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Financial Aid Outreach Services

The Office of Student Financial Aid provides information about the financial aid process by hosting a variety of outreach programs. Through our outreach efforts, we help students and families become familiar with different resources available to help pay for a college education. We are committed to raising financial aid awareness in our community by partnering with Montgomery College faculty and staff, K-12 schools, and public service programs.

Financial Aid Workshops

Financial aid workshops provide an overview of the financial aid application process, including information about federal, state, institutional, and private financial aid programs. Workshops also provide information on financial aid applications, deadlines, and online resources for students and parents. Workshops will be added to this page when scheduled.

Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy Sessions are a requirement for first-time loan borrowers at Montgomery College. During these presentations, Montgomery College students learn about the rights and responsibilities of a student loan borrower, navigation of the loan process, tips on managing finances, and understanding credit reports and scores. Sessions will be added to this page when scheduled.

First Year Seminars and Student Development Courses

The Office of Student Financial Aid provides guest speakers for Montgomery College first year seminars and student development courses. These courses present learning skills in money management and financial literacy to promote financial independence. Speakers discuss the financial aid process and provide information on grants, scholarships, student loans, and work study. Courses will be added to this page when scheduled.

Other Special Events

The Office of Student Financial Aid hosts and participates in various events throughout the year as part of our financial aid outreach initiative. Events include local high school visits and Financial Aid Nights, workshops for nonprofit agencies and faith-based organizations, college fair participation, and other local events. We can cater our workshops to both traditional and nontraditional students and their families. Events will be added to this page when scheduled.


Financial Aid Awareness Month

February 1. In-Person

In celebration of Financial Aid Awareness Month, we will be at each of MC’s three campuses with information tables, music, and giveaways.

Kickoff Event, Thursday, February 1, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. In-Person

Closing Event, Thursday, February 29, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. In-Person

Need Money?

February 13-29. Get help completing your financial aid documents. Online only.

Need Money?

  • Get help with financial aid documents
  • Complete the FAFSA or MHEC One-App (for undocumented students)
  • Submit your documents
  • Apply for scholarships

2/13, Tuesday, 1-4 pm 
2/14, Wednesday, 4-7 pm 
2/20, Tuesday, 1-4 pm 
2/21, Wednesday, 4-7 pm 
2/28, Wednesday, 4-7 pm 
2/29, Thursday, 4-7 pm

Registration is required to attend online.


February 19 - 23, 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Get help completing the FAFSA application, In-Person

FAFSA Fest 2024

Celebrate the 2024-2025 FAFSA Fest with the MC-TRIO EOC!

Attend an in-person session with an Educational Opportunity Centers staff member or Financial Aid Officer, for 2024-2025 FAFSA application assistance.

The Gudelsky Institute for Technical Education, GU 23351
Mannakee Street, Rockville, MD 20850

Registration is required.

Turn It in Tuesday

April 16, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. In-Person

Need help submitting your financial aid documents? Come to Turn It in Tuesday
at any of MC’s three campuses and we’ll help you meet MC’s May15
priority deadline.
Financial Aid Opportunities

Tuesday, April 16 and Wednesday, April 24. In-Person and Online

Find out what you should do after you have applied for financial aid. Learn the three things you need to know about financial aid and how to stay eligible.

Registration is required to attend online.

Previous Events

Financial Aid Night


Our webinar introduces the concepts of financial aid and scholarships to students and parents, and explores key deadline dates, Maryland state grants, and institutional scholarships. We provide a general overview of options to pay for college.

There is a live question and answer period afterward.

Registration is required.

Watch Financial Aid Night 2023
Watch Financial Aid Night 2022
Watch Financial Aid Night 2021