Thank you for choosing Gwinnett Technical College to further your education! Our office is committed to helping you finance your education in a timely manner. We understand that the process can be daunting, but our staff is here to assist you in any way that we can.

You must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) every year to be considered for federal or state aid. Always include the school code (016139) on the FAFSA, and if possible, use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool to reduce errors on your application. Visit FAFSA.gov and apply today!

Watch the videos below for information about the FAFSA and for additional FAFSA resources, please visit our FAFSA Help page.

FAFSA Help

CARES Act – Student Information

August 12, 2021 Update:

Gwinnett Technical college has been awarded an additional $10.9 million through The Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund III (HEERF III) created by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 to support students who have exceptional need due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The third round of HEERF III funding is very similar to the HEERF II funds, as it still requires emphasis on students who exhibit exceptional need and non-Title IV eligible students are eligible for the funding.

Eligible students will receive automatic grants applied to their account. Gwinnett Technical College will disburse one payment in fall and spring terms for students enrolled in A/B terms and secondary payment for newly enrolled students for Term C. These amounts are based on the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) formula indicated on a completed FAFSA along with enrolled credit hours.

We encourage all students who have not completed a FAFSA to complete one as soon as possible to determine accurate CARES III eligibility. Please note, your enrollment and EFC at the time of disbursement will determine your fund amounts. The amount you receive in fall term may not be the same amount you receive in spring term. Any changes made after the initial fund disbursement, we will not increase those amounts.

The Department of Education released eligibility guidance regarding the HEERF III CARES Act funds. All CARES Act (HEERF III) funds released to the College will be disbursed to students who meet the following federal eligibility criteria:

  • Enrolled in at least 1 credit hour for the fall 2021 and/or spring 2022 term
  • Exemplify exceptional need as determined by completing the FAFSA and the Expected Family Contribution model
  • Not enrolled as the following student types:
    • Dual Enrollment
    • Transient

Allocation and Distribution Model:

Gwinnett Technical College has developed the following distribution model for the Emergency CARES Act (HEERFIII) funds based on student populations displaying exceptional need and enrollment hours. To find your EFC, please refer to your most recent Student Aid Report that was sent upon completion of your FAFSA. The same distribution model will be used for Spring 2022 terms.

TierAward
Tier 1: Zero EFC + FT$1,750
Tier 2: Zero EFC + PT$1,250
Tier 3: EFC $1 – $5,846$750
Tier 4: EFC $5,847 – $99,999$475
Tier 5: No EFC – (Foreign)* Will default to 0 EFC, amount based on credit hours
Tier 6: No EFC – Application Required$250

If funds are not fully expended at the end of Spring 2022 term, the Office of Financial Aid will issue a notice to all enrolled students for Summer term to offer the opportunity to apply for additional emergency funding.

Students who did not complete a FAFSA will have to complete an application that will be placed on their BANNER account. For any additional questions, please feel free to email: financialaidoffice@gwinnetttech.edu


March 16, 2021 Update:

Gwinnett Technical College has been awarded an additional $2.6 million through the Federal Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) to continue to support students who have exceptional need due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The second round of HEERF II (CARES II) funding is not the same as the first grant program. The new round of funding requires emphasis on students with exceptional need; therefore, eligibility requirements have changed. Students who were non-Title IV eligible may now be eligible for CARES II funds. Additionally, students who received the first round of CARES funds, may not necessarily receive the same level of funds this time, due to the new allocation formula.

Eligible students will receive automatic grants applied to their account. These amounts are based on the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) formula indicated on a completed FAFSA. We encourage all students who have not completed a FAFSA to complete one as soon as possible to determine accurate CARES II eligibility. Funds will be disbursed until fully expended. Please note, your enrollment and EFC at the time of disbursement will determine your fund amounts. Any changes made after the initial fund disbursement, will not increase amounts.

