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Financial Aid

To help prepare students for life after school, HJC will now start offering a financial management program. This program will help students better manage their financial obligations while attending HJC and after graduation. This is a free tool for all students.

Any first time borrower at HJC will attend one of the financial management programs BEFORE they apply for a student loan at HJC. During the programs, students will develop a budget worksheet to help them determine their financial needs while in school and their earning potential upon graduation. These worksheets will be used during the one-on-one session with a financial aid counselor before the student applies for student loans.  

Click to contact: Darlene Cummings • Patricia Marcum • Lake Tackett

Explore these resources to learn more about various financing options including loans, scholarships, disbursements and more.

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Your cost to attend Huntington Junior College may vary based several criteria including independent status, enrollment hours and online or on campus choices. Explore these resources below to learn more.

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Net Price Calculator
This calculator has been developed by the Department of Education to assist students in determining the "net price" of attending a particular college. Completing the information on the calculator is not an application for financial aid and amounts are not guaranteed. This information is based on 2017 - 2018 costs and financial aid and is strictly an estimate. 

Huntington Junior College's OPEID (Federal School Code) is: 009047.