Financial Aid

Summer 2018 Important Deadlines

Tuition Payment: Students who have not been awarded may request an extension of their tuition payment due date if the Financial Aid Office has received a valid, eligible FAFSA and all required supporting documentation/information by 04/02/2018 for the Summer 2018 semester. Extensions on tuition payment are not needed if the student has been awarded sufficient aid for the term. To check if aid has been awarded, please refer to Student Services Center at  Click View Financial Aid link followed by Aid Year to view awards per term. Per EMCC policy, students who do not have a complete Financial Aid file (i.e., valid FAFSA, eligible program of study, HS Diploma/GED, and all other required documentation) by the date above may be required to pay their tuition/fees or sign up for the Student Tuition Payment Plan before their payment due date.

Disbursements: Excess aid (the amount remaining after all tuition, fees, book advance, and any other related charges are covered) will be disbursed through the MSRP process. Students should not expect their funds any earlier than the third week after their earliest class start, dependent upon the MSRP delivery method selected. Students with late starting classes or overlapping classes from a prior term may have some (or all) of their grant and/or loan disbursements delayed further. Please plan accordingly. MSRP Information: My Money Network Customer Services: 800-822-4283

Pell Recalculation Date: Students who are awarded aid by the Pell recalculation date, 06/01/2018 for the Summer 2018 semester, cannot have their Pell grant increased for classes added after the Pell recalculation date for that term. This applies to adding classes at EMCC or turning in consortium agreements for classes taken at other colleges. In order to be eligible for Pell grant for the classes the student must be registered by the Pell recalculation date (this applies to late start classes as well) and if applicable the Financial Aid Office must have a completed consortium agreement by the Pell recalculation date. Students who apply for aid after the Pell recalculation date will have their Pell Grant award based on the number of credit hours enrolled on the day their award is calculated.

Book Advances: The Book Advance program provides advances of Financial Aid Awards to eligible Financial Aid recipients. Eligible students are able to purchase books and supplies with their advances at any bookstore or online. Note: Book Advance amounts are based on currently awarded aid which may change after Pell recalculation date. See for more information.

Loans: Students who are expecting a student loan must complete the Direct Loan Master Promissory Note (MPN) and the Loan Entrance Counseling (LEC) before the loan can be disbursed. See for MPN instructions. The first disbursement may be delayed if student is enrolled in late starting classes or is a first time student at EMCC. Also note that the date indicated on the MPN is not the actual disbursement date to the student. All Loans are required to have two disbursements, this includes one semester loans.

Consortium Agreements: The STUDENT is responsible to pay the tuition with their own funds at the host (participating) school. The home (parent) school cannot put a hold on classes nor contact the host (participating) school to inform them of anticipated aid. Financial aid is awarded at the college where the student is attending more than 50 percent of their total credits for that term. Additionally, students requesting loans must be enrolled in at least six credit hours per term at the school awarding the aid. The course work at the host institution may not overlap the end date of the prior term or start date of the subsequent term at the home school.

Note that classes that do not span the entire length of the semester could affect your financial aid eligibility (i.e., amounts, disbursement dates, eligibility, etc.)