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How to Pay For College

Grants

A grant is considered gift aid, money that you are not required to repay. To be considered for grants, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Complete your FAFSA.

There are two primary types of federal grants, PELL and Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG). Both are based on financial need as determined by the FAFSA. If you qualify for the PELL grant, you may also be able to receive the SEOG. SEOG is awarded to students with the highest financial need and is limited based on funding. Consideration will be given to eligible students and priority FAFSA submission so don't delay, complete your FAFSA today!

For more information about federal student aid eligibility, award limits and other important information, please review the Federal Student Aid Guide.

Pell Grant

Pell Grant

  • Need-based grant considered gift aid
  • Maximum amount for 2016-2017 is $5,815 for the academic year
  • Amount awarded depends on Expected Family Contribution (EFC), Student’s enrollment status, Cost of Attendance
  • If eligible, you may receive Pell no more than 12 semesters (equivalent to 6 years)
  • May not receive Pell for more than one school at a time
Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)

Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant(SEOG)

  • Campus-based fund awarded to students with highest financial need (Full Pell eligible students)
  • Maximum amount for one award year is $600 at Hocking College
  • Considered gift aid

Loans

Direct Subsidized Student Loan

Direct Subsidized Student Loan

  • Lender is U.S. Department of Education
  • Based on financial need as determined by the FAFSA
  • U.S. Department of Education pays interest on subsidized loan while you are enrolled at least half-time, during the first six months after separation from college, or periods of deferment.
Direct Unsubsidized Student Loan

Direct Unsubsidized Student Loan

  • Lender is U.S. Department of Education
  • Unsubsidized is not based on financial need, but based on the cost of attendance.
  • Student is responsible for interest during all periods of the loan
  • If you choose not to pay interest while you are enrolled in school, periods of deferment or forbearance, or enrolled less than half time, the interest will accrue and be capitalized. 
Parent Loan for Undergraduate Student (PLUS)

Parent Loan for Undergraduate Student (PLUS)

  • Lender is the U.S. Department of Education
  • Credit approval required
  • Maximum amount limited to Hocking College’s Cost of Attendance (COA) minus any other financial aid the student is receiving
  • Repayment begins once loan is fully disbursed
  • Current interest rate is 6.31%
Aggregrate Loan Limits
Year In School Dependent Students Independent Students
First-Year Undergraduate Annual Loan Limit Stafford $5,500
No more than $3,500 may be in subsidized loans.
$9,500
No more than $3,500 may be in subsidized loans.
Second-Year Undergraduate Annual Loan Limit Stafford $6,500
No more than $4,500 may be in subsidized loans.
$10,500
No more than $4,500 may be in subsidized loans.
Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students(PLUS) Maximum amount, upon creditapproval, up to cost of attendance minus all other financial aid the student is receiving Not Applicable

 

Private Loans

Sallie Mae

Students may want to consider applying for private loans if the amount of federal financial aid is not enough to cover the full cost of attendance or if eligibility for financial aid is lost. Private loans are based on credit, therefore you are encouraged to obtain a co-signer to help with the approval as well as to secure a better interest rate.

Sallie Mae Disclosures

To apply for a private loan, please visit our preferred lender site to compare products and begin your application.

 

Wells Fargo

Students may want to consider applying for private loans if the amount of federal financial aid is not enough to cover the full cost of attendance or if eligibility for financial aid is lost. Private loans are based on credit, therefore you are encouraged to obtain a co-signer to help with the approval as well as to secure a better interest rate.

 

To apply for a private loan, please visit our preferred lender site to compare products and begin your application.

Additional Aid Options

Federal Work Study (FWS)
  • Part-time employment opportunity for students while enrolled in school
  • Available to full-time students, with options of part-time enrollment
  • Encourages community service work
  • Students working in community service are paid $2.00 more per hour
  • Maximum FWS award amount is $2,500 at Hocking College

At Hocking College, We Make Higher Education an Affordable Option 

Hocking College offers a variety of scholarships for both new and continuing students. With the support of our generous donors and our commitment within the institution, we are able to offer gift aid to qualifing students. If you are seeking additional financial aid to achieve you academic goals, please apply for scholarships.

Our normal scholarship cycle is January through February of each year. One application is used to determine eligibility for several different scholarships from Hocking College and the Hocking College Foundation.

