By completing the FAFSA, you are applying for all federal funding available to students at Mayland Community College. Eligibility is determined by the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) number assigned to you by the Department of Education upon completion of the FAFSA.
Federal Pell Grant provides financial aid to students pursuing Pell-approved, post-secondary degree, diploma, or certificate. This grant ranges in amount, depending on the number of credit hours the student is enrolled in each semester and the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) as calculated by the Department of Education. The maximum Pell Grant award a student can receive for the 23-24 academic year is $7,395. Pell is limited to a lifetime maximum of 6 years or 12 full-time semesters (or the equivalent). Once a student has received six years of full-time eligibility, that student is no longer eligible to receive a Federal Pell Grant.
All students who submit the FAFSA are potentially eligible for a Pell Grant. Pell Grant awards are determined based on your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) which is calculated by the Department of Education upon submission of your FAFSA.
FSEOG is awarded to undergraduate students with exceptional financial needs (0 EFC).
Students apply for the FSEOG by submitting the FAFSA.
Students are selected and awarded the FSEOG based on the following:
Students are awarded $250 for fall and spring semesters and $100 for summer.
How to Apply
Students should also be aware that Mayland Community College now offers a payment plan for those students required to pay tuition out of pocket. The Tuition Payment Plan offers a convenient monthly payment option with no interest or finance charges and no credit check.