Financial Aid

 Update on Federal Work Study:

This is an updated message regarding the University’s current response to COVID-19 concerning Federal Work Study.  

Based on our current status where it is our intent to hold all undergraduate classes and labs online for the remainder of the spring semester, guidance from the Department of Education is being followed in terms of Federal Work Study (FWS). Beginning March 23 and for the remainder of the spring term, students will not be required to complete work hours. Since students will no longer work their assigned hours on campus or remotely, students will be paid as follows beginning March 23, 2020 through May 1st, 2020: 

Students who worked during the current spring term 1 to 36 hours through the end of February will be paid for seven hours per week, but not to exceed the student’s work-study award for the term. 
Students who worked during the current spring term 37-60 hours through the end of February will be paid for eleven hours per week, but not to exceed the student’s work-study award for the term.
Students who worked during the current spring term more than 60 hours through the end of February will be paid for nineteen hours per week, but not to exceed the student’s work-study award for the term.  

Note that Federal Work Study hours worked from March 1 until March 22 will be paid based on actual hours worked. 

If additional updates need to be provided, the financial aid office will send another message to your student email.

 

Welcome! The mission of the Office of Financial Aid at Tennessee Tech University is to provide access to post secondary education by eliminating or reducing financial barriers to your academic success. You have made an important decision and one of the most important financial investments you will make in your lifetime: a college education. This investment includes planning your college affairs and finances, allowing you the opportunity to focus your attention on your learning experiences.

We believe that you will find the Office of Financial Aid at Tennessee Tech to be your financial resource center. Our office has a committed team of professionals who are here to work in partnership with you to help you understand and manage your college expenses, identify ways to meet those expenses, and keep you up-to-date with information that can assist you and your family in ways to realize your goals.

We hope you will find the information on our website helpful, that you will return to our site regularly for new, updated information, and that it will become a valuable tool for you in planning the financing of your higher education at Tennessee Tech.

We want to ensure that we are providing you with the services that you need. If you have an issue or concern that hasn't been solved or you just want to give us some feedback on how we are doing - please click the link below. If you want to be contacted, please let us know in the message that you send.

Important Financial Aid Award Information:  Important Information

Physical address:  Jere Whitson Bldg, 805 Quadrangle (directly across from the Memorial Gym), Room 301
Mailing address:  Office of Financial Aid, 1000 N. Dixie Ave., Box 5076, Cookeville, TN 38505

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