Do you need financial assistance to complete community college? Check out the TFCC Plan designed to help Boston residents afford and complete college.
The Tuition-Free Community College (TFCC) Plan in Boston ensures that college education is accessible to everyone, regardless of their financial situation. This program covers tuition and fees for up to three years of study at partner colleges for Boston residents pursuing an associate degree or certificate program. Effective from Fall 2023, the eligibility for TFCC has been expanded to include all Boston residents, regardless of age, income, or immigration status. To take advantage of this opportunity, interested individuals must apply by Saturday, July 1, 2023, as funding is distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Be a Boston resident.
Enroll in an associate degree or short-term certificate program at a partner college.
Complete the FAFSA.*
*Students who are undocumented, DACA students, or have TPS, do not need to complete the FAFSA.
Covers remaining tuition and fees after other financial aid.
Provides $250/semester for up to three years of college-related expenses.
Offers up to $2,500 in debt relief for re-enrollment.
Check out the official website for common Q&A's in various languages and information on how to apply below!