All Scholarships

A - Z
Academic Excellence Scholarship
Amy M. Russell Memorial Scholarship
Anthony G. Nickel/Clara Patterson Memorial Scholarship
Athens Business & Professional Women/Josephine Johnson Scholarship
Bordering States
David S. Fraedrich Memorial Scholarship
Dennis Profant Memorial Scholarship
Eleanor A. Minister Scholarship
Florence I. Parker Memorial Scholarship
Frances Kosmider Memorial Culinary Scholarship
Grizzly Scholarship
Hector Boiardi Scholarship
Hocking College Employee Funded Scholarship
Ihla Fae Kimes Memorial Scholarship
J.R. Hooper Academic Scholarship
Jack O. McClenaghan Academic Scholarship
James E. and Betty J. Blower Memorial Scholarship
Joyce D. Malone Memorial Scholarship
Judy Brady Memorial Scholarship
Karen Teicher Memorial Nursing Scholarship
La Societe des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux Athens County Voiture #775 408 Scholarship
Leah G. Featherston Scholarship
Linda Caswell Berry Memorial Scholarship
Marian Schaefer Sinsel Scholarship
Martha and Earl Elberfeld Scholarship
Presidential Scholar Award
Rex and Nancy Smith Maiden Memorial Scholarship
Rocky 4EUR Sole
Scott A. Neiferd Memorial Scholarship
Terry Crabtree Memorial Scholarship
Transfer Excellence Scholarship

 

Scholarship Opportunities By Program

Arts, Business and Science Scholarships

Athens Business and Professional Women/Josephine Johnson Scholarship

The preferred award recipient will be a Business or Nursing student from Athens County. If applicants not available from Athens, a Business or Nursing student from any county may be considered. The scholarship award amount is $500 and must be used for educational expenses to include tuition, fees, books, room, board, and transportation.

Joyce D. Malone Memorial Scholarship

Joyce D. Malone was a resident of Athens, Ohio and an employee of Ohio University. She was a member of the local chapter of Professional Secretaries International (now known as the International Association of Administrative Professionals - IAAP) and was an advocate for the advancement of those in the profession. The scholarship is available to residents of Athens County who are enrolled in the Office Administration program at Hocking College. Office Administration students outside of Athens County may also be given consideration. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

Culinary and Hospitality Scholarships

Amy M. Russell Memorial Scholarship

Amy Russell was a first-year student in the culinary arts program at Hocking College. She graduated from Federal Hocking High School, was a talented pianist and a writer of poetry. Amy died in 2003 at the age of 18 as the result of an automobile accident. The Memorial Scholarship was established through start-up funds from Diagnostic Hybrids, Inc. of Athens, Ohio, where Amy's father, Bill worked. Additional donations were made to the fund from family, friends and community supporters to pay tribute to Amy's hope, love and desire to achieve academically.

Scholarship awards are available to students studying culinary arts who are graduates of Federal Hocking High School.

 

Hector Boiardi Scholarship

Hector Boiardi is known by millions as Chef Boy-ar-dee. He learned to cook in his native Italy and immigrated to New York to work in a hotel restaurant in the early 1920s. In 1924, he and his wife Helen opened a restaurant in Cleveland, Ohio. Their success in the culinary business has made Chef Boy-ar-dee a household name.

The Hector Boiardi Scholarship at Hocking College was established in 1997 with funding from the Helen Boiardi Trust. The scholarship is awarded to culinary arts students who exhibit financial need.

 

Frances Kosmider Memorial Culinary Scholarship

The Frances Kosmider Memorial Culinary Student Scholarship will provide awards to students who meet all of the following criteria.
Recipients must:

  1. Be enrolled full-time in the Culinary Arts Program at Hocking College
  2. Have a minimum GPA of 2.5. in high school or previous college work
  3. Submit a one-page essay addressing their interest in pursuing a career in the culinary arts as well as their career goals
  4. Financial need will be considered
  5. The scholarship may only be used for tuition, fees, supplies, books and program required supplies
  6. Awardees are required to follow federal regulations for the return of Title IV aid in terms of this scholarship
  7. Receipt of scholarship funds or the non-selection of an applicant does not preclude reapplication in the future
Health and Nursing Scholarships

David S. Fraedrich Memorial Scholarship

David Fraedrich was a resident and avid supporter of Nelsonville, Ohio and the surrounding community. Upon graduating from Miami University in 1971 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, David joined the Rocky Shoe and Boot Corporation in Nelsonville. He held a number of positions during his tenure at Rocky and served as executive vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer. He also served as chairman of the Board of Trustees of Doctors Hospital of Nelsonville, served on the board of the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville, and was a past member of Nelsonville City Council, Rotary Club and the 317 Board.

