Financial aid refunds will be disbursed to students on February 13, 2023. If you have classes that start in March, your refund will be disbursed March 27, 2023. Make sure you have selected a preference with Bank Mobile in order to receive your refund in a timely manner.
Financial Aid Essentials
Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome to Financial Aid!
We are pleased that you wish to continue your education here at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, and will assist you in this goal within our resources and governmental guidelines.
About the Financial Aid Office
The Financial Aid office is currently sending correspondence to students via email. Please check your email account regularly. A college education is a major investment. However, it is an investment of time, dedication and money that will seem small when you calculate the “profits” such an education makes possible. The Financial Aid office exists to serve students by helping to reduce the financial barriers to educational goals.
We accomplish this through:
- Identifying and coordinating available financial resources;
- Collecting, organizing, and processing financial data;
- Educating students about our financial aid process; and
- Providing additional online resources regarding financial aid and related subjects.
Financial Aid Supported Services
Programs and Scholarships
After completing your FAFSA and submitting all requested verification documents to the financial aid office, students may be eligible for:
- Federal & State Financial Aid
- Veterans Affairs
- Federal Work-Study
- Childcare Assistance
- Foundation Scholarships
- Private Loans
- SECU Foundation Scholarship
- GEER Scholarship for Continuing Education students
Check if you could be eligible for a CARES Act Emergency Grant for expenses related to disruptions caused by the pandemic.
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy for Financial Aid Students
Students are only allowed to attempt a limited number of credit hours under federal financial aid guidelines. Credits may include college, transfer credits, remedial credits and all other credits attempted at Rowan-Cabarrus. All students receiving aid must successfully complete a minimum of 67 percent and a minimum 2.0 GPA of cumulative credit hours attempted in order to continue receiving financial aid funds.
Being able to manage your personal finances is an important life skill, no matter your education or employment goals. The resources on this webpage will give you the comfort and confidence to make responsible financial decisions.