Panola College Financial Aid Office
Welcome to the Panola College Financial Aid Office! You're in the right place to get all the information you need about: qualifying for, applying for, and receiving financial aid.
The Financial Aid Office at Panola College is committed to providing a high level of service and support to the students of PC. By providing this support we allow students to achieve their educational goals through the removal of any financial barriers or obstacles on their road toward attending college.
Refund date for the Spring semester is February 26, 2021
Applying for Financial Aid
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- Complete the additional paperwork required by the Department of Education -- students must log into Student CampusConnect to complete missing documents
Students will receive notification about additional information that will be required once the FAFSA has been processed. Students will be notified through their Panola College email. ALL Official Financial Aid correspondence will go to the student's Panola email. Students may not receive Federal Financial Aid at different colleges in the same semester.
Financial Aid Required Documents
Student required forms are available through the Student CampusConnect. Most forms can be completed and submitted online. Forms listed in red are not available online and students will need to contact the Financial Aid Office for more information. Paper documents are also available through our office.
Applying for a Student Loan
You MUST be enrolled in 6 credit hours to qualify for loans
- Please complete "Applying for Financial Aid" steps first
- Complete the Entrance Counseling
- Complete the Loan agreement for Subsidized/Unsubsidized Loan (MPN)
- Complete the Direct Loan Request form
» IRS Income Tax Transcript Number (800) 908-9946
» Call (903) 693-2035 for more information.
» Students must accept student loan(s) using a computer via Student CampusConnect
Return to Title IV
Policy on Return to Title IV (R2T4) - The U. S. Department of Education (USDOE) requires schools to calculate a R2T4 for students that stop attending class, or totally withdraw before the 60% point of the semester. This could result in the school having to refund federal funds to the USDOE. The funds will be returned in the following order: Unsubsidized loan funds, Subsidized loan funds, then the Pell Grant funds. The student is then responsible for paying the school the amount that was refunded.
Federal Work Study
Federal Work Study information and applications are available in the Human Resources Office. For additional information please check out the Employment Page from our Human Resources Office.