site last updated on 05/31/07
Financial Aid @ Reynolds
To receive printed information about financial aid programs and regulations, submit a written request to:
JSRCC Central Financial Aid Office P.O. Box 85622
Richmond, VA 23285-56
Students who have applied for aid and have applied to JSRCC may view their status at:
(Click on the VCCS SIS8 Link)
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Financial aid is money provided to qualified students to help pay college expenses, including direct educational expenses such as tuition, fees, books, and supplies; as well as cost of living expenses like food, housing, and transportation.
J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College's Financial Aid Office staff processes over 8,500 financial aid applications annually. In the 2003-04 aid year, more than 3,200 degree and certificate-seeking students received over $10.7 million in loans, grants, and work-study funding.
Financial Aid Programs for Native Americans (external website)
Students who are members of, or at least one-quarter degree of Indian blood descendant of a member of an American Indian tribe who are eligible for special programs and services provided by the United States through the Bureau of Indian Affairs to Indians because of their status as Indians
Students must have financial need as determined by the FAFSA and the school cost of attendance, and be enrolled in a Two-Year Associate Degree program.
Grant applications should be available at the education office of the Tribe in which the student is affiliated or possesses membership.
For more detailed information, please check the FAQ site at the Office of Indian Education Programs, or by going to the home page at http://www.oiep.bia.edu/
District of Columbia Tuition Assistance Grant
The Virginia Community College System Tuition Grant
Developed for and available to students who were in foster care, custody of special services and "special needs adoptees" at the time of high school graduation or GED.
Students who wish to be considered for this grant must file the FAFSA, be admitted into a degree or certificate program, and provide the Central Financial Aid office with a letter from the Agency or Dept of Social Services that certifies the student was in foster care, or a "special needs adoptee" at the time they earned their GED or HS Diploma.
Students must be enrolled FULL TIME to get the grant.