PTC Net Price Calculator for Financial Aid Estimates
PTC understands that college cost is one of the deciding factors when making your choice to attend college. This PTC Net Price Calculator will help you explore the cost of PTC education and help you make informed decisions as you plan for college for the 2022-2023 (12 months/4 quarters) academic year.
The Net Price Calculator is designed to help you estimate your financial aid options and is for planning purposes only. Remember, this is not an application for financial aid and is not a direct cost (out of pocket expenses) bill. The net price calculator is only an estimate of net cost and aid eligibility and is not an award or offer of aid. The net cost is an estimate cost of the actual cost that a student and his or her family need to pay in a given year to cover education expenses for the student to attend a particular school. Net price is determined by taking the institution’s cost of attendance and subtracting any grants and scholarships for which the student may be eligible.
The calculator is simply a tool to estimate how much your family will need to contribute for one academic year (12 months/4 quarters) at PTC. You will be asked to provide personal information about your family, and finances. We do not save this information; it is only used within the calculator. This calculator provides a good estimate, but it is not a guarantee of financial aid. The results will only be as reliable as the data you provide.
Every student is unique, and this calculator cannot consider all variables. It should be good enough to give you an idea of what to expect, but we cannot guarantee its accuracy. For the most accurate information, Apply to PTC and Complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
We encourage you to discover why a PTC education is such a wise life-long investment and visit campus to understand your direct (out of pocket) costs and discover more .
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