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Penn College Students’ Accounts Unaffected by PHEAA Announcement


The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency has announced that the 2009-10 state grant awards will not be finalized or disbursed until the commonwealth’s budget is approved. In the interim, Penn College students will not be impacted by that announcement. The PHEAA grant awards originally posted to students’ Penn College financial aid accounts will remain in place and continue to offset their cost of attendance. When the state budget is approved, PHEAA will notify students via e-mail, and their final state grant awards will be displayed in American Education Services’ Account Access feature. Financial Aid will continue to update students through announcements on its office Web site, the myPCT portal and PCToday.

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