The Department of Education released eligibility guidance regarding the HEERF2 CARES Act funds. All CARES Act (HEERF2) funds released to the College will be disbursed to students who meet the following federal eligibility criteria: 

  • Enrolled in at least 1 credit hour for the Spring 2021 term
  • Exemplify exceptional need as determined by completing the FAFSA and the Expected Family Contribution model
  • Not enrolled as the following student types:
    • DACA
    • International/Foreign
    • Dual Enrollment
    • Transient

Allocation and Distribution Model:
Gwinnett Technical College has developed the following distribution model for the Emergency CARES Act (HEERF2) funds based on student populations displaying exceptional need and enrollment hours. To find your EFC, please refer to your most recent Student Aid Report that was sent upon completion of your FAFSA.

The Department of Education released eligibility guidance regarding the HEERF2 CARES Act funds. All CARES Act (HEERF2) funds released to the College will be disbursed to students who meet the following federal eligibility criteria: 

  • Enrolled in at least 1 credit hour for the Spring 2021 term
  • Exemplify exceptional need as determined by completing the FAFSA and the Expected Family Contribution model
  • Not enrolled as the following student types:
    • DACA
    • International/Foreign
    • Dual Enrollment
    • Transient

Allocation and Distribution Model:
Gwinnett Technical College has developed the following distribution model for the Emergency CARES Act (HEERF2) funds based on student populations displaying exceptional need and enrollment hours. To find your EFC, please refer to your most recent Student Aid Report that was sent upon completion of your FAFSA.

TierAward
Tier 1: Zero EFC + Full Time Enrollment(12 credit hours or more)$1000
Tier 2: Zero EFC + PT(11 credit hours or less)$750
Tier 3: EFC $1 – $5,711$500
Tier 4: EFC $5,712 – $99,999$250
Tier 5: No EFC – Application Required$100

Students who did not complete a FAFSA will have to complete an application that will be placed on their BANNER account. For any additional questions, please feel free to email: financialaidoffice@gwinnetttech.edu

CARES II disbursements will be made the week of March 22, 2021. All payments will be applied to the student’s Banner account, generating a refund. Refunds will then be distributed via BankMobile. If you have already made a refund preference with BankMobile then login to your account at bankmobilevibe.com to view your refund status. If you have not made a refund preference, visit www.refundselection.com to obtain your personal code and select a refund option. BankMobile refund options include an ACH to a bank account or opening a BankMobile Vibe account. Students who opted to have the funds applied to any outstanding balances will see the credit on their banner student account.


January 6, 2021 Update:

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Report – Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students

Gwinnett Technical College (OPE ID: 02288400) received education stabilization funds under Section 18004(a)(1) of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”), Public Law No: 116-136. This Fund Report applies to the student portion received under the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund that is designated exclusively for emergency financial aid grants to students.

The college appreciates that Congress and the President have made these critical funds available for eligible students who have expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to the coronavirus pandemic. We take receipt of these federal funds seriously and are distributing them in accordance with the CARES Act and implementing guidance

The college is making the below information available for transparency purposes and in compliance with the U.S. Department of Education’s (“Department”) Electronic Announcement of May 6, 2020.1 For questions or concerns regarding this Fund Report, please contact Andra Peterson, Director of Financial Aid, at apeterson@gwinnetttech.edu.

The college signed and returned to the Department the Certification and Agreement [for] Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students. The college has used, or intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide emergency financial aid grants to students.

The total amount of funds that the college will receive or has received from the Department pursuant to the college’s Certification and Agreement [for] Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students is $2,668,288.

