Student Q&A

How do I contact itech financial aid office?

  • Our office hours are Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  You can contact the following financial aid staff by phone or email or fax.


Melissa Mancha, Financial Aid Secretary


Phone: 239-377-9916

Fax: 239-377-9901

Who should apply for Financial Aid/FAFSA? 

  • Current and prospective students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
  • To begin your application, select the “START HERE” button on the FAFSA Homepage


How can I get help to complete my FAFSA Application?

  • Contact the financial aid office to get help with your FAFSA.


Melissa Mancha, Financial Aid Secretary

Phone: 239-377-9916


Fax: 239-377-9901

Anicca Rancy, Workforce Education Advisor

Phone: 239-377-9918


Fax: 239-377-9901

I have already completed my FAFSA Application.  How can I find out the status of my application?

  • To check the status of your FAFSA Application please contact the financial aid office.


I have some documents that I need to turn in to the financial aid office.  What is a safe way to submit my documents to the school financial aid office?

  • You may drop off your documents to the financial aid office located in our student services department.
  • You can password protect your scanned documents, and then email it to us.
  • OR fax your doc to us at 239-377-9901.


How is the financial aid office going to open my password protected documents that I email to them?

  • Once the financial aid office receives your email with your password protected documents attached, we will give you a call so you can provide us with your password.


Am I still responsible to report my attendance and grade to my funding agencies?

  • We ask all currently enrolled students to contact their funding sources for information about reporting grade and attendance.


My family is now experiencing financial hardship.  How can I get financial assistance?

  • Please contact the financial aid office for more information.
  • To get financial aid, click here to complete your FAFSA application


What is the Immokalee Technical College school code?

  • 041508 is our school code.


How do I apply for scholarships?

  • To apply for scholarships, click on the “SCHOLARSHIPS” Tab below.


How do I apply for funding for my college education?

  • For a list of funding agencies click on the “AGENCIES PROVIDING FINANCIAL AID” Tab below.


How do I get information about my veteran’s educational benefits?

  • Please contact the financial aid office for more information.


Financial Aid

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

All students seeking financial assistance at Immokalee Technical College must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at

Create an FSA ID

If you and/or your parent (for students requiring parent information on their FAFSA) need a pin to complete your FAFSA online, go to

Immokalee Technical College School Code is: 041508          


How to apply for Financial Aid



Immokalee Technical College is approved by the State Approving Agency for Veterans’ training under the Department of Veterans Affairs.  Veteran/eligible dependent should contact the financial aid office for further information.

The following sources of financial assistance are available to qualified students:

Federal Pell Grant

Community Scholarships

Florida Bright Futures Scholarships

Florida Pre-Paid

State scholarships

Veteran’s Educational Benefits

Agencies Providing Financial Aid

Community Agencies Providing Financial Aid to Eligible Students

Coalition of Florida Farmworker Organizations, Inc. (COFFO)
415 Rose Ave.

Immokalee, FL 34142
(239) 657-7272

► Provides emergency services to farmworker families in Collier, Hendry, Glades, and Palm Beach Counties.
► Provides financial assistance for farmworkers wishing to obtain skills, training, or continue their educational goals.

Farmworker Career Development Program
508 N. 9th Street
(239) 377-1193

► Comprehensive Career Counseling
► Job search assistance
► Referral to educational and social services
► Assistance in completing financial aid forms, including the PELL Grant.
► Financial aid for tuition, books, supplies, transportation, and childcare.

Immokalee Multicultural Multipurpose Community Action Agency, Inc. (IMMCAA)

Collier County Residents ONLY!
1255 N. 15th Street
Immokalee, FL 34142
(239) 657-2213

► Tuition, books, uniforms, supplies
► Childcare & Transportation cost, emergency rent, utilities, etc.

Vocational Rehabilitation Center
750 S. 5th Street
Immokalee, FL 34142

Career Source Southwest Florida
750 S. 5th Street
Immokalee, FL 34142
(239) 658-3300


How to search for scholarships: DO NOT Google “scholarship!” Use TRUSTED sites that do not charge you for a search! Not every scholarship is looking for a 4.0 and astronomical test scores, really! There are many sources of aid available to the students who want to do a little bit of work!


► Nursing and Health Science F.A. Davis Spring 2021 Scholarship

The Rotary Club of Naples Learn2Earn Scholarship Program

Naples Interagency Council Scholarship for nursing students residing in Collier County.  This is a year-round scholarship. 

► Building Construction Technology – Collier Building Industry Foundation Scholarship Application

Beier Scholarship

Community Foundation of Collier County

PDF Online Application

Southwest Florida Community Foundation

Scholarship Connector

Uncommon Friends Foundation

Office Hours

Monday thru Friday:

8:00am – 3:30pm

For More Information:

Ask for an Advisor in the Student Services Dept.

(239) 658-1080 or
(239) 377-9900

(239) 377-9916

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