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Dropping a class will impact your eligibility if you drop below the minimum number of credits for TMCC.
For example, at TMCC the minimum enrollment level is 6 credits. You can find your financial aid award by reviewing your award letter in the communication center.
If you have questions about your specific situation or you're a co-enrolled student, please contact us. You can also find what financial aid documents you are missing by reviewing your My TMCC "To Do List".
Anyone in the immediate family who receives more than 50 percent of their support from a dependent student's parents or an independent student and spouse may be counted in the household size, even if that person does not reside in the house, as in the case of a sibling who is over 24-years-old but still in college and receiving the majority of their support from parents.
If you were a member of the National Guard or were a Reservist who was called to Active Duty for other than training purposes and can verify that your release from Active Duty was other than dishonorable, you are considered a veteran for FAFSA purposes.
If you are on Active Duty in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines or Coast Guard, but will be a veteran by June 30 of the year you are applying for aid, and can verify that your release from Active Duty as other than dishonorable, you are considered a veteran for FAFSA purposes.
If your Active Duty will continue past June 30, however, you are not considered a veteran for FAFSA purposes.
Report only your mother's income and asset information because you lived with her the most during the past 12 months. Department of Education has identified a list of commonly administered standardized tests, any one of which an individual who is a non-high school graduate can take to demonstrate that he or she has the intellectual ability to benefit from a college education. TMCC uses only the ACCUPLACER test to prove ability to benefit.
Use a W-2 Form or other record(s) that show her share of the income reported and taxes paid on the tax return. Student Employment offers part-time jobs that help students gain skills and experience while attending college. The Career Center is focused on finding positions for students once they graduate.