Students have the right to know:
- The types of financial assistance available at WPCC including federal, state, and local financial aid programs.
- The standards of how financial aid recipients are chosen.
- How to apply for the different financial aid programs and the deadlines for each.
- The type of financial assistance received and how the amounts of each were determined.
- How and when the financial aid will be distributed.
- How cost of attendance budget was developed at WPCC (tuition/fees, books and supplies, personal and miscellaneous expenses, etc.)
- What resources are considered when calculating your financial need (Assets, other financial aid, parental contribution, etc.).
- The policy for withdrawals and refunds for students who drop out.
- How WPCC determines whether you are making satisfactory academic progress and the consequences if you are not.
- Maintaining communication with the College and keeping on file with the Record’s Office at all times a current address, including zip code and telephone number.
- Notifying the Financial Aid office of any financial assistance from sources outside the College to prevent the over-award of federal funds.
- Completing financial aid applications entirely and accurately and submitting them to WPCC by the established deadlines.
- Supplying all additional documentation, verification, corrections, and/or new information requested by the Financial Aid office.
- Accepting responsibility for all signed agreements; therefore, read, understand, and keep copies of all financial aid correspondence they are asked to sign.
- Notifying the Financial Aid office of all changes: new addresses, new names, change of marital status, change of major, or other changes.
- Notifying the Financial Aid office if withdrawing from classes, adding classes, or withdrawing from the College.
- Being aware of WPCC’s withdrawal and refund policy.