The total amount of emergency financial aid grants distributed to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act is:

Fund Report as of:

  • 12/31/2020 2,307,125
  • 10/31/2020 2,050,500
  • 9/30/2020 1,988,500
  • 8/31/2020 1,988,500
  • 7/27/2020 1,965,250
  • 6/29/2020 1,953,250

The estimated total number of students at the college eligible to participate in programs under Section 484 in Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, and thus eligible to receive emergency financial aid grants under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act is:

Fund Report as of

  • 12/31/2020 2032
  • 10/31/2020 3,875
  • 9/30/2020 3,892
  • 8/31/2020 3,892
  • 7/27/2020 3,880
  • 6/29/2020 3,857

The total number of students who have received an emergency financial aid grant under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act is:

Fund Report as of:

  • 12/31/2020 4434
  • 10/31/2020 3,875
  • 9/30/2020 3,892
  • 8/31/2020 3,892
  • 7/27/2020 3,880
  • 6/29/2020 3,857

The methods used by the college to determine which students receive emergency financial aid grants and how much they would receive under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act are provided at Attachment A.

Any instructions, directions, or guidance provided by the college to students concerning the emergency financial aid grants are provided at Attachment B.

Funds will continue to be distributed to those students who request funding on a first come first come basis. If you feel as if you are eligible, please email financialaidoffice@gwinnetttech.edu from your student email address and please include your student ID. Effective January 1st, 2021. Students who make the request for funding will have 30 days to complete the application. If the application is not complete within that timeframe, that application will be denied so we may assist the students who are needing help immediately.


May 12, 2020 Update:

Gwinnett Technical College signed and returned to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement for the HEERF Cares Act Funds. The College intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

The Department of Education has recently released some updated guidance about CARES Act funding. These funds released to the College will be disbursed to those students who meet the following federal eligibility criteria:

  • Student must have a completed a 19-20 FAFSA, with no outstanding items, and determined to be Title IV eligible.
  • Student must have been enrolled, in at least one credit hour, in a Title IV eligible program, Spring semester, after March 16th.
  • Student must be meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress standards.
  • Student must meet certain student type criteria established by the Department of Education. The following student types have been excluded:
    • “H” dual enrollment student (HS or equivalent must be completed)
    • coded as foreign “F”
    • coded as transient student (receive funds from home institution)
    • defaulted on student loans, overpayments, or other loan restrictions
    • Term B (part of term ended prior to March 16)
    • enrolled exclusively in online courses for the spring term

More specific information on eligibility criteria and fund information can be found here at the Department of Education’s website.

We encourage you to submit a 19/20 FAFSA if you have not already done so. If you completed a FAFSA, please check your financial aid status via your student Banner account, to submit any missing documents. (Instructions to do so can be found here.) This will allow the Financial Aid Office to determine your eligibility.

Allocation of funds:

  • Gwinnett Technical College’s student allocation was $2,668,288. The eligible student population indicates that 4,202 spring semester students initially met the required criteria.
  • Gwinnett Technical College will at the outset award all eligible students a standard amount. Eligible spring semester students will receive a $500 one-time disbursement totaling $2,101,000. $315,000 will be reserved for potential additional eligible students.
  • The remaining funds will be available for $250, one-time grant requests, for eligible students experiencing emergency and substantial hardship, due to the Coronavirus pandemic. To apply for consideration of additional grant monies:
    • Eligible students can email a request through their student email account to FinancialAidOffice@GwinnettTech.edu
    • If the Financial Aid Office determines the student is eligible to apply, the application link will be added to the student Banner account.
    • Students must complete the electronic application and upload required supporting documentation, by June 30, 2020.
    • Grant requests will be reviewed within ten business days of submission. Funds will be awarded and disbursed upon application approval.
  • Any funds not fully disbursed from initial allocations, will be added to the grant request funds. Should funds remain as of July 31, 2020, further disbursements may be made to eligible students enrolled summer semester, who were also enrolled Spring semester during the pandemic timeframe.

All payments will be applied to the student’s Banner account, generating a refund. Refunds will then be distributed via BankMobile. If you have already made a refund preference with BankMobile then login to your account at bankmobilevibe.com to view your refund status. If you have not made a refund preference, visit www.refundselection.com to obtain your personal code and select a refund option. BankMobile refund options include an ACH to a bank account or opening a BankMobile Vibe account.

