Finances

  1. How much does it cost to attend PCC?

    PCC is one of the most affordable Christian colleges in the nation. To see specific costs, go to the financial information page.

  2. What if I need financial help?

    Scholarships, on-campus work, the Fourth-Year-Free program, and Abeka Fund loans are available.

  3. What if I need a job to pay for college?

    You can choose off-campus employment, or work on campus. To avoid work/class scheduling conflicts and make getting to work easy, over 2,500 students each semester choose to take part in on-campus Student Employment Opportunities, where earnings are applied toward their college account each month.

    You can earn money between semesters by working during the 5-week Christmas break or during summer break, which begins early in May. Students who work on campus during Interterm or summer receive free room and board during their stay.

  4. Do I need a loan or grant to pay for college expenses?

    PCC students are normally able to pay for college without loans because of the affordable rate, Student Employment Opportunities, and scholarships available. In fact, a recent survey showed that most PCC students are able to graduate debt free. If you find yourself needing a loan, take a look at Abeka Fund loans. Of course, some students take advantage of personal loans and privately funded scholarships. PCC does not accept federal or state funds or government-funded state loans.

  5. Is PCC an eligible institution for me to claim a tuition tax deduction?

    Although PCC is accredited, the College does not participate in student aid programs administered by the Department of Education or receive any state or federal funding. Accordingly, the College is not able to provide 1098-T tax forms for tuition tax deductions.

What if I have more questions?
Please contact us. We’re excited you’re considering PCC and would be glad to answer your questions.

Why Choose PCC?

Types of Scholarships Available

Alumni Employed or in Grad School Within 1 Year
(Based on 2015–2017 alumni survey respondents)

amount saved by enrolling in the Fourth Year Free Program

homeschool students