Help give information and advice for financial milestones:
Buying a car, renting an apartment, opening a bank account, understanding your taxes, buying a house, getting insurance, understanding your credit score, student loans, retirement - anything you may have a question about.
Help understand your financial aid and how to pay for college
Discussing and applying for scholarships
Walking you through FAFSA
Understanding student loans and deciding what is best for your situation
Connecting students with resources within and outside of the college
Hill College has the Pamela J. Boehm Student Emergency Aid Grant for students experiencing financial crises
FFC can help you apply for the scholarship and get you to the right resources to get past the crisis
Hill College is connected within the community and can help find resources for emergency housing, funds/resources to cover basic needs, etc.
JCC and HCC both have Rebel Resource Rooms that are stocked and FREE to all Hill College students with a valid ID. These rooms have personal care items, basic school supplies, drinks, non-perishable food items, and more.
HCC - Administration Building
JCC - Student Center
Hill College receives grant money to help students cover expenses including transportation, books/supplies, child care, rent, and more. The FFC can help determine if you qualify for this program and get you enrolled to start reimbursing those costs.
Texas has a huge amount of government assistance programs that the FFC can help you explore, including: