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Once enrolled in TFCC, you do not need to re-apply in following years. Complete your FAFSA each year to continue receiving the Pell grant (if eligible).
No. TFCC only pays for students pursuing coursework in associate degree and short-term certificate programs. However, if you think you might want to continue your education beyond your associate degree, check out Boston Bridge or the MassArt Transfer program.
Boston Bridge is a partnership between TFCC and the State’s Commonwealth Commitment program that allows eligible students to earn a bachelor’s degree free of tuition and mandatory fees. Learn more about the Boston Bridge.
MassArt Transfer Program
The MassArt Transfer program will cover tuition, fees, and mandatory supplies for PELL-eligible students transferring from a Massachusetts community college to a bachelor’s degree program at MassArt. To learn more visit massart.edu/masstransfer or contact Shannon Gallagher, the MassArt Transfer Admissions Counselor, at email@example.com.
Yes! If you are a Boston resident, tuition and fees at the six participating colleges are free for both associate degree and short-term certificate programs.
Yes! The program will pay off debt of up to $2,500 for students with an outstanding balance at a partner college if it prevents them from re-enrolling at that college. Students must re-enroll in an associate degree or certificate program at that college.
Yes! You are eligible for free tuition if you re-enroll in a participating community college.
Yes! Your tuition at any of the six participating schools will be free if you’re a Boston resident. Contact the school of your choice to arrange any transfer of credits.