David participated and led many fundraisers for local institutions, such as Doctors Hospital of Nelsonville and the Boy Scouts of America. David passed away in 2003. In celebration of David's life and in honor of his countless contributions and spirit of community service, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville, in conjunction with the Hocking College School of Nursing, established the David S. Fraedrich Memorial Scholarship. Scholarship funds are awarded annually to residents of Athens or Hocking counties who are enrolled in the nursing program at Hocking College. Special consideration is given to students who are graduates of Nelsonville-York City Schools. Deserving students will be selected to receive a scholarship award between $1,000 and $2,000 to be used as payment toward tuition, required text books or lab fees.

 

Ihla Fae Kimes Memorial Scholarship

Ihla Fae Kimes built the Kimes Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Athens, Ohio in 1948. She dedicated her life to the nursing and care of its residents. Upon her death in 1999, Ihla Fae's nephew, Richard Buckley, established the Memorial Scholarship in her name to honor her commitment to the nursing profession. The scholarship is reserved for students who attended Athens County or Meigs County high schools and who are enrolled in the Practical Nursing program at Hocking College. Selection of recipients is based on academic performance, potential contribution to the nursing profession and financialneed. Funding can be used for any educational-related expenses including tuition and fees, books, room/board, uniforms, licensure fees and transportation.

 

Linda Caswell Berry Memorial Scholarship

Linda Caswell Berry graduated from the Hocking College School of Nursing in 1974. She lived and worked in the Athens, Ohio area. Linda perished in a fire with her two young sons, Gabriel and Daniel, in January 1977. The scholarship fund was established to honor Linda's memory and her caring, compassionate nature in the field of nursing. It was the first permanent scholarship fund established at Hocking College. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded. The scholarship is reserved for students studying nursing and selection is based on academic performance, potential contribution to the nursing profession and financial need.

 

Karen Teicher Memorial Nursing Scholarship

Karen Teicher graduated from Hocking College's School of Nursing in December of 1976. Karen loved nursing and would have been proud to help others to meet their goal of becoming a nurse. As an emergency room nurse at O'Bleness Hospital in Athens, and a friend to many, she was known for her humor, kindness and generosity. Karen died of breast cancer in 1995. Her family established the Karen Teicher Nursing Fund in memory of her spirit and dedication to the nursing profession.

One scholarship award will be made in the amount of $5,000 to a second-year nursing student who demonstrates financial need, proves the money requested will help them avoid a disruption in their education, and enables them to continue their education. Scholarship funds can be used to pay the costs of tuition, fees, and books. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

 

Judy Brady Memorial Scholarship

Judy Brady was a long-time employee of Hocking College. She was a graduate of the college's nursing program and worked as an instructor in that department. She also taught as an adjunct in the business department and later served as the Director of Student Affairs Administration for the college's Gittinger Assessment Center. Judy died in 1996 from a brain tumor. The Judy Brady Memorial Scholarship was established to honor her dedication to Hocking College and to assist students studying nursing at the college. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

 

Rocky 4EUR Sole

Rocky Brands, Inc. of Nelsonville was founded in 1932 and has grown to be a world leader in the design, development, manufacturing and marketing of outdoor, work, western duty and military footwear as well as outdoor and work apparel and accessories. The scholarship was to benefit nursing students at Hocking College. Eligibility is extended to full-time students enrolled in the Nursing program, who have a GPA of at least 2.5 in either high school or former college work, demonstrate financial need, are dedicated to the field of nursing, and prove the money requested will enable them to pursue their education. Scholarship awards range from $1000 to $2500. In addition to scholarship funds, each female recipient of the award is given a pair of Rocky 4Eur Sole shoes. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

 

 Scholarship Opportunities By Location

Athens County

Anthony G. Nickel/Clara Patterson Memorial Scholarship

Clara Patterson was a resident of Glouster, Ohio. The Memorial Scholarship was established to honor her and her beloved employer, Anthony Nickel. Scholarship awards are available to qualifying students from Trimble Township in Athens County, Ohio.Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

  

Florence I. Parker Memorial Scholarship

The scholarship was established to honor her memory and to provide assistance to students from the community that she loved - Trimble Township in Athens County, Ohio. Consideration is also given to students from other areas of Athens County if no qualifying applicant from Trimble Township exists. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

J.R. Hooper Academic Scholarship

The scholarship was established to honor Jim's service and dedication to Hocking College and higher education in Ohio. Students who reside in Athens, Hocking, Perry, or Muskingum Counties are eligible for the scholarship award. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

