Financial Aid Frequently Asked Questions
· Select "My Banner"
· Select "Student and Financial Aid"
· Select "Student Self Service"
· Select "Financial Aid"
A: Contact the Student Accounts Office with questions regarding your tuition bill at firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 962-9490. They can assist with:
Certificate of Residence
Refunds and BankMobile
Health Insurance Waiver
A: Anytime you would like to make a change to your schedule you should ask the Enrollment Advisement Center at email@example.com (607) 962-9875 or visit the office located in the Commons about how the change will affect your financial aid.
A: TAP is a New York State grant for full time and part time students that are New York State residents.
A: To be eligible for TAP, you need to be a New York State resident for at least 12 months prior to the beginning of the semester and be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours of coursework that directly fulfill your program requirements for part time tap and 12 credit hours towards your program requirements for full time tap. A separate application is required to be considered for this grant. The application can be found at www.tapweb.org/totw.
A: If you would like to check the status of your TAP, you can log into your HESC account at https://webapps.hesc.ny.gov/hescpin/main
A: TAP funds typically come in approximately around the ninth or tenth week of classes. This does not include break weeks.
A: Yes, a Federal Direct Loan is part of your Federal Financial Aid. The U.S. Department of Education is your lender.
A: No, you would not be eligible for financial aid until you have cleared your defaulted loan. Visit and log into https://studentaid.gov/ for details and contact information regarding your outstanding loan(s).
A: After your FAFSA results have been received by CCC, you will receive an email when your aid eligibility has been determined. Instructions on how to accept your financial aid can be found here Corning Financial Aid Forms
A: You can check the status of your loan in MyCorning:
Select "My Banner"
Select "Student and Financial Aid"
Select "Student Self Service"
Select "Financial Aid"
If you have outstanding loan requirements there will be a link for outstanding "student requirements". Select the link to view your outstanding requirements.
A: The date you will actually receive your loan will depend on when you applied and
completed all the paperwork required but no earlier than the fifth week of the semester.
When your loan has disbursed to your account an email is sent to
your CCC email from the Financial Aid Office. If you have any questions, we encourage you to contact the Enrollment Advisement Center at (607) 962-9875 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: Yes, you can accept your student loan up until 2 weeks before the semester is over
as long as you are still attending at least 6 credit hours. Contact the Enrollment
Advisement Center at email@example.com, (607) 962-9875 or
visit the office located in the Commons for information on how to do this.
A: The verification process is designed by the U.S. Department of Education to assure that the student has reported all information correctly on the FAFSA and will receive all of the aid for which he or she is eligible.
A: Corning Community College Development Foundation offers many scholarships. Here is a list of Existing Scholarships
Application can also be found on the Existing Scholarship page. Deadline for these scholarships is typically April 1st. There are often opportunities after that deadline in cases where there are no applicants for a particular scholarship. Please reach out to the Development Foundation for additional information at 607-962-9458.