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How to Collect Your Financial Aid

Grants
  • Pensacola State College will credit your grant funds to your school account, pay you directly to your Pensacola State College OneCard account, or use a combination of both methods.
  • Payments are usually made at least once per term and Pensacola State College will inform you via your PirateMail as to how and when you will be paid.
  • After all financial obligations to the college have been deducted, the remaining balance of grant funds are paid directly to your Pensacola State College OneCard.
  • Pell grants approved after the start of classes are credited to a student’s Pensacola State College OneCard account throughout the term.

Important...IMPORTANT

If your grant is insufficient to pay all costs, you must pay the difference.

Loans
  • Federal Direct Subsidized/Unsubsidized/PLUS Loans are electronically transmitted to Pensacola State College and will be credited your Pensacola State College OneCard account.
  • You will not receive a check from a lender.
  • You should carefully read all loan paperwork you receive.
Pensacola State Scholarships
  • Any student receiving Pensacola State College scholarships must come to the Financial Aid office to sign a Scholarship Acceptance Form.
  • Funds are then applied to the student's account.
Miscellaneous Scholarships
  • Other types of scholarship payments are handled on an individual basis specific to each scholarship.
  • Contact the source of your scholarship to find out how the funds will be provided to you.

Office Locations, Telephones and Email

Campus
Pensacola
Milton
Warrington

Department
Financial Aid
Financial Aid
Financial Aid

Building
Bldg. 2B
Bldg. 4200
Bldg. 3600
Telephone
850.484.1680
850.484.4412
850.484.2286
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