The timeline of initial disbursements is as follows:
May 12: 4,202 initial payments of $500 awarded to student accounts
May 14: 4,202 initial refunds posted to student accounts. BankMobile will make refunds available 1-2 business days after May 14.
Students should monitor their student email accounts beginning May 14 for a refund status update from BankMobile.

Questions?

  • For questions on eligibility, email FinancialAidOffice@GwinnettTech.edu from your student email account and include your name and student identification (900#).
  • For questions on BankMobile access of funds distributed, email Bursar@GwinnettTech.edu from your student email account and include your name and student identification (900#).
Financial Aid Steps
  1. Submit the FAFSA
    • Complete the 2020-2021 FAFSA for the Fall 2020, Spring 2021, and Summer 2021 semesters
    • Complete the 2021-2022 FAFSA for the Fall 2021, Spring 2022, and Summer 2022 semesters
  2. Check Your Email
    • Check the email address you used on the FAFSA approximately 5 business days after you submit your application. We will send a notification that lists additional requirements, and how to obtain them on your Student Banner Account. For assistance with Student Banner navigation, click the FAQ’s and How-To’s link on the left panel.
  3. Submit the Requested Documents
    • You must be accepted into a Financial Aid eligible program of study before we review your file and award funds. The Financial Aid process can be lengthy; it can take up to 4 weeks to review your eligibility. Please submit the requested documents as soon as possible.
  4. Check Your Student Banner Account
    • Updates to your Financial Aid file can happen at any time. Review your Student Banner Account periodically for updates and award offers.
  5. Accept Your Awards
    • Once you are accepted into a Financial Aid eligible program and your documents have been reviewed, we will send an award letter email to your GwinnettTech.edu account.
  6. Review Financial Aid Authorizations
    • The Financial Aid Office will authorize your aid based on your enrollment status. The funds can be viewed in Banner on the “Account Summary by Term” screen by clicking on the semester name. If your “Authorized Aid” balance is greater than the “Account Balance,” or tuition and fees owed to the college, then you do not have to take further action. Please click on the FAQ’s and How-To’s link on the left panel for more information.
Dynamic Forms Process – Financial Aid Steps

Beginning with the 2019-2020 award year the financial aid forms will be in electronic format through Dynamic Forms. You will need to log into your Banner account to view your outstanding requirements and click on the link to access Dynamic Forms. Your electronic forms will not be reviewed until all requirements have been submitted. Login to your Banner account at login.gwinnetttech.edu. If you have not applied to be a student at Gwinnett Technical College you will not have access to student email, Banner or Dynamic Forms.

If you are considered to be a dependent student (according to your FAFSA), before you are directed to your form, you must first provide your parent’s contact information. Your parent will receive an email inviting them to create a login, then they would be able to review and electronically sign after you have completed your portion.

All electronic forms can only be submitted once. Forms can be saved and re-visited if necessary. If you made a mistake on your form and would like to submit a new form, please email the Office of Financial Aid at FinancialAidOffice@GwinnettTech.edu to let us know.

Cannot access Dynamic Forms (login not working)
Please ensure you are using Google Chrome as your web browser.

  1. Close everything that is open on your computer/device.
  2. Open Google Chrome and clear your browsing history.
    1. Click on the icon at the top right of the browser (three vertical dots)
      “customize and control Google Chrome”
    2. Select “history”
    3. Select “clear browsing data” (located on the far-left column)
    4. Ensure the following are checked:
      • Browsing history
      • Cookies and other site data
      • Cached images and files
    5. Click on “Clear data”
  3. Open your Banner account and go to your required documents (Note: if you are trying to access a “rejected” document, you will use the link provided in the rejected email to access the document)

Supporting Document Upload

  • If supporting documents are required, you will need to upload all the required documents into your computer/device prior to submitting any Dynamic Form.
  • Acceptable file formats are: PDF, Images (.jpg, .gif, .png), and Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx).  Maximum file size is 25MB. 
  • PDF documents are preferred but require the free Adobe® Reader® software to be installed on your machine. (Download and install the software if you do not currently have it installed). 
  • Multiple page documents should be saved as one file. For help with how to combine your files into one please click on one of these links for instructions: WindowsiPhone and iPadAndroid.
  • If you are having trouble with uploading your supporting documents please stop by the One Stop to see an Enrollment Support Advisor or email the Office of Financial Aid at FinancialAidOffice@GwinnettTech.edu.

