The community colleges will continue to accept enrollment in PACT on a first come, first served consideration. If you are thinking about starting college in the fall, now is the time to fill out your FAFSA and apply to your local community college.
PACT is "last-dollar funding, meaning it covers the gap between the federal and state grants you receive (Pell and Roberta Willis grants), and the cost of attending community college (tuition and mandatory fees). In order to receive PACT funding, go through the normal process of applying, registering for classes (12+ credits), and filling out the FAFSA. Entry into the program will continue to be accepted on a first-come first-serve basis.
PACT is our Pledge to Advance Connecticut through a unified, consistent community college system that is accessible, inclusive, and affordable-while maintaining excellence in education. We invite Connecticut residents to gain a degree or certificate towards reaching full potential, and creating a future filled with opportunity and achievement. An investment in education pays off not only for individuals, but for our state as a whole.
PACT is our pledge to support the state's advancement - with productive citizens and skilled workers who can fill the many jobs developed by our innovative business community. PACT is our pledge to advance the unity of our communities, working together to ensure Connecticut maintains its competitive edge; holding high standards and strengthening its entrepreneurial, innovative, and inventive spirit.
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