Financial Aid & Payments

The Cape Girardeau CTC accepts and
assists students with the following types of 
financial aid:

  •  Pell Grant
  •  Direct Federal Loans
  •  Access MO Grant 
  •  Missouri A+ Scholarship 
  •  Veterans Benefits 
  •  Private Scholarships 
 Financial Aid Eligible Programs at CGTC:

In order for a student to receive financial aid,
both the student AND the program in which
they plan to enroll have to meet specific
qualification.
Qualifying CTC programs include:
  • Medical Assistant 
  • Paramedic 
  • Practical Nursing 
  • Physical Therapist Assistant 
  • Respiratory Therapy 
  • Technical Programs    

How to apply for federal & state
financial aid

1.  Complete your 2021-2022 FAFSA at
www.fafsa.ed.gov  If you do not have an
FSA ID, the FAFSA site will offer a link to 
the  FSA ID site.  You must have an FSA ID to
submit your FAFSA.

2.  Enter the Cape CTC school code (005532) to 
ensure we receive your results

3.  Use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool to import your
2019 tax information from the IRS.  You will be
given this option as you work through the FAFSA. 
If you are unable to use the IRS Data Retrieval 
Tool, you can input the information from your
2019 tax return to your FAFSA.  


How to apply for the Access MO Grant: 
Complete the FAFSA by April 1, 2021 – no
other application is required. Students
must be enrolled full time to qualify.

     


    Student’s Obligation for Payment: 

    Registration constitutes a financial contract 
    between students and the school. Students 
    are ultimately responsible for payment of 
    all fees owed to the school (tuition, books,
    fees, & other related expenses) including 
    instances where anticipated financial aid 
    becomes unavailable. If a balance is due to 
    the school, the school has the right to cancel 
    students’ registration, to withhold grades,
    transcripts, or certificates, and to refuse 
    admittance to final exams/clinicals. 

    Refund Policy: 
    For Long-term programs (those eligible 
     for financial aid), during the first 60% of a 
    payment period, tuition due will be prorated
    based upon the days completed. After 
    60% of the payment period has elapsed, 
    no tuition will be deducted. Students will 
    always be responsible for the payment for 
    textbooks and fees that have been used or 
    cannot be returned. If a student elects to
    drop 
    a course, the student must notify the CTC. 
    Students who have not visited the school
    facility prior to enrollment have the
    opportunity to withdraw without penalty
    within three days following either attendance
    at a regularly scheduled orientation or following
    a tour of the facilities and inspection of the
    equipment.

    Refunds to students will be issued
    with or without the request of the 
    student.

    For short-term programs (those not eligible 
    for financial aid), if a student elects to drop 
    a course, the student must complete the 
    designated form available at the CTC office. 
    If the request is made prior to the second 
    class meeting, a full refund minus any 
    expense to the CTC (background check fee, 
    course supplies) will be issued. After the 
    second meeting, a refund will not be issued. 

    If CTC cancels a class, the student's deposit 
    will be refunded in full.

    Student Financial Aid File
    Student may view the contents of their
    financial aid file by contacting the Assistant
    Director of the Career and Technology
    Center. Students are not allowed to make copies
    of items within their financial aid file. All items
    contained within the financial aid file are 
    property of the school.

    Contact Information 
    For additional information regarding financial 
    aid or payment information, please contact: 
    CTC Financial Aid Advisor: 

    573.334.0826, x6510 lohmanj@capetigers.com
    573.334.0826, x6515 essexl@capetigers.com

     CTC Assistant Director: 573.334.0826, x6551 
    crowleyj@capetigers.com