Helpful Links

Eligibility
  • Be a regularly admitted student enrolled in an eligible program of study
  • Be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen (verification of eligible non-citizen status may be required)
  • Be a high school graduate or have a recognized equivalent (official high school transcript, GED certificate, etc.)
  • Not be in default on a federal student loan or owe an over payment on a Federal Student Aid (FSA) grant or loan;
  • Not have borrowed in excess of the annual or aggregate loan limits for FSA
  • Be registered with the Selective Service (if required)
  • Be satisfying Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards
  • Have a valid Social Security number
  • Not have been convicted of an illegal drug-related offense committed while receiving financial aid. If convicted, the student must visit the FAFSA website to complete the FAFSA. The student will be asked about their drug conviction status and provided a “Drug Worksheet” to complete in order to determine eligibility. Additional help is available by calling 800-4FED-AID (800-433-3243)
  • Be enrolled at least half-time if applying to receive Federal Direct Loan funding
  • Not be incarcerated
  • Certify the federal student aid will only be used for educational purposes
  • Demonstrate financial need for the Pell Grant program or Subsidized Loan programs.
  • Students must apply for federal student aid every year.  In order to determine financial aid eligibility, students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  Gwinnett Technical College Federal School Code is 016139.
Financial Aid Deadlines

Fall 2021 Semester

  • Fall FAFSA Filing Deadline: Monday, May 10, 2021
  • Fall Financial Aid Document Submission Deadline: Friday, June 11
  • Fall Registration Tuition/Fee Payment Deadline: Monday, October 25, 2021 (5:30 p.m. on campus or 11:50 p.m. online)

Fall 2021 Mini-Mester Term C

  • Financial Aid Document Submission Deadline for Mini-Mester Term C: Thursday, September 9, 2021
  • Fall Mini-Mester Term C Fee Payment Deadline:  Tuesday, October 25, 2021 (11:50 PM online)

Spring 2022 Semester

  • Spring FAFSA Filing Deadline: Monday, October 11, 2022
  • Spring Financial Aid Document Submission Deadline: Thursday, November 5, 2021
  • Spring Priority Registration Fee Payment Deadline: Monday, December 14, 2022 (5:30 p.m. on campus or 11:50 p.m. online)

Spring 2022 Mini-Mester Term C

  • Financial Aid Document Submission Deadline for Mini-Mester Term C: Friday, January 21, 2022
  • Spring Mini-Mester Term C Fee Payment Deadline: Tuesday, March 8, 2022 (5:30 p.m. on campus or 11:50 p.m. online)

Summer 2022 Semester

  • Summer FAFSA Filing Deadline: Friday, March 4, 2022
  • Summer Financial Aid Document Submission Deadline: Thursday, March 31, 2022
  • Summer Priority Registration Fee Payment Deadline: Monday, May 2, 2022 (5:30 p.m. on campus or 11:50 p.m. online)

End of Aid Year Verification Dates

  • 2020-2021 Final Verification Document Deadline: July 1, 2021
  • 2021-2022 Final Verification Document Deadline: July 1, 2022

Students should complete their FAFSA, using our school code 016139, as soon as possible.

The FAFSA and requested documents should be submitted to Gwinnett Tech by the Financial Aid Document Submission Deadline date. This gives the Financial Aid Office time to process and award aid up to 4 weeks before the tuition/fee payment deadline.

