What is financial aid?
Financial aid is assistance in the form of money and resources made available to help you bridge the gap between your own income and the amount needed to pay for the cost of attending KCC. The primary responsibility for meeting the cost of college rests with the you and your family as much as you are able. The U.S. Congress created a formula written in law that takes family income and assets into account.
When it comes down to it, we all need to know if we’re able to afford our education. That’s where Financial Aid comes in.
What will it cost me to attend KCC?
The KCC Financial Aid office has compiled a listing of the costs of attending the Kapiʻolani Community College. Get a financial snapshot of what your financial needs will be when approaching the application process.
Where do you go for help?
The Kapiʻolani Community College Financial Aid Office is there for you in navigating the pathway of financing your college education. Whether through the application of loans, grants, scholarships or a balanced combination of several sources, there’s always a way to go.
Check out the KCC Financial Aid FAQ for a list of some quick answers!