Bonnie Edwards, Financial Aid Manager

Room 103 Davis Hall
304.734.6648

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 Welcome to the Bridgemont Community and Technical College Office of Student Financial Assistance home page.

Our site is an effort to communicate valuable information to assist individuals in securing the most beneficial financial aid package each may be eligible to receive. The most successful applicants start early by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid as soon after January 1, as possible. Applicants should begin searching and applying for scholarship aid at least one year prior to entering Bridgemont Community and Technical College.

All financial aid is awarded for one year at a time. You must reapply for aid each year for the upcoming academic year. You do not have to be enrolled as a full time student to receive aid but, should generally be enrolled at least six hours. A student reapplies for aid by filing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The use of a federal PIN number for both students and parents (for dependent students) is recommended to complete the on-line FAFSA. Parents may use the same PIN number for multiple children. The recommended completion date for the FAFSA is March 1st. Tax information is needed to complete the FAFSA. You do not have to file your taxes by March 1st, in order to complete the FAFSA. You may estimate income information but, should correct the information once your taxes are filed for the year.

All notices of deadlines are posted on our web page and required documents notices are sent via the campus assigned e-mail provided by Bridgemont. No notices will be mailed. New students who are not yet admitted to Bridgemont will be initially contacted through the email address supplied on the FAFSA. Once students are admitted to Bridgemont all further notices will be sent using the campus assigned email address. Spam filters should allow e-mail from Bridgemont CTC.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Have a high school diploma or equivalent, been home schooled, or pass ability-to benefit test.
  2. Be admitted to Bridgemont and working toward a degree.(*)
  3. Cannot also be enrolled elementary or secondary school.
  4. Must be making Satisfactory Academic Progress as defined by the College.
  5. Must have resolved any drug conviction issue(s).
  6. U.S. citizen, U.S. national or eligible non-citizen.
  7. Cannot be in default on a FSA (Federal Student Aid) loan or owe an overpayment of a FSA grant or loan.
  8. Have a valid Social Security number. (Except for Micronesia, Marshall Islands, and Palau).
  9. Register with the Selective Services if you are a male between the ages of 18 and 25 years old.

For more information, contact Bonnie Edwards, Financial Aid Manager, 304.734.6648.

Complete the FAFSA now at  www.fafsa.ed.gov

Please add both of the following FAFSA school codes to your FAFSA.

  • Bridgemont School code:  040473
  • Kanawha Valley school code:  040386