Over ninety-five percent of the students attending Truett-McConnell College receive institutional aid in the form of scholarships or grants from the college to assist with the cost of attendance. Truett-McConnell College offers many forms of Financial Aid to make college affordable. The Financial Aid Office will help you through the process of applying for and receiving aid through grants, scholarships and loans.
We realize that financing a college education is a daunting task. Not only do we strive to keep the cost of acquiring a quality education low, but we have simplified the process by offering you numerous resources to assist you such as scholarships, grants, federal work study, and loans. We trust that the information on this page will be invaluable.
New Online Student Financial Aid Portal for 2015-2016
The Office of Financial Aid at Truett-McConnell College is excited to announce the launch of our new online Student Financial Aid Portal, "Net Partner." The "Net Partner" portal should simplify the financial aid process for the 2015-2016 school year. To further simplify the process, we have eliminated several of the paper forms that were previously required and have placed our TMC Online Financial Aid Application on the portal, where it can be completed and submitted online.
Click on the Net Partner Icon in yellow to navigate to the Student Financial Aid Portal
CLICK HERE FOR STEPS TO APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID- Throughout the TMC financial aid process, you will complete several online documents. To insure you receive priority financial aid packaging, please click this link to help you complete the steps when applying for financial aid.
This site will help with any of the following:
Loan Entrance Counseling, Student Loan Master Promissory Note, Parent Plus Loan Application, Parent Plus Load Master Promissory Note
(Parents must complete the PLUS Request Process as well as the Master Promissory Note.)
For more detailed Financial Aid information, please use the links on the right.
**One last word of advice - DO NOT pay for financial aid searches or assistance in the processing of applications.