Need Financial Aid for Summer Semester?
Summer Financial Aid awards require a 2016-2017 FAFSA. Please be advised that since the October 1, 2016 release of the 2017-2018 FAFSA, FAFSA on the Web automatically defaults to the 2017-2018 FAFSA application. NGTC will not be using the 2017-2018 FAFSA application until Fall Semester 2017. You will need to select the 2016-2017 tab to complete the FAFSA application that is required for Summer 2017 semester financial aid awards.
Already completed a FAFSA for Summer Semester?
The easiest way to verify which FAFSA application you completed it to check the confirmation email that you received from FAFSA. Once your FAFSA has been processed, the Department of Education will send you a confirmation email. The subject line of the email shows which FAFSA you completed.
If you completed the 2017-2018 FAFSA, please complete the 2016-2017 FAFSA as soon as possible. The Summer 2017 Financial Aid Application/Document Priority Deadline is April 27, 2017 .
Don’t have you confirmation email? - Using you FSA ID and password, you can log back into your FAFSA to verify which FAFSA application has been completed. If you need any assistance, please contact your Financial Aid Advisor.
Get a Little Help Paying for College
Enrolling in college is a life changing decision and finding a way to fund your education is no easy task. Because we at North Georgia Technical College believe that the talents, hopes and ambitions of our people are among the most valuable resources this nation possesses, the Financial Aid Office at NGTC is committed to helping you find a way to earn the education you deserve. North Georgia Technical College realizes that most students need financial assistance in order to attend school. From state programs such as HOPE Grant, HOPE Scholarship, The Zell Miller Scholarship, and Strategic Industries Workforce Development Grant (SIWDG), to Federal Aid Programs such as Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG), Federal Work Study Program, and Direct Student Loans, the Financial Aid Office at North Georgia Technical College offers a wide variety of aid options to help all students meet their educational goals.
Using your Financial Aid at the Bookstore
Pell Book Allowance Procedures
Pell eligible students with complete Pell files will be allowed to charge required books and supplies against their Pell award at the bookstore.. Keep in mind your Pell award after tuition and fee charges have been deducted may not be sufficient to cover the cost of books. Please check your Pell award information on BannerWeb.
The bookstore has computerized cash registers and will have the authorized book allowance on file. All students must have a North Georgia Technical College photo ID which must be presented at the book store for identification purposes. Students may not charge against their Pell award online or over the phone. Please check the bookstore schedule for hours of operation at the following: https://northgatech.edu/students/bookstore.
HOPE Eligible GED Voucher Procedures for Books Purchased at the Bookstore
Recipients of the $500 HOPE GED Voucher may use these funds at the bookstore if a balance is available after tuition and fees have been paid for the term. The HOPE GED Voucher should be presented to the Financial Aid Office no earlier than the first day of class. The bookstore has computerized cash registers and will have the authorized book allowance on file. All students must have a North Georgia Technical College photo ID which must be presented at the book store for identification purposes. Students may not charge against their HOPE GED award online or over the phone. Please check the bookstore for hours of operation at the following: https://northgatech.edu/students/bookstore.
Important Information Regarding Recalculation of Awards for Students Who Withdraw or Stop Attending
Classes Dropped During the 3 day - 100% Drop Period:
Students who drop all classes before the 100% drop period ends will be responsible for repaying all Pell funds used at the bookstore.
Pell Grant Recalculation Procedure for Students Who Withdraw or Stop Attending all Classes
Title IV funds (Pell Grant) are awarded to a student under the assumption that the student will attend school for the entire period for which the assistance is awarded. When a student withdraws, the student may no longer be eligible for the full amount of the Title IV funds that the student was originally scheduled to receive. This means that students who withdraw or stop attending classes must have their award re-calculated and may owe back funds used at the NGTC Bookstore.
Financial Aid Office
Clarkesville and Currahee Campus
Last name beginning:
- A-F- Jocelyn Dixon at: (706) 754-7726 firstname.lastname@example.org
- G-O- Beth Hurst at : (706) 754-7727 email@example.com
- P-Z- Charity Conrad at: (706) 754-7864 firstname.lastname@example.org
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Ida-Lynn Wallace at: 706-439-6339 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Scholarships are administered through a partnership between North Georgia Technical College and the North Georgia Technical College Foundation. Scholarship applications are available online, in the Foundation Office, and in the Financial Aid Office.
Grants are the most attractive forms of financial aid because money given in the form of a grant does not have to be paid back after graduation.
Loans should be used as a last resort to pay for educational expenses. Although it is not NGTC’s policy to encourage students to incur additional debt for their college education unless all other sources of aid have been exhausted, we have included a section containing additional information should you need it.
Veterans’ Benefits will be available both to veterans and spouses as well as children of disabled or deceased veterans. More information is available from area Veterans' Administration Offices.
WorkSource Georgia Mountains (WSGM) assists with educational expenses (tuition, fees, books, required supplies, gas, and childcare) for up to two years.
A good option for funding is work-study. This federal program provides you with part-time employment on campus to give you work experience while also helping you meet your financial needs. It's a great way to earn money for college while getting involved in your campus community.