Checklist of Due Dates

  When What to Do
checkbox Now You and your parents should read and understand the information about financial aid, both as stated on this website and from our Financial Aid Handbook.
checkbox Now Complete the process of applying for admission to Penn College.
checkbox Now Get a part-time job and save a portion of your earnings to use toward your college expenses.
checkbox Now Begin looking for private scholarships. Deadlines vary and often occur many months before Fall Semester. Read the literature we have included with our Handbook, check our External Scholarships page, and contact the following:
  • your high school guidance counselor
  • any social or civic organizations or trade associations to which you or your parents belong
  • local community foundations
checkbox December-
April 15
Apply for scholarships available from Penn College and the Penn College Foundation. [Penn College Scholarship Application]. Note: April 15 is our Priority Application Deadline, though you can still apply through the summer.
checkbox January-March
checkbox April-June Complete your Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note for a Federal Direct Stafford Loan. (new borrowers only) Learn more.
checkbox June-July Your parent borrower completes the two-step application process for a Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan. Learn more.

Students who choose to apply for a Private Alternative Loan can complete an application with their lender of choice. Learn more.
checkbox July You will receive an electronic bill from Penn College's Bursar's Office for your fall semester tuition in early to mid-July. Please be prepared to pay your tuition eBill or present verification of grants, loans, and/or scholarships by the stated deadline in early August.
checkbox Throughout
the Year
Check into every financial aid opportunity that is available to you.
checkbox Next Year
before
April 15
Reapply for financial aid

Pennsylvania College of Technology
One College Avenue
Williamsport, PA 17701

570-326-3761
800-367-9222

© 1995 Pennsylvania College of Technology. Penn College® and degrees that work® are registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.