The Financial Aid Office is here to help you find the financial assistance you need to attend college. We have information on grants, scholarships, work study programs and, if needed, loans. We’ll help make sure you never miss a deadline and can help you resolve any financial problems you may encounter.
For a full-time, in-state student, Pellissippi State’s tuition is about $2,000. For more information about tuition and fees, visit the Cashier’s Office. Remember that you can check your financial aid awards plus any requirements or deadlines on myPellissippi.
Pellissippi State’s School Code is 012693
Important Notice: If you wish to withdraw or stop attending a class, be aware of the financial aid consequences.
Student with disabilities can request interpreters or other services during the financial aid process through Disability Services.
How do I apply for financial aid?
First, make sure you’ve applied to attend Pellissippi State. Once you’ve been accepted, we’ll have your financial aid information on file.
Next, fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (the FAFSA) at fafsa.gov. The FAFSA helps determine if you qualify for federal and state financial aid, scholarships and grants.
Last, fill out the Scholarship Application for Pellissippi State’s scholarships. These scholarships are awarded separately from the FAFSA. Once you’ve completed this application, we can help match you with dozens of private scholarships.
Remember, some students may have different financial aid requirements or deadlines. Always refer back to your pathway on the Admissions website to verify that you’re following the right requirements.
Once you’ve completed your applications for financial aid, we’ll contact you through myPellissippi about your financial aid awards, any requirements you must meet and upcoming deadlines. Don’t forget to check frequently for updates!