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Hutchinson Community College Spring Campus

We are committed to providing clear and understandable information regarding the student financial aid process as well as timely and accurate financial assistance to all eligible students. If you have questions, we encourage you to call or e-mail your Financial Aid Advisor.  

Types of Aid

Unlock your path to college affordability with financial aid tailored to your needs. Whether it's scholarships, grants, loans, or employment opportunities, we've got you covered. Discover your options today!


Everyone must meet the basic requirements to qualify for federal student aid; but additional eligibility requirements apply for some people and some situations. Learn more about enrollment requirements, the Satisfactory Academic Progress policy, and FAFSA eligibility.

Applying for Aid

We understand that financial aid options can be complicated and that no two families’ financial situations are the same. The Financial Aid Office is available to provide guidance and support for all families interested in the financial aid process.

Receiving Aid

To receive financial aid you must be admitted to, enrolled in and attending classes in an eligible program at HutchCC. Financial aid recipients must be aware of both their rights and responsibilities relating to financial aid.

Paying for College

Paying for college can be one of the toughest parts of earning your degree—but it doesn’t have to be. Use our tips, tools, and articles to stay up to date on the best ways to pay for college, including scholarships, savings, grants, loans, and more.

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The Higher Education Opportunity Act requires institutions participating in federally funded financial aid programs to make information about the institution available to the public, current and prospective students, current and prospective student loan borrowers, and current employees.

Types of Aid


HutchCC awards more than 500 scholarships every year. Whether you are a full-time or part-time student, seeking vocational training or looking to transfer to a university, we have a scholarship you may qualify for.


Grants are gifts that are provided by the government to help pay for educational expenses. Grants do not need to be repaid as long as enrollment criteria are maintained. Grants are typically based on financial need.


An education loan is a form of financial aid that must be repaid, with interest. Limits are set on how much financial assistance students can receive in the form of federal student loans.


If you are willing to work we have a vast number of employment opportunities. HCC not only has Federal Work Study Employment that is need-based but also other on campus job opportunities.

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