James E. and Betty J. Blower Memorial Scholarship

James Blower was a native of Trimble Township in Athens County, Ohio. Betty desired to memorialize her husband by establishing a scholarship in his name at Hocking College. First consideration is given to residents of Trimble Township with residents outside of Trimble Township, but within Athens County, receiving secondary consideration. Recipients must maintain an appropriate grade point average. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

Leah G. Featherston Scholarship

Leah Featherston was a resident of Athens, Ohio. The scholarship was established that would benefit students from Athens County. First consideration is given to students from Dover Township in Athens County. Second consideration is given to students from outside Dover Township in Athens County. Applicants must maintain an appropriate grade point average and demonstrate financial need in order to receive the scholarship. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

 

Rex and Nancy Smith Maiden Memorial Scholarship

The scholarship is being established to honor both Rex and Nancy and will be available to graduates of the area high schools located in Athens County and enrolling in an associate degree program at Hocking College. Selection will be based on academic performance along with demonstrated services to the community and to others. Scholarship candidates are selected by the high schools. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

Logan High School

Martha and Earl Elberfeld Scholarship

The scholarship is awarded annually to Logan High School graduates with a minimum 3.0 GPA. First choice is given to students entering the Forest Management program with second consideration given to those entering the Business Management program. Scholarship awards range from $500 to $1000 and can be used for tuition, books, and lab fees. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

Hocking, Perry, Muskingum, Dover Counties

J.R. Hooper Academic Scholarship

The scholarship was established to honor Jim's service and dedication to Hocking College and higher education in Ohio. Students who reside in Athens, Hocking, Perry, or Muskingum Counties are eligible for the scholarship award. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

Leah G. Featherston Scholarship

Leah Featherston was a resident of Athens, Ohio. The scholarship was established that would benefit students from Athens County. First consideration is given to students from Dover Township in Athens County. Second consideration is given to students from outside Dover Township in Athens County. Applicants must maintain an appropriate grade point average and demonstrate financial need in order to receive the scholarship. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia

Bordering States Scholarship

Bordering States Tuition Assistance Scholarship is available to current year high school graduates from Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia high schools. The scholarship pays $1,000 per semester for full-time enrollment to assist paying tuition. Students must be enrolled full-time and maintain a 2.0 grade point average. Eligible students will be awarded based on the availability of funding. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

 

Scholarships for those with Special Needs 

Physically Disabled

Eleanor A. Minister Scholarship

The scholarship was established to honor Eleanor and her dedication to the physically disabled. The scholarship is available to students with a documented physical disability who are residents of Athens County. Funds may be used for educational expenses including tuition, fees, books, room, board and transportation. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

Hearing Impaired

Marian Schaefer Sinsel Scholarship

Marian Schaefer Sinsel and her husband, Wayne Melvin Sinsel, were business owners and residents of Logan, Ohio. Marian served as Logan City Treasurer for 10 years. Marian's wish was for her contribution to go to help those with a hearing impairment or those training to work with the hearing impaired. Further, qualifying students must be from Hocking County, with students from Morgan and Jackson counties being considered. Awardees must maintain an appropriate grade point average. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

 

Additional Scholarship Opportunities

Academic Excellence Scholarship

Academic Excellence Scholarship

This scholarship has been established to recognize academic excellence at Hocking College. Current Hocking students who have completed a minimum of 28 academic credits towards your degree with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 are eligible for consideration. Students must demonstrate how they have exhibited leadership within the local and/or college community. Students must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

Jack O. McClenaghan Academic Scholarship

Jack O. McClenaghan Academic Scholarship

Jack O. McClenaghan was a local businessman and avid supporter of Hocking College. The McClenaghan Center for Hospitality Training was named in his honor. Scholarship awards are available to students in all areas of study who are residents of Ohio. Recipients are chosen based on academic performance, potential contribution to the local economy, and financial need. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

La Societe des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux Athens County Voiture #775 408 Scholarship

La Societe des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux Athens County Voiture #775 408 Scholarship

The Soceite des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux, or Forty and Eight (40/8), is an honor society formed by American Legionnaires in 1920 to recognize wartime veterans. The Society has a history of supporting charitable causes. In 1955, the Society adopted a program to provide scholarships in the face of the nursing shortage that existed at that time.In keeping with that tradition, the Athens County Voiture #775 408 established a scholarship fund to provide assistance to Hocking College nursing students. Eligibility is extended to students who have completed the practical nursing program and who are enrolled in the registered nursing program and who are not eligible for Pell funding but demonstrate financial need.

