Rentals Information Technology Behavioral Evaluation Team BET Community Workforce Beaver County Courses Washington County Courses What We Offer Summer Camps 2015 Continuing Education Athletics Men s Basketball Women s Softball Women s Volleyball Titan Cheerleaders Alumni Transcript Requests New Grad Insurance Information Home Admissions Financial Aid Financial Aid Cost of Attendance Cost of Attendance Cost of Attendance Chart CCBC EVENTS Rock and Enroll 7 15 2015 Titan Cafe New Student Orientation 8 21 2015 8 21 2015 Welcome Back Free Snacks 8 24 2015 8 24 2015 Courtyard View All Events MORE HEADLINES CCBC AT SOUTHPOINTE OFFERS NEW AFFORDABLE DEGREE PROGRAMS CCBC APPOINTS FIRST DEAN FOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ARTS SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY View All News Attendance Information Students are permitted to receive financial aid up to their cost of attendance less their EFC Expected Family Contribution We use the following information in determining our cost of attendance for a full time student Cost of Attendance MINUS EFC Expected Family Contribution Pell Grant If eligible PHEAA state grant if eligible SEOG Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant if eligible outside aid if eligible can include OVR Job Training TAA or any other govt agency scholarships if eligible tuition assistance if eligible

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