Applying for Aid
If you need help understanding your financial aid awards, you may always contact the DMACC Financial Aid Office.
You can also find more information about financial aid awards on our webpage.
The "Financing Your Education at DMACC" (PDF) booklet is a valuable resource you may use to learn more about the types of financial aid you may have been offered.
The Financial Aid Process
Financial Aid Checklist
File your FAFSA (financial aid application) as early as possible. Right now, there is one way you can do this:
On the web at FAFSA.gov
TIP: Use the Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) to make filling out the FAFSA even easier!
Be sure to complete the correct FAFSA!
Planning to start in the Fall of 2023?
Within 7-10 days after your FAFSA is processed DMACC will reach out to you via your DMACC email address, so check it often.
You will be directed to Banner Self Service (accessible through myDMACC) to view your additional "requirements".
Your financial aid information will be processed after all forms and information that was requested of you have been submitted to the DMACC Financial Aid Office.
You will receive a notification sent to your DMACC email to let you know when you have a financial aid award offer ready to view.
You will be able to review your financial aid eligibility from the state and federal government - such as federal grants, loans, and college Work-Study.
- If you need help understanding your financial aid award, you can get help by contacting the DMACC Financial Aid Office or by accessing the "Financing Your Education at DMACC" (PDF) booklet.
- New student borrowers will need to complete Loan Entrance Counseling and the Direct Loan Promissory Note. If you do not complete these two important steps, you will not receive the federal student loan offered to you.