Mission: The purpose of Financial Aid at Clarendon College is to assist students in meeting the cost of attending Clarendon College and to help provide financial assistance to any student who might be denied a college education because of insufficient funds. Although the primary responsibility for financing an education rests with the student and his or her family; Clarendon College understands that many students will require financial assistance, and is committed to helping students achieve their educational goals.
Clarendon College administers federal, state, and private sources of financial aid. Nearly 75% of CC students receive some type of financial aid.
All students seeking financial aid must meet general eligibility requirements regarding citizenship, financial need, and satisfactory academic progress. Our financial packages may include several sources of aid, including work study, scholarships, grants, and loans.
Financial aid counseling can be completed by walk-in or by scheduling an appointment with the office. Call us with your financial aid related questions or e-mail one of our staff members.