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Can you afford to go to KCTCS? Can you afford to not? Net Price Calculator will provide you with the ability to estimate federal aid eligibility based on the information you provide.

The estimates provided with this tool should be used as a guide to help you understand likely ranges for student aid you may be eligible to receive. Student aid award estimates are subject to change based on regulations, federal/ state appropriations, any changes in your financial circumstances, and other factors.

The information provided will determine your eligibility for student aid and your award estimates. The accuracy reflected in your results will be based on the data you provide to calculate your Expected Family Contribution (EFC).

Costs and Financial Aid

A college education is one of the most important investments you will ever make – an investment in yourself and your future. You will learn that college is rewarding, yet has very demanding challenges.  You most likely have concerns about how you will pay for all of our educational expenses.

Bursar/Cashier's office:
  • Here you will find information on the cost of tuition, payment information, financial aid and scholarships offered at Jefferson.
  • Tuition is based on a per credit hour rate, including courses that are audited.
  • For reporting and financial aid calculation purposes, 12 credit hours per session are considered full-time.
  • Tuition can be paid by one of the following methods: Online, Cash, Check, Money Order, Third Party Payment, Payment plan or other sources of payment
  • For more payment information visit the Bursar/Cashier's office webpage.

Financial Aid Office:

  • A college education is one of the most important investments you will ever make - an investment in yourself and your future.
    • You will learn that college is rewarding, yet has very demanding challenges.
    • You most likely have concerns about how you will pay for all of our educational expenses.
  • Here you will find information on the cost of tuition, payment information, financial aid and scholarships offered at Jefferson.
    • Tuition is based on a per credit hour rate, including courses that are audited. 
    • For reporting and financial aid calculation purposes, 12 credit hours per session are considered full-time. 
    • Tuition can be paid by one of the following methods:  Online, Cash, Check, Money Order, Third Party Payment, Payment plan or other sources of payment
    • For payment information visit the Bursar/Cashier's office webpage.
  • The Financial Aid Office office takes their role at JCTC very seriously, as they help students fund their educational endeavors.
    • Funding a college education is a challenge for many families and taking advantage of the student financial assistance provided by federal, state, institutional, and private sources can be confusing and complex. 
    • Typically, these student financial assistance programs have rules and regulations that surround the administration of them and we hope to help you achieve success in understanding all of this, as well as, help you secure funding to assist with the expense you will soon encounter.
    • The key to receiving aid is applying and doing so in a timely manner.  
    • Because some aid programs are awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis, an early application receives priority consideration for those limited funding sources.
  • The How-To-Apply Video will help you understand the steps of applying for financial aid. 
    • By clicking on the above link, you will be leaving the JCTC web site. 
    • JCTC is not responsible for the information on their web site.
  • Work very hard to "live like a student." 
    • This often means adjusting your lifestyle. 
    • Financial aid is intended to assist you in meeting educational costs - those billed and not billed by JCTC.  
    • And often the aid offered can be heavy on loans. 
    • Financial aid was never intended to cover all of a student's costs. 
    • Additionally, students with spouses and dependents should note that aid typically does not provide enough for family expenses.

For payment assistance, please call 855-2GO-JCTC (855-246-5282.)

Kentuckiana College Access Center (KCAC) – SEE SPECIAL NOTE BELOW.

  • Please be aware that while the Kentuckiana College Access Center (KCAC), located on the 7th Floor of the Jefferson Educational Building, provides a tremendous service to our students and we consider them a valuable resource and partner, they are not the Jefferson Community and Technical College (JCTC) FINANCIAL AID OFFICE. 
  • After the initial step of FAFSA completion,  they have no capability to act on your behalf or move your financial aid paperwork forward to completion for aid disbursement.
  • Please ENSURE that you have submitted any necessary or requested financial aid paperwork to the proper location.
  • The JCTC FINANCIAL AID OFFICE is located on the 4th Floor of the Jefferson Educational Center.

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