Financial Aid Checklists for Co-Enrollment Programs

  1. Submit your official transcripts to Student Affairs. Follow MACC’s Transcript Guidelines

 

  1. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
    • 2023-2024 FAFSA is used for fall 2023, spring 2024, and summer 2024
    • 2024-2025 is used for fall 2024, spring 2025 and summer 2025
    • Include MACC’s Federal School Code: 002491
    • The Financial Aid Office will issue correspondence if additional information is needed. Correspondence will be sent by email to the MACC student email, viewable on MACC Financial Aid Portal, and/or a letter mailed to student’s permanent mailing address.
 
 
  1. Complete the Tiger Pathways Consortium Agreement each semester you are participating in the program and submit it to a MACC Academic Advisor when you enroll.
 
  1. Student Loans:  Students may apply for Federal Direct Student Loans to help pay their costs at MACC and MU. The following must be completed:
 
  1. Scholarships: MACC’s institutional scholarships cannot be transferred to MU to cover charges at MU.  All outside scholarships must be reported to MACC and will be included when calculating maximum aid eligibility. Students should submit a “Terms of Scholarship: letter to the MACC Business Office. The form can be found at the MACC Outside Scholarship Information webpage.
 
  1. Missouri A+ Scholarship:
  • Eligible students must complete an A+ Enrollment Form every semester when they enroll. The form is available in myMACC (Click “Student” tab, then “Financial Aid” & look under “Forms”).
  • The A+ Scholarship requires all federal grants (Pell & SEOG) to be applied towards eligible tuition and fees first when determining the value of the A+ Scholarship.
    • After federal grants are applied, A+ will pay for MACC’s tuition, student activity/support service fees, and technology fees up to the reimbursement cap set by the Missouri Department of Higher Education & Workforce Development.
    • A+ will not pay for MACC textbooks, course fees (eBooks), lab fees, or late fees.
    • A+ will not pay for any MU charges.  MU classes required for the student’s MACC degree may be considered for the full time (12 hours) enrollment requirement.

 

  1. How Much Financial Aid May I Receive?

The Cost of Attendance (COA) is the maximum amount of financial aid a student may receive from all financial aid programs. COA includes components for tuition, fees, books, supplies, housing, food, transportation and miscellaneous expenses. The COA is not student specific; however, it may be adjusted if a student has contracted a housing and/or meal plan with MU.        

Students eligible for the Federal Pell Grant will be awarded an amount based on their Student Aid Index (SAI) (which is provided by the results from completing the FAFSA) and their combined enrollment at MACC and MU. Enrollment status is based on classes required for the MACC degree and is evaluated each semester on the last day to drop classes with 100% refund, referred to as the “lock-in date”. 

  1. How Do I Pay My Bill at MU?

All financial aid is processed at MACC, and there is no guarantee there will be enough financial aid available to cover both MACC and MU charges.

 At MACC, tuition and fees are due in full on the first day of classes unless a payment plan has been set up or guaranteed financial aid is in place.    Any credit balance remaining will be issued to the student on the 45th day of each semester; ACH delivery is available, but must be set up with the MACC Business Office.  Students are required to set up a payment plan with MU, and it is their responsibility to pay MU with their financial aid refund.

  1. Apply for admission at Moberly Area Community College (MACC) and Truman State University and complete the TruMACC supplement.

Students may enter the TruMACC Transition Program from a variety of avenues.

    • Fully admitted to Truman but prefer to initially attend a community college;
    • Admitted to Truman contingent upon successful completion of the TruMACC program
    • Admitted to or attending MACC and referred to the TruMACC program by a MACC advisor.

 

2. Submit your official transcripts to Student Affairs

 

3. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

  • 2023-2024 FAFSA is used for fall 2023, spring 2024, and summer 2024
  • 2024-2025 is used for fall 2024, spring 2025 and summer 2025
  • Include MACC’s Federal School Code: 002491
  • The Financial Aid Office will issue correspondence if additional information is needed. Correspondence will be sent by email to the MACC student email, viewable on MACC Financial Aid Portal, and/or a letter mailed to student’s permanent mailing address.

