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What Is the Financial Aid Shopping Sheet?

The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet is a standardized form that is designed to simplify information that prospective students receive about costs and financial aid so they can make informed decisions about which postsecondary institution to attend.

The information contained in the Shopping Sheet is only current as of the date it was viewed or printed. The Cost of Attendance shown in this sheet is intended to provide you with an idea of what it will cost you to attend MCCC as a full-time student for the academic year. The Cost of Attendance includes an estimated budget amount for tuition and fees, room and board, books, transportation and miscellaneous personal expenses.

Veteran -related benefits are not included on the Shopping Sheet because the amounts cannot be determined until you have applied to the Veterans Administration and received a Certificate of Eligibility.

The net cost on the Financial Aid Shopping Sheet reflects a calculation showing the estimated cost of attendance minus the total grants and scholarships awarded to you based on your eligibility after the filing the FAFSA. It does not reflect the amount which you are responsible to pay if you have VA educational benefits applied (POST 911) and it does not factor in personal choices that may increase or reduce your actual cost of attendance.

The metrics related to graduation rate, loan default rate and median borrowing reflect average statistics for full-time students.

If you have any questions about military-related education benefits please refer to the Veterans Benefits section of this site.

You will be able to access the shopping sheet in MyMercer after you have been awarded aid for the academic year. To view your shopping sheet, access your MyMercer Student Portal.

The figures noted in the shopping sheet are based on estimates; your specific costs may differ from the information provided.