Green Country Technology Center participates in Title IV Federal Aid and State Aid. Students should apply on or after October 1st for best consideration for upcoming academic year as State Aid is limited. To apply for aid, students must first have an updated FSA ID then complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
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Students and/or parents will use prior, prior year income tax information.
Students applying may qualify for:
1. Federal Pell Grant (Most full-time career majors qualify)
2. Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant (OTAG) – State Aid
Questions about financial aid should be directed to our Financial Aid Office at (918) 758-0840 Ext. 229. The Financial Aid Coordinator is available to see students Monday - Friday, between 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
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Green Country Technology Center does not participate in federal student loans, however, students may be eligible for the following types of financial aid:
|Federal Pell Grant
|The Federal Pell Grant is a federally funded grant program that provides funds for educational expenses to adult students who attend post-secondary education. If the student withdraws from school, the grant payments will terminate. The family's financial situation determines whether a student may receive a grant and the amount of the grant. Grant amounts are determined yearly based on federal funding of the Pell Grant program. All students who are eligible and make an application will receive a Federal Pell Grant.
|Students may apply for VA benefits online at https://www.va.gov. Programs Approved by the ODVA State Approving Agency for VA Benefits at GCTC.
|Bureau of Indian Affairs
|Tribes handle assistance through tribal and area offices. Grants may provide tuition, supplies and living expenses while students are in school.
|Green Country Technology Center is an eligible provider for Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) which provides financial aid for training and education programs. Programs Approved by Oklahoma Works/Workforce. Please contact the local Oklahoma Workforce Office by phone at 918-304-3160 or visit at 1601 S. Wood Dr. Okmulgee, OK 74447.
|Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services
|Please contact the local Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services by phone at 918-304-3160 Option 5 or visit at 1601 S. Wood Dr. Okmulgee, OK 74447.
|Oklahoma CareerTech Foundation Scholarships
|The Oklahoma CareerTech Foundation works to support student opportunities and success through 29 technology center districts spanning Oklahoma. For information about the CareerTech Foundation Scholarships, please visit: https://oklahoma.gov/careertech/about/foundation/scholarships.html
|Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant (OTAG)
Eligibility is determined by the FAFSA application.
Post-Secondary students who applied and qualified, have an opportunity to earn a scholarship for all college or career technology center tuition for Pell eligible programs.