If your file is not complete by the priority deadline, you should consider paying for your educational costs using the Nelnet Payment Plan. Click “Payment Plans” on the right panel for more information.

Please note: Nelnet is NOT available for the Mini-Mester Term C.

If you have not been awarded Financial Aid or agreed to a Nelnet plan by the Tuition/Fee Payment Deadline, your courses will be dropped.

2021-2022 Verification Documentation Deadline: June 11, 2021

2021-2022 FAFSA Completion Deadline: May 10, 2021

Awarding Procedure

Federal and State Grants are automatically accepted on your behalf in your Student Banner Account. Grants are awarded based on your enrollment status each semester. Loans must be accepted each semester on your Student Banner Account and may require additional actions. Please click on Federal Funds and State Funds options in the panel on the right for more information.

Financial Aid funds are initially awarded for Fall and Spring semesters only. If you are interested in taking summer courses and would like to use your remaining aid, please submit the Summer Survey. The survey will be available on your Student Banner Account in the early Spring. 

Please note: If you receive loan disbursements in the Fall and Spring semesters, you may not have loan funds available for the Summer. Please budget accordingly.

Pell Grant Census Date Policy

Gwinnett Technical College utilizes a Census Date to determine Pell Grant Eligibility. This date will refer to the point in which your enrollment at Gwinnett Technical College is locked for the semester. This enrollment lock does not apply to any other types of Financial Aid. Student enrollment as of 11:59 on the Census Date will determine Pell Grant Eligibility. If you have a schedule that includes a class in Mini-Mester Term C, your Pell Grant Census Date will defer to the Mini-Mester Term C Census Date. Any withdrawals before that can be subject to your Pell Grant being reduced.

If a student has a schedule that initially includes a Mini-Mester Term C class, and they decide to drop that class, the applicable census date will automatically revert back to the Pell Census Date for Terms A/B.

New students who are registering during Mini-Mester Term C registration will default to the Mini-Mester Term C Census Date only.

2021-2022 Gwinett Tech Pell Grant Census 

  • Fall 2021 Terms A/B- August 16
  • Fall 2021 Mini-Mester Term C – October 7
  • Spring 2022 Terms A/B- January 13
  • Spring 2022 Mini-Mester Term C – March 9
  • Summer 2022- May 26

Hope/Zell Scholarship Request Form

If you are eligible for HOPE or Zell Miller Scholarship, the HOPE/Zell Scholarship Request form will be posted to your Student Banner Account.  You must complete the Dynamic Form in your Banner account before any eligible HOPE or Zell Miller Scholarship funds can be awarded on your student account.  It will take up to 4 weeks to process the request after all documents have been received.  Please use the steps below to locate the document:

  • Login to your account on Login.Gwinnetttech.edu
  • Click on “Student Services & Financial Aid”
  • Go to the Financial Aid Folder
  • Click on “My Award Information”
  • Select “Award Package for Aid Year”
  • Select the applicable Aid Year of “2021-2022”
  • Scroll to the bottom of the page to the last box and click on “Overall Financial Aid Status” in blue
  • Click on “Student Requirements” in blue
  • Click on the HOPE/Zell Miller Scholarship Request and follow the instructions on how to submit it via Dynamic Forms
  • Once you submit the request, please allow our office up to 4 weeks to process
  • If you are eligible, you will be notified through your Gwinnett Tech email account

If you have attended Gwinnett Technical College within the last 2 prior terms and you received HOPE or Zell Scholarship you do not need to complete the form. However, if you are new to the institution or never received HOPE or Zell Miller scholarship and fit the criteria below, you will complete the dynamic form.

  • Accepted into an Associates Program
  • 2021-2022 Award Letter has been posted to your Student Banner account

2020 – 2021 Year Round Summer Pell Grant

To qualify for year-round summer Pell Award the student must be enrolled in six (6) credit hours during the summer term. Summer awards will be based on full-time enrollment (12 or more credit hours) and award amounts will be adjusted or canceled once enrollment is confirmed and academic progress is reviewed.

