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Advising and counseling services are available to any person desiring financial assistance to attend the College.

To complete your Master Promissory Note (MPN) Entrance or Exit Counseling you will click on the website below. www.studentloans.gov
  • You will need your FAFSA PIN number to “Sign in”
  • Enter your SSN, first two letters of last name, DOB and PIN Number.
  • Then choose “Complete Master Promissory Note” or “Complete Counseling”
  • New students will choose “Entrance”; graduating, withdrawn or dropping below half-time students will choose “Exit”.

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Financial Aid
Joanna Hayes Dickens, Director of Financial Aid
The following programs and sources offer aid:
  1. U. S. Department of Education
  2. PELL GRANT
  3. VETERANS
  4. TENNESSEE TUITION GRANT PROGRAM
  5. TENNESSEE TUITION SUBSIDY
  6. GUARANTEED STUDENT LOANS
  7. TENNESSEE EDUCATION LOTTERY SCHOLARSHIP
Student Guide to Financial Aid at John A. Gupton College

Financial Aid Handbook
Free Application for Federal Student Aid
The first step in receiving Financial Aid is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Remember as you complete your FAFSA to link it to the “IRS Data Retrieval Tool” or you will have to obtain a Tax Return Transcript from the US IRS Building at 801 Broadway in Nashville, phone number 615-250-5656 (we no longer accept copies of your Federal Tax Return).

Federal Direct Student Loan Program Information
All Stafford Loans are processed through the Federal Direct Student Loan Program. Please go to www.studentloans.gov to review the full information about the Direct Loan Program and to complete your Master Promissory Note.

Read more about the student loan process:
Net Price Calculator Net Price Calculator: This tool gives a rough estimate of what a new student at John A. Gupton College can expect to plan on financially. This calculation includes estimates of tuition and living expenses versus possible grant funds.

Student Loan Deferments
Any student who is enrolled for a minimum of 6 credit hours may be eligible for Student Loan Deferment. Please see the Financial Aid Director to complete the necessary paperwork for deferment if you wish to defer your student loan payments.




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