Financial Aid

Pursuing your degree is a significant investment — both of your time and your finances. Whether you’re a residential, commuter or online bachelor’s student, know that it’s also a valuable investment. And remember: The costs associated with your education are only half the story; scholarships, grants and other types of aid can play a significant role in making your education more affordable.

The Financial Aid Office at Brewton-Parker College strives to make a quality Christian education affordable to each and every student who applies. This website provides information on how to apply for financial aid, deadlines, and types of aid available.

Steps to Completing the Financial Aid Process

  1. Complete your FAFSA by going to
    Be sure to include BPC’s school code on your FAFSA: 001557
  2. Respond to any requests for additional information that is sent to you from the Financial Aid Office.
  3. Review and accept your financial aid awards package (see the guide below).

Don’t forget to renew your FAFSA!

Financial Aid Priority Filing Deadline is May 15th.
Students whose files are completed by this date will receive priority consideration for financial aid according to the institutional packaging policy.

Brewton-Parker College Federal School Code is 001557.


If you are a student who wishes to use Federal Direct Loans for the first time at BPC, you are required by the Department of Education to complete a Master Promissory Note (MPN) and Entrance Counseling.

This can be completed by clicking the icon above and using your FSA ID and password (the same password and ID you use for the FAFSA).

Guide to Accepting Financial Aid

Financial Aid Student Self-Service (FASS)
BPC requires students to complete the Acceptance of the Terms and Conditions and Accepting your Financial Aid Award in order to utilize Financial Aid. Failure to do so will result in your Financial Aid not being processed.

With Brewton-Parker’s Financial Aid Self-Service Student you can:

  • Check the status of your financial aid award package
  • Check your student account balance
  • View required documents to submit to the Financial Aid Office (Palmer Building) to complete the award process
  • Print required documents to submit to the Financial Aid Office (Palmer Building) to complete the award process
  • Accept or decline awards such as Direct Loan (Subsidized and Unsubsidized), etc… Please note all grants and scholarships are automatically accepted.
  1. Go to
  2. Go to ‘Log In‘ in the right upper navigation bar.
  3. Enter your log in and password information.
  4. Once logged in, Click MyWeb.
  5. Click on My Financial Aid. You must have financial aid applied to your account to be able to view any information.
  6. Click on the Need tab to view your cost of attendance. Please note: The figure that appear on this screen includes both direct costs (tuition, fees, room & board, meal plans) and indirect costs (transportation, personal expenses, etc…that are not paid directly to the college).
  7. Click on the Award tab to view your Financial Aid Award and to accept the Terms and Conditions of Financial Aid. Please read all of the information listed under this tab.
  8. Once you have read all of the contents and you agree, click “Yes”. Then select the box next to “I have read and understand the Terms and Conditions”. Now click the box that says “Accept Terms and Conditions”. Please note that you are only accepting the terms and conditions. You will now see a “Thank you” once have completed this step.
  9. To officially accept your loans, click on the “return to My Financial Aid” link under the “thank you” message.
  10. Please note that all Grants and Scholarship are automatically accepted. However, Direct Loans are not. If you want to accept all of your loan eligibility, please check the box that states “I have reviewed and verified my loan amounts”. Then click “Submit”. You can also decline the loans by entering o (zeros) in the “Amount I wish to Accept” box. *Make sure that you make the correction for both Fall and Spring semester. * You can also reduce the loan to a lower amount here as well. After you have made the changes, please check the box that states “I have reviewed and verified my loan amounts”. Then click “Submit”.
  11. You have now accepted your Financial Aid Award. Thank you!

If you have questions or need help accessing information on FASS, please contact BPC’s IT Department.

Reminder: Please notify the Office of Financial Aid in writing if you wish to modify or cancel your acceptance on FASS of any aid to your Award Package as soon as possible. Please check your Award Letter for time limitations.

Please notify the Office of Financial Aid of any assistance from other sources other than BPC. A copy of the scholarship letter should be sent to our office as soon as you receive notification that you have been awarded and outside scholarship. These awards may affect your BPC financial aid package.


The Financial Aid Office at Brewton-Parker College communicates with its students primarily via a student’s BPC email account and will continue this practice until further notice.

What does this mean to you?