Below are scenarios describing how year-round summer Pell Grant is processed. For more information, please contact the Gwinnett Tech Financial Aid Office.

Scenario 1Fall 2020Spring 2021Summer 2021
Enrollment12 hours12 hours3 hours
Pell award$3098$3097$0
Scenario 2Fall 2020Spring 2021Summer 2021
Enrollment12 hours9 hours3 hours
Pell award$3098$2286$811
Scenario 3Fall 2020Spring 2021Summer 2021
Enrollment12 hours12 hours6 hours
Pell award$3098$3097$1549
Scenario 4Fall 2020Spring 2021Summer 2021
Enrollment12 hours12 hours12 hours
Pell award$3098$3097$3098
Bookstore Authorizations

After their educational costs are covered, students who have excess Financial Aid funds can use a portion of the aid in the bookstore. You have up to $600 in Pell Grant and up to $600 in Student Loan funds to use in the Bookstore. Authorizations begin approximately one week before the semester begins, and end one week after classes start.

**For Mini-Mester Term C Book Authorizations you have up to $300 in Pell Grant and up to $300 in Student Loan funds to use in the Bookstore **

Fall Semester 2021

Bookstore Authorization Period:
Monday, July 26, 2021 – Saturday, August 17, 2021 (online ends on August 14)

Refunds

Fall 2021 Refund Dates:

  • 1st Disbursement Refunds will begin being processed on September 10, 2021
  • Mini-Mester C Refunds will begin being processed on November 5, 2021

Spring 2022 Refund Dates:

  • 1st Disbursement Refunds will begin being processed on February 11, 2021
  • Mini-Mester C Refunds will begin being processed on April 8, 2022

Summer 2022 Refund Dates:

  • 1st Disbursement Refunds will begin being processed on June 24, 2022

For questions regarding refund amounts and disbursement dates, please contact them at 678-226-1212, Bursar@GwinnettTech.edu, or in-person at the Lawrenceville campus.
You can also check refund and disbursements amounts on your Student Banner Account. For more information, click the FAQ’s and How-To’s link on the right panel, or contact the Bursar’s Office directly.


BankMobile Refund Choice

Gwinnett Technical College has partnered with BankMobile to deliver your financial aid refund. To ensure quick and secure delivery of any refund owed to you, please set up an account with Bank Mobile at RefundSelection.Com.

If you are a new student, you will receive a green envelope in the mail and/or an email to your Student Email with a personal code that is necessary to set up the account a few weeks after classes begin.  Please visit BankMobile Refund Choices for more information. If you did not receive a communication from BankMobile, you will need to reach out to the Bursar’s Office for additional assistance:

1098-T

Gwinnett Technical College has partnered with Heartland ECSI, offering you the opportunity to receive your 1098-T Tuition Statement electronically this year. If you were eligible to receive your 1098-T and would like to receive your form electronically, please give your consent by following the link provided below and following the step-by-step instructions. 
If you were unable to give an electronic consent, then it is likely that Gwinnett Technical College did not create a 1098T form for you.  If you have questions about the 1098T form, please contact us at Bursar@GwinnettTech.edu
1098-T’s will be provided by mail at the end of January 2020.
1098-T Electronic Consent

The benefits of receiving electronic notifications are:

  • Online delivery provides access to the form 1098-T earlier than the traditional mailing process.
  • Online delivery eliminates the chance that the 1098-T will get lost, misdirected or delayed during delivery, or misplaced once the student receives it.
  • Signing up for online delivery is easy and secure.
  • Students can receive their 1098-T form while traveling or away from their home address.

To give consent to receive your 1098-T form electronically, click on the link below and follow the simple instructions to sign up!

It’s that easy!
If you want additional information regarding your tax document and would like contact information for Heartland ECSI, please visit http://www.ecsi.net/taxinfo.html

For additional questions regarding your 1098T form, please contact the Bursar Office directly at: