Your college degree is an investment—an investment in your future. However, trying to figure out how to pay for college can be stressful. Should you apply for scholarships, get a part-time job, or take out a loan?

Don’t worry!

At PCC, we’ve made it easy for you to decide. With approximately 79% of students graduating debt-free, PCC has four different financial options available to help you succeed.

Since 1974, the mission of Pensacola Christian College has been to train Christian leaders to influence the world for Christ and to help them afford that training by underwriting a portion of student costs. The actual annual cost to attend PCC as an undergraduate student is approximately $21,800. Yet, PCC students benefit from an estimated yearly personal cost of $15,090. And with the help of PCC’s financial aid options, students have even more opportunity to reduce that cost.

Four Ways to Achieve a Financially Stress-Free Degree


When you apply to PCC, there are seven different scholarships you have the option to apply for.

Student Employment
Work Assistance

You can earn between $3,000 and $7,500 each year working on campus with the Work Assistance Program!

Fourth Year Tuition-Free
Fourth Year Tuition-Free

With the Fourth Year Tuition-Free, your tuition for your 7th and 8th semesters at PCC will be completely FREE!

Student Loans

If you need financial assistance during your college career, PCC has two loan options you can apply for.

PCC Cares Fund

While PCC offers the most affordable, high-quality college education, sometimes students experience a financial shortfall that may halt their college career. PCC Cares Fund offers need-based financial assistance for new and returning students. To apply for a financial assistance review, please complete the short online questionnaire. After completing the online form, you will be able to schedule an appointment to meet with our financial aid advisor either by phone or in person.

While at PCC, I participated in the Work Assistance Program, and I was given scholarships through the school to help me pay my bill. Both of these programs helped me graduate debt-free (and I had money in the bank)! So thankful for PCC’s financial aid programs.
’19 Grad