When you invest in your education at CPTC you invest in yourself and your future success. The skills and training your receive add real, significant value to your employment and educational opportunities.
Drop box is for students to drop off paperwork for financial aid, registration, admissions and veterans offices. Please do not drop any homework in the slot for your classes.
For your convenience, a drop box is available just outside of Building 17.
Located near the overhang, to the right of the main building entrance, this drop box is secure and accessible 24 hours a day. Contents are picked up daily from a secure location inside the building.
APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID
To ensure that all requirements are met, students should apply at least three months before the deadline for the quarter they want to start school, or two weeks at the very minimum. If you're interested in applying for student loans to assist with the cost of attendance, be sure to complete the Direct Stafford Loan required counseling(s) and sign a Master Promissory Note.
- Apply for Federal Direct Stafford Loan
- Completing the FAFSA
- Financial Aid Application Process
- Financial Aid Forms
- Financial Aid Student Portal
- Financial Wellness
- Receiving Your Funds
To receive financial aid you must meet basic eligibility requirements and academic progress standards. To pay in-state tuition rates you must meet Washington residency requirements.
We provide tools to figure out what type of financial aid you should pursue and to estimate how much your CPTC education will cost.
- CPTC BankMobile
- Educational Opportunity Center
- Net Price Calculator
- Start Next Quarter: You may pre-qualify for college funding
- Tuition Installment Plan
- Types of Financial Aid
SCHOLARSHIPS & GRANTS
In addition to grants offered through Financial Aid, many scholarships are available through community organizations and service groups. Check the bulletin board outside of CPTC Financial Aid (Building 11).