Federal Aid

Ogeechee Technical College offers several types of federal aid which is referred to as Title IV aid. These programs are the Federal PELL Grant, the Federal Supplemental Opportunity Grant, and the Federal Work Study Program. To receive federal aid, students must be enrolled in a Title IV eligible program and must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

(To receive PELL, FSEOG, or FWS, you must be enrolled in one of the programs below)

Accounting AAS Degree
Accounting Diploma
Administrative Support Assistant Cert
Adv Computer Security Specialist Technical Cert
Agribusiness AAS Degree
Agribusiness Diploma
Air Conditioning Repair Specialist Cert
Air Conditioning Technology Diploma
Applied Technical Management AAS
Automotive Chassis Tech Specialist Cert
Automotive Engine Performance Tech Cert
Automotive Engine Repair Technician Cert
Automotive Technology Diploma
Baking and Pastry Specialist Certificate
Business Administrative Technology AAS Degree
Business Healthcare Technology AAS Degree
Business Healthcare Technology Diploma
Business Technology Diploma
Business Management AAS Degree
Business Management Diploma
Carpentry Fundamentals Certificate
Catering Specialist Certificate
Commercial Construction Management AAS Degree
Commercial Wiring Certificate
Comp TIA A+ Certified Technician Prep Cert
Computed Tomography Specialist Certificate
Computerized Accounting Specialist Cert
Conservation Law Enforcement AAS Degree
Construction Management AAS Degree
Construction Management Diploma
Cosmetology Diploma
Criminal Justice Technology AAS Degree
Criminal Justice Technology Diploma
Culinary Arts AAS Degree
Culinary Arts Diploma
Cybersecurity AAS Degree
Dental Assisting Diploma
Diagnostic Medical Sonography AAS Degree

Early Childhood Care and Education AAS Degree
Early Childhood Care and Education Diploma
Echocardiography AAS Degree
Electrical Systems Technology Diploma
EMS Professionals Diploma
Esthetician Certificate
Fish and Wildlife Management AAS Degree
Fish and Wildlife Management Diploma
Food Production Worker I Certificate
Funeral Service Education AAS Degree
Hair Designer Certificate
Health Care Assistant Certificate
Healthcare Billing and Reimbursement Cert
Healthcare Office Assistant Cert
Health Information Technology AAS Degree
Heavy Diesel Service Technician Certificate
Human Resource Management Specialist Certificate
Industrial Electrical Technology Diploma
Informational Technology Professional AAS
Informational Technology Professional Diploma
Interdisciplinary Studies AAS Degree
Logistics Management Associate of Science Degree
Logistics & Supply Chain Mgmt AAS Degree
Management & Leadership Specialist Cert
Medical Assisting Diploma
Medical Coding Certificate
Medical Office Manager Certificate
Microsoft Office Application Professional Cert
Opticianry AAS Degree
Opticianry Diploma
Paramedicine Diploma
Pharmacy Technology Diploma
Practical Nursing Diploma
Radiologic Technology AAS Degree
Sustainable Small Farm Tech Cert
Surgical Technology AAS Degree
Veterinary Technician Assistant Certificate
Veterinary Technology AAS Degree


OTC's Title IV Institution Code used on the FAFSA is 030300.

Federal Pell Grant

Students who demonstrate financial need, who are enrolled in a Title IV eligible program, and who have not received a bachelor's degree may qualify for this grant.  Eligibility is determined by the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) as calculated using information provided by the student/parent on the FAFSA. The amount of PELL ranges up to $5815 per academic year.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)

Students who demonstrate extreme financial need may qualify for FSEOG. This federal grant is awarded based on the student’s EFC and the availability of funds. Eligibility is based on a first come-first served basis. Only students who are Pell Grant eligible may receive this grant. This fund is extremely limited and not all eligible students may receive funds.

Federal Work Study (FWS)

The Federal Work Study Program provides employment for Title IV eligible students who demonstrate financial need. FWS gives students the opportunity to work in different environments. Positions are available on campus or in a community service position on a part-time basis. Students are paid no less than minimum wage and usually work up to 20 hours per week. Funding is limited as prescribed by the U.S. Department of Education.

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Contact Information

One Joseph E. Kennedy Blvd. | Statesboro, Georgia 30458
Phone: 912.681.5500  |  Email: fa@ogeecheetech.edu