 4. Complete the TruMACC Consortium Agreement:

This must be completed each semester you are participating in the program; submit it to a MACC Academic Advisor when you enroll.

  • The form must be submitted NO LATER THAN the last day to drop classes with a 100% refund, referred to as the “lock-in date” (the date for each semester is provided on the consortium agreement). 
  • The consortium agreement allows eligible students to receive financial aid based on their combined enrollment at MACC and MU. All courses must be required for the degree you are seeking at MACC.  

 

  1. Student Loans

Students may apply for Federal Direct Student Loans to help pay their costs at MACC and MU. The following must be completed:

Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loans are available for parents of dependent students to help with educationally related expenses. Parents are eligible to borrow up to the student’s Cost of Attendance.  A credit check must be conducted by Federal Student Aid.

  1. Scholarships: 

MACC’s institutional scholarships cannot be transferred to Truman to cover charges at Truman.  All outside scholarships must be reported to MACC and will be included when calculating maximum aid eligibility. Students should submit a “Terms of Scholarship” letter to the MACC Business Office. The form can be found at the MACC Outside Scholarship Information webpage.

 

  1. Missouri A+ Scholarship:

Eligible students must complete an A+ Enrollment Form every semester when they enroll. The form is available in myMACC (Click “Student” tab, then “Financial Aid” & look under “Forms”).

  • The A+ Scholarship requires all federal grants (Pell & SEOG) to be applied towards eligible tuition and fees first when determining the value of the A+ Scholarship.
    • After federal grants are applied, A+ will pay for MACC’s tuition, student activity/support service fees, and technology fees up to the reimbursement cap set by the Missouri Department of Higher Education & Workforce Development.
    • A+ will not pay for MACC textbooks, course fees (eBooks), lab fees, or late fees.
    • A+ will not pay for any Truman charges.  Truman classes required for the student’s MACC degree may be considered for the full time (12 hours) enrollment requirement.
  1. How Much Financial Aid May I Receive?

The Cost of Attendance (COA) is the maximum amount of financial aid a student may receive from all financial aid programs. COA includes components for tuition, fees, books, supplies, housing, food, transportation and miscellaneous expenses. The COA is not student specific; however, it may be adjusted if a student has contracted a housing and/or meal plan with Truman.         

Students eligible for the Federal Pell Grant will be awarded an amount based on their Student Aid Index (SAI) (which is provided by the results from completing the FAFSA) and their combined enrollment at MACC and Truman. Enrollment status is based on classes required for the MACC degree and is evaluated each semester on the last day to drop classes with 100% refund, referred to as the “lock-in date”. 

 

  1. How Do I Pay My Bill at Truman?

All financial aid is processed at MACC, and there is no guarantee there will be enough financial aid available to cover both MACC and Truman charges.

At MACC, tuition and fees are due in full on the first day of classes unless a payment plan has been set up or guaranteed financial aid is in place.    Any credit balance remaining will be issued to the student on the 45th day of each semester; ACH delivery is available, but must be set up with the MACC Business Office.  Students may be required to set up a payment plan with Truman, and it is their responsibility to pay Truman with their financial aid refund.

  1. Apply for admission at Moberly Area Community College (MACC) and Columbia College and complete the enrollment process for CC/MACC at Columbia College through their Student Success Office.  
 
  1. Submit your official transcripts to Student Affairs
 
  • 3. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
    • 2023-2024 FAFSA is used for fall 2023, spring 2024, and summer 2024
    • 2024-2025 is used for fall 2024, spring 2025 and summer 2025
    • Include MACC’s Federal School Code: 002491
    • The Financial Aid Office will issue correspondence if additional information is needed. Correspondence will be sent by email to the MACC student email, viewable on MACC Financial Aid Portal, and/or a letter mailed to student’s permanent mailing address.
 
