MACC is excited to provide students with a Financial Aid Portal which provides one unique location for important information related to their financial aid. To log in, use your myMACC/CANVAS user name and password. Click the links below to learn more.
If you have trouble accessing the Financial Aid Portal, please update your password on MyMACC, then clear your browser cache, and try again. If you experience issues after completing those steps, please contact our office for further assistance by emailing email@example.com.
Your Financial Aid Offer lists all estimated institutional, federal and state aid offered to you to attend Moberly Area Community College. These amounts are subject to change based on several eligibility factors, such as (but not limited to) the number of credit hours in which you are enrolled in your declared degree program and academic progress status.
If you have not applied for financial aid, you may use the Financial Aid Checklist to help guide you through the process.
Although tuition and fees are direct costs you will be billed for by MACC, there are other indirect costs of attending, too. MACC has established an estimated cost of attending, using direct and indirect expenses; this is known as the Cost of Attendance (COA). MACC uses a Cost of Attendance (COA) to calculate student financial aid. The COA is a reasonable estimate of the cost of attending MACC. This is not the amount you owe the college. For more information about the components included within the COA and how it impacts financial aid eligibility, please visit our Cost of Attendance page.
To help you calculate your direct charges owed to MACC we have created an 2023-2024 Estimated Cost Worksheet.
This link will describe missing documents or information needed to process your financial aid.
After clicking the Documents option in the menu, a dropdown displays the Forms and Files option, click this link to open My Forms and Files, this screen consists of two columns:
The College Financing Plan is a consumer tool that institutions use to notify students about their financial aid package.
The U.S. Department of Education created a standardized financial aid “College Financing Plan” to simplify information for new undergraduate students. This consumer tool was designed to help students make informed decisions about higher education and provide families with a tool to compare the Net Cost (total cost minus grants and scholarships) at different institutions. It provides a simplified overview of your financial aid, and should be considered supplemental information to your MACC 2023-2024 Financial Aid Offer Guide.
Before you can view your College Financing Plan you must:
You may access your College Financing Plan by logging into your Financial Aid Portal and following these steps:
This information is supplemental to your official MACC Financial Aid Offer Guide. You can see your current financial aid offered by logging into your Financial Aid Portal and select My FA from the menu bar on the left, then select the Award Year from the dropdown box in center of screen.
The financial aid listed is contingent upon meeting all eligibility requirements, and may also change if you add or drop classes.
The items listed under the Cost of Attendance are estimated expenses you may incur while enrolled at MACC. This is NOT the amount you owe the college. Your actual expenses will vary. We recommend completing the 2023-2024 Estimated Cost Worksheet to help you calculate your direct costs of attending MACC for the semester/year.
If you have not enrolled, you may calculate your charges by multiplying the number of credit hours in which you plan to enroll by the cost per credit hour, as listed on our Fee and Tuition website.
If you are already enrolled you may view your account balance on myMACC, following these steps:
MACC does not automatically offer student loans or Work-Study. If you need to apply for a loan or Work-Study, please contact the Financial Aid Office for additional information.
Although the recommended loan amount is zero, you may find the maximum you are eligible to borrow by reading the Loan Application Guide on our Financial Aid Forms website. We recommend conservative borrowing, and encourage students to borrow only as much as they need.
The College Financing Plan also provides a Glossary of the most common terms used in financial aid, reading them will help you better understand the programs and processes.
The Touchpoints tab allows the student to review and keep track of communications or processes that require action from them.
You may access Touchpoints by logging into your Financial Aid Portal and select the option from the menu bar on the left.
After clicking the Touchpoint option, a dropdown with two links is displayed:
The Parent Portal tab allows students to authorize their parents or guardians access to their Financial Aid Portal. The process provides the parent or guardian with their own user name and log in.
How to Give a Parent or Guardian Access to the Financial Aid Portal