The primary mission of Danville Community College's Financial Aid Office is to provide financial guidance to students as they pursue their educational goals. The program is committed in its belief that qualified students should have an opportunity to pursue educational objectives, regardless of financial resources.
To achieve this purpose, the Financial Aid Office commits to the following:
Complying with federal and state laws as well as institutional policies
Promoting and maintaining integrity, accuracy and timelines
Providing adequate information for students and parents to make informed decisions regarding the financing of their education
Promoting and providing equal access to eligible students interested and pursuing an education at Danville Community College
Managing all grant programs including loans and work-study and administering the Veteran's Program
Apply for Financial Aid now:
For More information about FAFSA:
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For a Federal Stafford or PLUS Loan, follow these three steps:
Use this link to learn how to Review Your Financial Aid Awards On-Line.
Veterans Education benefits information is available online at: http://www.gibill.va.gov.
DCC Pell Grant Students Taking Southside Virginia Community College Classes
The student must complete an Authorization to Charge request.
The student must complete and sign the request at the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center.
The student must request a revised Authorization if he/she makes changes in enrollment.
DCC must receive all invoices (tuition and bookstore) from SVCC before any funds can be disbursed to the student.
Please be aware that taking classes at another college will delay the disbursement of any financial aid balance until any outstanding charges have been paid.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Federal law requires DCC to have a SAP (Satisfactory Academic Progress) policy.
Too many withdrawals (grades of W), are the #1 reason for student's losing their eligibility at Danville
You must pass three (3) SAP criteria to get aid. These guidelines must cover all periods of enrollment
regardless of whether or not you have received financial aid in the past.
Complete 67% of all courses attempted with grades of A,B,C,D,S, or P.
Have a cumulative grade point average requirement of:
|Credit Hours Attempted||Minimum Expected GPA|
|1 - 15||1.5|
|16 - 30||1.75|
Not exceed 150% of the
credit hours required to graduate from your academic program.
Example: If the total credits in your degree plan are 66, then your 150% max is 99. (66 * 1.5 = 99).
Financial Aid Office
1008 South Main Street
Danville, VA 24541
Telephone: 434 797-8567 or 434 797-8439
Other areas in VA: 800-560-4291 Ext 8567