  1. Complete the CC/MACC Consortium Agreement:
 

This must be completed each semester you are participating in the program; submit it to a MACC Academic Advisor when you enroll.

  • The form must be submitted NO LATER THAN the last day to drop classes with a 100% refund, referred to as the “lock-in date” (the date for each semester is provided on the consortium agreement). 
  • The consortium agreement allows eligible students to receive financial aid based on their combined enrollment at MACC and Columbia College. 
  • All courses must be required for the degree you are seeking at MACC.  
 
5. Student Loans
Students may apply for Federal Direct Student Loans to help pay their costs at MACC and Columbia College. The following must be completed:

 

Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loans are available for parents of dependent students to help with educationally related expenses. Parents are eligible to borrow up to the student’s Cost of Attendance.  A credit check must be conducted by Federal Student Aid.

 
  1. Scholarships: 
 

MACC’s institutional scholarships cannot be transferred to Columbia College to cover charges at Columbia College.  All outside scholarships must be reported to MACC and will be included when calculating maximum aid eligibility. Students should submit a “Terms of Scholarship” letter to the MACC Business Office. The form can be found at the MACC Outside Scholarship Information webpage.

 7. Missouri A+ Scholarship:

Eligible students must complete an A+ Enrollment Form every semester when they enroll. The form is available in myMACC (Click “Student” tab, then “Financial Aid” & look under “Forms”).

  • The A+ Scholarship requires all federal grants (Pell & SEOG) to be applied towards eligible tuition and fees first when determining the value of the A+ Scholarship.
  • After federal grants are applied, A+ will pay for MACC’s tuition, student activity/support service fees, and technology fees up to the reimbursement cap set by the Missouri Department of Higher Education & Workforce Development.
  • A+ will not pay for MACC textbooks, course fees (eBooks), lab fees, or late fees.
  • A+ will not pay for any Columbia College charges.  Columbia College classes required for the student’s MACC degree may be considered for the full time (12 hours) enrollment requirement.
 
  1. How Much Financial Aid May I Receive?
 

The Cost of Attendance (COA) is the maximum amount of financial aid a student may receive from all financial aid programs. COA includes components for tuition, fees, books, supplies, housing, food, transportation and miscellaneous expenses. The COA is not student specific; however, it may be adjusted if a student has contracted a housing and/or meal plan with Columbia College.         

Students eligible for the Federal Pell Grant will be awarded an amount based on their Student Aid Index (SAI) (which is provided by the results from completing the FAFSA) and their combined enrollment at MACC and Columbia College. Enrollment status is based on classes required for the MACC degree and is evaluated each semester on the last day to drop classes with 100% refund, referred to as the “lock-in date”. 

 9. How Do I Pay My Bill at Columbia College?

All financial aid is processed at MACC, and there is no guarantee there will be enough financial aid available to cover both MACC and Columbia College charges.

At MACC, tuition and fees are due in full on the first day of classes unless a payment plan has been set up or guaranteed financial aid is in place.    Any credit balance remaining will be issued to the student on the 45th day of each semester; ACH delivery is available, but must be set up with the MACC Business Office.  Students may be required to set up a payment plan with Columbia College, and it is their responsibility to pay Columbia College with their financial aid refund.

1981-82 National Championship Women's Basketball Team

Coach Dick Halterman
Coach John Cochran
Ball Boy – Troy Halterman
Eleanor Carr
Rochelle McKenzie
Brenna Kelly
Carmela McMullen
Tammy Harryman
Janet Thompson
Kim Cooley
Lisa Brown
Georgia Hinson
Kathy Schulz
Denise Derrieux
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Jackie Glosson
Marion Fitzsimmons
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Coach Dick Halterman
Coach John Cochran 
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Rochelle McKenzie
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