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The Maine Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC) will assist qualifying students to file their FAFSA and navigate any hurdles that may come up along the way. Most KVCC students will qualify to access help through MEOC.
KVCC's MEOC liaison is Dori Leadbetter (contact info found on this website)
Additional financial assistance for students already participating in the Parents as Scholars Program (PaS), the Higher Opportunity for Pathways to Employment (HOPE), the Competitive Skills Scholarship Program (CSSP) and the Dislocated Worker Benefit Program (DWB).
This is an application tor assistance with expenses associated with transportation (typically granted to students needing to travel long distance to clinical sites, but sometimes other students qualify)
Link to financial resources students may apply for through KVCC (ie CRRSSAA funds and the Emergent Needs Scholarship Fund) and a short list of community resources to help stretch their budgets (see Additional Advising Resources tab for more resources)
KVCAP provides services to residents of Kennebec and Somerset counties geared toward economic and social self-sufficiency. Students can find a range of programs and direct financial assistance on this page to support them while they are in school, including the areas of childcare and housing.
This page also includes a resource directory of more than 650 partner organizations serving KVCC's catchment, broken out by area of specialization.
(207) 453-5130 or 1-800-528-5882 ext. 5121
Fairfield Campus: Frye Building
Enrollment Services Center
Monday-Thursday: 8:00 am - 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm