$7.99 million in financial aid was awarded in 2014-2015. $4.33 million of this amount was "free money" to students, given in the form of grants/scholarships.
94% of students who completed a FAFSA and enrolled at ICC received payment from some type of financial aid. On average, each aid applicant who attended and accepted their aid package received a combination of gift, work-study, and loan aid totaling $9,036.
ICC awards a higher percentage of gift aid than other public/for-profit Minnesota schools according to a Minnesota Office of Higher Education study for FY13 published in July 2014. ICC students will be able to complete their first one or two years of school with more gift aid and less borrowing than students attending most other schools.
Schools Gift Aid Loans Work-Study Itasca CC 54% 42% 4% All Minnesota Schools 46% 52% 2% MnSCU - Two-Year Schools 38% 61% 1% MnSCU Four-Year Universities 31% 67% 2% Private Four-Year Schools (Not for Profit) 64% 34% 2% Private For-Profit Schools 34% 65% 1% University of Minnesota 42% 56% 2%
The Blandin Foundation provides annual funding for seven different financial aid programs. There is $375,000 available to award during the 2015-2016 school year.
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