Presidential Scholar Award

Presidential Scholar Award

New students, current year high school graduates, will be considered for this scholarship. If selected, students must serve as college student ambassador; must be enrolled full-time; must live in Hocking College residential halls; and, must meet one of the following criteria:

  • 23 ACT Composite Score or Above
  • 3.5 Cumulative GPA
  • Number of awards: Competitive
  • Renewable, must maintain a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA
  • Must successfully complete a minimum of 15 credit hours per semester in courses related to graduation requirement
Transfer Excellence Award

Transfer Excellence Award

The Transfer Excellence Award is available to students who are transferring from another college into Hocking College. Students must have a minimum of 28 earned credits and a grade point average of 2.5 or above. The Transfer Excellence Award is $500 per semester up to 3 semesters.

Transfer Excellence Scholarship

Transfer Excellence Scholarship

Students considered for this award will be a current transfer student from another Ohio college with at least 28 earned credit hours that can be applied towards your Hocking degree program. This is a one time award. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

Hocking College Employee Funded Scholarship

Hocking College Employee Funded Scholarship

Each year, Hocking College employees donate a portion of their paychecks to fund scholarship awards to deserving students. The scholarships are given to students from every discipline who exhibit scholastic achievement and financial need. Student must be registered for classes at the time of review and enrolled full-time for the terms the scholarship will be awarded.

District Scholars Tuition Assistance Program

District Scholars

The District Scholars Tuition Assistance program is available to recent graduates of local high schools who have applied to and been accepted at any Hocking College campus (Nelsonville, Logan, or Perry) within one year after graduation.

All high school graduates from Athens, Fairfield, Hocking, Perry, Pickaway or Ross counties are eligible.

The program provides supplemental tuition assistance in addition to federal or state grant money received by students. Award amounts are based on the parent's adjusted gross income and can cover up to the cost of tuition (up to 16 credit hours) not covered by the Federal Pell Grant.

District Scholars award amounts are based on the parent's Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) as reported on the FAFSA. The program will cover the cost of tuition and general fees. District Scholars Tuition Assistance (DSTA) will be applied toward tuition only, after any grants received from the federal government.

 

Award Determination Guidelines

If the parent's Adjusted Gross Income is:

$40,000 or Less DSTA pays up to full tuition, not covered by grants
$40,001 - $55,000 DSTA pays up to $950 of tuition per term, not covered by grants
Over $55,000 DSTA pays up to $640 of tuition per term, not covered by grants


Please Complete the Following Steps to Apply For This Scholarship:

  1. Apply to Hocking College.
    You must enroll within one year of your high school graduation date and be accepted to qualify. Contact the Admissions Office at 877.HOCKING if you are unsure of your eligibility.
  2. Complete and submit the District Scholar Application and Contract.
  3. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Hocking Colleges Federal School Code is 007598
Federal Work Study (FWS)
  • Part-time employment opportunity for students while enrolled in school
  • Available to full-time students, with options of part-time enrollment
  • Encourages community service work
  • Students working in community service are paid $2.00 more per hour
  • Maximum FWS award amount is $2,500 at Hocking College

The Ohio National Guard

The Ohio National Guard is a unique part-time force of the U.S. Army. Soldiers serve one weekend a month and two weeks a year. The National Guard is mobilized during times of war, national emergencies, and serves our state and local communities during emergencies and times of need. In addition to all the benefits listed below, soldiers develop a great passion and love for our country, leadership abilities, work ethic, teamwork and dedication that translates into skills employers' desire.

  • Pay: Soldiers are paid for serving one weekend a month. Entry-level pay is approximately $250 per month.
  • 100 Percent Tuition: The Ohio National Guard Scholarship Program pays 100 percent college tuition to state-assisted institutions.
  • Montgomery G.I. Bill (Reserve): Soldiers receive $368 per month while attending college. Money sent directly to soldiers for college and living expenses.
  • Montgomery G.I. Bill (MGIB) Kicker (Reserve): Soldiers receive an extra $200 per month to supplement to Montgomery G.I. Bill for enlisting in a critical skills job.
  • Student Repayment Program: Soldiers can have up to $50,000 of existing student loans, as well as student loan acquired after enlisting paid-off.
  • ROTC/Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP): Allows ROTC cadets to serve as members in the National Guard while in college and receive National Guard benefits and pay. As an SMP, the MGIB Kicker increases to $350 per month.
  • Health Insurance: Soldiers may purchase a premium based health insurance plan.
  • Life Insurance: Soldiers receive up to $400,000 life insurance at reduced cost.
  • Split Option Program: Allows high school and college students to enlist without interrupting their education. Soldiers start by attending basic training during the summer, return to resume school while training one weekend a month at RSP and then complete their job specialty training the following summer. This option is also available to seasonal workers.

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