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El Paso Community College (EPCC) Financial Aid and Scholarships

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When it comes to the financial aid provided by El Paso Community College, they have efficiently served students who need it. Most of their aid comes from federal and state agencies and other foundations and comes in the form of grants, work-study, scholarships, and loans. We’ve given you a brief overlook at some of them down below:


El Paso Community College (EPCC) offers various types of scholarships to its students. Few scholarships are based on merit, financial need, specialization, or educational interest.

  • El Paso Restaurant Association:  This scholarship is offered to the student who intends to join or sign up for a college Culinary or Hospitality program. To qualify student need to maintain a GPA of 2.5 for full-time status. This scholarship awards the amount of $2,500 to qualified students.

El Paso Community College discloses very little information regarding scholarships available at college. In order to know more about the scholarships that EPCC provides, we recommend that you visit EPCC scholarships and contact their representatives.


Federal Grants

  • Federal Pell Grant:  This grant is usually awarded only to undergraduate students who display exceptional financial needs and have not earned a bachelor’s degree. A Federal Pell Grant, unlike a loan, does not have to be repaid. The awarded amount under this grant is determined by the demonstrated financial need by the student through FAFSA.

  • Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant: SEOG is the additional grant to the Pell grant. If Pell-eligible student demonstrate exceptional financial need, then they are awarded by the SEOG.

State grant

  • Texas Public Educational Grant (TPEG): This grant is offered to the student who exhibits the financial need. To qualify student need to sign up at least for half-time status.

  • Toward Excellence Access and Success Grant (Texas Grant):  This grant is offered to the student, to prepare them and make them eligible for the public and private nonprofit institution.

In order to know more about the Grants that El Paso Community College provides, we recommend that you visit EPCC Grant and contact their representatives.

Financial Aid Breakdown

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El Paso Community College Offers various types of financial aid and for their financial aid programs with the sole criterion that the student applying must be a resident of Texas and other eligible students. Most of the students require financial aid, EPCC ensures that students get the appropriate aid according to their qualification. EPCC also provides scholarships and grants to students who either show academic excellence or are in need of substantial financial assistance. 

The EPCC is able to provide quality financial aid to its students, as the financial aid awarded to the students reaches a huge amount of around $91,056,455.

  • Approximately 78% of the students were able to get federal aid with an average of $6,926.


  • 78% of the students also get the Pell Grant, which amounts to an average of $6,847.

  • Approximately, 30% of students receive the state grant with an average of $2,198.

  • 3% of students at the EPCC receive institutional grants, which are valued at an average of $2,086.

Federal Aid based on Family Income

Family Income

Average Federal Aid Per Year

Under $30,000


$30,001 - $48,000


$48,001 - $75,000


$75,001 - $110,000


Over $110,000


FAFSA determines how much a student must contribute each year to the college tuition, how much financial aid they are eligible for, and how it provides the students with a clear understanding of what to expect from each type of assistance they receive. With that said, we are able to provide a clear perspective on how much you may expect to receive based on your family income.

  • The average financial assistance provided to the student who has a family income of under $30,000 is $8,263.

  • The students who have a family income in a range between $30,001 to $48,000 they are provided  the average financial aid of $6,780

  • The average financial aid of $4,437 is offered to the students who have an income range of $48,001 to $75,000.


  • The students and families who have an annual income fall in $75,001 to $110,000 the average federal aid provided are $1,137. Students whose income point falls at $110,000 or above receive an average of $247.



Student Loans for El Paso Community College (EPCC)

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