Published: March 26, 2012
Summer registration begins for currently enrolled students on Monday, March 26, 2012. The 2012 Summer Aid Application will also be available beginning March 26th and must be completed to be considered for summer assistance. The priority deadline to complete this application is April 20, 2012. If we receive your summer aid application after April 20, 2012, your financial aid will not be available by the tuition due date on May 4, 2012. If you submit your summer aid application after April 20, 2012, you will need to have another way to pay for your tuition and fees, as well as any bookstore charges.
Detailed information regarding the summer aid process and the summer aid application will be available on our website.
It is important to read the information before applying for summer aid. You can also pick-up the information from Financial Aid Services in Griffin Hall, Room 212 (Hampton) and at the Historic Triangle Campus (Williamsburg).
As we near the date to begin registration for the summer 2012 semester, Financial Aid Services wants to remind you of some important information to ensure a successful term.
- Register for your classes as soon as possible to ensure you get the classes you want.
- Remember that Pell Grant awards are locked at enrollment that is posted as of the 10-week census date (May 30, 2012). If you add any classes after this date, you will not receive additional Pell Grant dollars.
- We encourage you to register for ALL of your summer 2012 classes during the 10-week, 8-week, and 5-week I sessions. This will allow Financial Aid Services to process your refunds in a timely manner. Selecting classes in 6-week or 5-week II sessions will delay your refunds.
- Shortly, we will be sending out the dates that financial aid students may charge their books and supplies in the TNCC Bookstore. Please adhere to this schedule and note that even if your classes begin in the 6-week or 5-week II sessions, you can only charge your books and supplies to financial aid during these specific dates.
To avoid waiting in line at the bookstore, we strongly urge you to use the online service available. You can use your financial aid up to $650 (after tuition and fees) to purchase your books and supplies AND you may charge the shipping up to $19.99 to your financial aid.
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