This program may provide direct cost assistance to:
- single parents
- displaced homemakers
- single-pregnant women
- non-traditional job trainees
- economically disadvantaged
- individuals with a disability
- individuals with limited English proficiency
Applicants must be enrolled in an eligible occupational program. This program is federally funded through the Carl D. Perkins vocational and Technical Education Act and is subject to provisions of the Act. Download a printable version of the Carl D. Perkins Attendance Cost Assistance Program Application or contact the Montcalm Community College counseling office for an application.
The Family Independence Agency and Labor departments provide public assistance and training programs can be used by students under certain circumstances.
Many employers reimburse employees and dependents as a part of staff development. Contact your human resource director for information.
A variety of programs and organizations provide scholarships and financial assistance to those meeting specific criteria. Contact local organizations offering scholarships, a high school guidance counselor and the Montcalm Community College Financial Aid office for further information.