Creating a Culture of C.A.R.E.

 

C.A.R.E.- Redesigning the Student Experience at TCC through CONNECTIONS. ACADEMICS, RESOURCES & ENGAGEMENT.

TCC is providing emergency financial aid to those impacted by COVID-19. Please take a look at the forms below to learn more.

2020-21 Emergency Financial Aid Grant Application Click here to Apply

The CARES Act

 

TCC Students

Tallahassee Community College is pleased to inform you that as a student of TCC, you may be eligible for a payment from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund that is part of the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Stimulus Act. These funds are available to students for the sole and exclusive purpose of providing emergency financial aid grants to students for their expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to coronavirus, such as food, housing, course materials, technology, health care, and child-care expenses. Student eligibility is determined according to strict guidance from the United States Department of Education. Available funds vary from $200 to $700 per student based on part-time or full-time status and financial need. In order to determine if you are eligible, you must:

  • Have a completed FAFSA on file with the College,
  • Complete a FAFSA online at any time, or
  • Complete a TCC eligibility application.

If you already have a completed FAFSA on file, and you are eligible for Title IV funds, you may receive a disbursement as soon as Tuesday, May 5. To complete a FAFSA, click here. For more information, students are encouraged to review the FAQ page or to contact the Office of Financial Aid. Students can reach them by calling (850)201-8399 or by emailing finaid@tcc.fl.edu. Eligible students can access their funds through BankMobile. Below are the steps students need to take to activate BankMobile. LOG IN TO

  1. Log in to TCC.fl.edu/bankmobile
  2. Enter your TCC email and password
  3. Select how you want your money delivered

Your options for receiving your refunds are:

DEPOSIT TO AN EXISTING ACCOUNT: Money is transferred to an existing account the same business day BankMobile receives funds from your school. Typically, it takes 1 – 2 business days for the receiving bank to credit the money to your account.

DEPOSIT TO A BANKMOBILE VIBE CHECKING ACCOUNT: If you open a BankMobile Vibe checking account (upon identity verification), money is deposited the same business day BankMobile receives funds from your school.

 
Workforce Development: The CARES Act Tuition Scholarship Application Click Here to Apply

The CARES Act Funding Report

30-Day Fund Report

30-Day Fund Report

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund

  1. Tallahassee Community College has been awarded $7,763,584 under the CARES Act. It is our goal to reach as many students as possible and comply with all U.S. Department of Education guidelines. Fifty-percent ($3,881,792) of those funds are to be distributed to students. The other fifty-percent will be used for institutional needs and to provide assistance for additional students in the coming months.
  2. Tallahassee Community College has received $1,685,000 of the $3,881,792 for Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Student.
  3. The College has distributed $1,685,000 to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act as of May 12, 2020.
  4. For the Spring 2020 Semester there were 4,239 students eligible to participate in programs under Section 484 in Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965.
  5. The College has disbursed funds to 2,936 students. Phase One will be completed by July 31, 2020.
  6. Phase One will distribute 55% of the currently available student allocation. The amount a student receives is dependent on their financial need and full-time or part-time status. The financial aid office has identified students who have already completed the FAFSA and meet the required eligibility criteria. The College’s focus is on the neediest students in the EFC range of 0 to 7999. This population represents at-risk students who are most likely in need of funding for internet access, technology resources, are most at risk for food deprivation, and have the greatest potential for homelessness. Phase Two will include the distribution of the remaining 45% of the currently available student funds. TCC has reserved these funds for summer and fall distribution in order to reach more students. These funds will be distributed based on economic need and other eligibility criteria. Students must have a completed FAFSA or must have completed a TCC application to be eligible.
  7. Students received a direct email and more information is posted at https://www.tcc.fl.edu/admissions/caresact/

75-Day Fund Report

75-Day Fund Report

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund

  1. Tallahassee Community College has been awarded $7,763,584 under the CARES Act. It is our goal to reach as many students as possible and comply with all U.S. Department of Education guidelines. Fifty-percent ($3,881,792) of those funds are to be distributed to students. The other fifty percent will be used for institutional needs and to provide assistance for additional students in the coming months.
  2. Tallahassee Community College has received $2,044,700 of the $3,881,792 for Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Student.
  3. The College has distributed $2,044,700 to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act as of June 26, 2020.
  4. For the Spring 2020 Semester, there were 4,239 students eligible to participate in programs under Section 484 in Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965.
  5. The College has disbursed funds to 3,699 students. Phase One will be completed by July 31, 2020.
  6. Phase One will distribute 55% of the currently available student allocation. The amount a student receives is dependent on their financial need and full-time or part-time status. The financial aid office has identified students who have already completed the FAFSA and meet the required eligibility criteria. The College’s focus is on the neediest students in the EFC range of 0 to 7999. This population represents at-risk students who are most likely in need of funding for internet access, technology resources, are most at risk for food deprivation, and have the greatest potential for homelessness.

    Phase Two includes the distribution of the remaining 45% of the currently available student funds. TCC has reserved these funds for summer and fall distribution in order to reach more students. These funds will be distributed based on economic need and other eligibility criteria. Students must have a completed FAFSA or must have completed a TCC application to be eligible.
  7. Students received a direct email and more information is posted at https://www.tcc.fl.edu/admissions/caresact/

Quarterly Fund Report (10-10-21)

Quarterly Fund Report (07-09-21)

Quarterly Fund Report (04-10-21)

Quarterly Fund Report (01-10-21)

Quarterly Fund Report (10-30-20)

Quarterly Fund Report (10-10-20)

1st Quarter Report

120-Day Fund Report

 

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