Midwestern Career College (MCC) is offering economic assistance consisting of financial aid and scholarship to support students who are single parents, allowing then to pursue studies without the high burden of educational costs and loans.
Both Hybrid and Online formats are eligible for the assistance:
- AAS in Business Administration
- AAS in Accounting
- AAS in Marketing
- AAS in Information Technology
Who is eligible to apply?
- U.S citizen or legal Permanent Resident
- Demonstrate the Family Status through proper documentation (e.g., insurance card, birth certificate etc.)
- Demonstrate financial need through submitted FAFSA application with Pell Grant eligibility through Estimated Family Contribution of $0 for the duration of the entire program
- Be enrolled as a Full-time Student, with GPA of 2.50 or higher in each term at MCC
- Submit an essay
- Satisfy MCC’s standard admissions requirements and process per Catalog and enrollment in good standing
Scholarship application and instructions:
Please contact Admissions at 312-236-9000 x 1 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
We look forward to serving you!
The assistance will cover full cost of tuition up to $5,000 per term, additional fees for certifications and books are excluded. The assistance will include Pell Grant with the remaining portion covered by the institutional funds. Failure to maintain specified GPA may invalidate the assistance , unless dictated otherwise by regulatory guidance. If for whatever reason the student must suspend his enrollment at MCC, she has a year to return and complete her studies without losing the assistance, assuming all other factors are satisfactorily met. Request for the Full Tuition Relief for Single Parents assistance should be submitted by completing an application and sending it to the Financial Aid Department prior to enrollment and before any set deadline.
MCC has the right to revise the terms of this agreement based on business needs and available resources, with or without notice, and the institution is not responsible for factors influencing this assistance stemming from external factors including federal funding.