Types of Assistance Available
TTC-Crump school code is 005357.
- To apply for any of the aforementioned programs, the student must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Application responses are returned after processing to the student usually within 4 to 6 weeks by mail or 7-10 days via the internet at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
- The federal government establishes deadlines each year for submission of the FAFSA and the deadline is outlined on the application. Additional deadlines may be established by individual programs.
- The student will receive a Student Aid Report. TTC-Crump will receive an electronic ISIR report of the same information. It is not necessary to bring any student copies to the Financial Aid Office.
- The Central Processors randomly choose students to be verified. If chosen, the student must supply signed copies of certain documents like tax returns with all schedules and W-2 forms attached or end-of-the-year Social Security Income Statements. Verification Worksheets also must be submitted.
- When all processing and verification are complete, the student will receive an award notification.
- If for any reason, the student changes the scheduled hours he/she will attend for a term that term's awards may have to be recalculated. This could affect the timeliness of funds disbursement.
Eligibility for Financial Aid
- Be enrolled in an eligible program.
- Must be a U.S. citizen/national or an eligible non-citizen.
- Be a Tennessee resident for at least one year to receive Wilder-Naifeh Technical Skills Grants and Tennessee Student Assistance Awards.
- Maintain Satisfactory Progress and Attendance.
- Be a high school or GED graduate or have ability to benefit. (Wilder-Naifeh Technical Skills Grant recipients do not have to meet this requirement).
- Meet all financial aid deadlines and complete verification if selected.
- Not be in default on any type of former student loan.
- Not be in default on any Title IV aid to another post-secondary institution or TTC-Crump.
- Male applicants, who are required to, must be registered with Selective Service.
- Complete and file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). May be completed via the internet at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Possible extenuating circumstances meriting Professional Judgment could include the following:
- Divorce or separation of student, spouse or parent
- Death of a spouse or parent
- Loss of untaxed income of student, spouse or parent
- Disability of student, spouse or a parent
- Unusual medical expenses of student, spouse, or parent
- Tuition expenses of student, spouse, or parent
- Loss of a job by either the student, spouse, or the parent
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