This means that the Financial Aid Office will contact you through your BPC email account of changes in your awards, verification requests, updates, etc. As always, we are available to you via telephone, fax, postal mail, and of course, you are more than welcome to visit our office.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Department of Education randomly selects students who complete FAFSAs for verification. The verification process requires that the Financial Aid Office verify information submitted on the FAFSA. No federal, state or institutional funds can be disbursed to students selected for the verification process until all required forms are received and the process is complete. In addition, the student may not place for Work-Study until verification is completed.

If selected for verification, the Brewton- Parker College Financial Aid Office will require the following:

  • Verification Worksheet
  • Tax Transcript for student and/or parent(s)/spouse. You may link your FAFSA directly to the IRS using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool at If you link your FAFSA and the data transfers without changes, you will not be required to provide the Tax Transcript.
  • Additional documentation may be requested such as W-2s, low income verification worksheet, non-filer form, etc. Contact the Office of Financial Aid for a full list of needed documents.

If a student fails to provide the required documentation by the deadline, the college:

  • Cannot disburse Federal grants or Perkins loan funds to the student
  • Cannot allow the student to continue employment in a FWS job
  • Cannot certify or disburse a Stafford loan or originate a Direct Loan for the student
  • Must return to the Department of Education any undelivered or undisbursed loan funds

If the student already received any federal grants or Perkins loan money in a disbursement prior to being selected for verification, then the student must return that money.

Click here for our tuition and fee schedule.

Click here for our Net Price Calculator.

Veterans and Military Service Members are charged the same tuition and fees as all other students based on the program entered.

Yes! Student loans are available for both students and parents/guardians. Student loans must be paid back with interest. A Federal PIN is required to apply for student loans.

For more information on student loans, interest rates, repayment and more, visit

First-Time Student Borrowers: You must complete your Entrance Counseling (EC) and your Master Promissory Note (MPN) at You will need your Federal PIN to complete these tasks.

Returning Student Borrowers: Your Entrance Counseling (EC) and Master Promissory Note (MPN) are valid for six years unless you have completed Exit Counseling. If you have completed Exit Counseling, you will need to complete another EC and MPN at

Parent Borrowers: Parent borrowers or legal guardians can apply for a Parent PLUS Loan by using their Federal PIN. You will need to complete the PLUS Loan process at If you are turned down for a PLUS loan, you can either endorse a PLUS loan with a co-signer(s) if you wish, or your student can receive up to $4,000 in additional unsubsidized loans.

If you have more than one student in college you wish to receive PLUS loan for, you must complete the PLUS Loan process for each student.

Exit Counseling: EVERY student borrower must perform Exit Counseling upon graduation, transfer to another college or university, or upon separation from Brewton-Parker College at You need your Federal PIN to complete this task.

You have the right to cancel your student loan under many circumstances. You also have the right to cancel your loan within 14 days of receiving your right to cancel notification letter from Brewton-Parker. A right to cancel notification letter will be emailed you on or near the disbursement date of your federal student loan. You will need to cancel your loan in writing by emailing the

You have the right to cancel your student loan under many circumstances. You also have the right to cancel your loan within 14 days of receiving your right to cancel notification letter from Brewton-Parker. A right to cancel notification letter will be emailed you on or near the disbursement date of your federal student loan. You will need to cancel your loan in writing by emailing the

Brewton-Parker College is required by Federal Regulations to establish minimum standards of satisfactory academic progress (SAP), and the Financial Aid Office is required to review the progress of students in meeting the stated standards. The standards apply to all students who receive federal and state financial aid.(Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP), SAP Warning and SAP Suspension as measured and defined by the Financial Aid Office differs from Academic Good Standing, Academic Warning, Probation, Suspension and Exclusion as measured and defined by the Registrar’s Office.)

Joanna Phillips-Mock

Student Enrichment Director

Joanna Phillips-Mock is a proud third generation Baron, both as a student and a staff member.

Beginning her teaching career in Middle Georgia in 1995, Mrs. Mock worked with a state funded program that served some of the most disadvantaged special needs students within the local school districts. She ultimately moved into leadership positions within the organization, serving and training others in multiple initiatives. She enjoys working with students of all ages to recognize and to achieve their greatest potential.

Mrs. Mock holds a Bachelor’s degree from Brewton-Parker College, a Master's degree in Education with a concentration in Behavior Disorders, and an Education Specialist degree in Educational Administration from Georgia College and State University. She resides in Ailey, Georgia, with her husband Don, their son Tye Lewis, her mother Carol Joyce, and multiple fur babies. She enjoys traveling, gardening, camping, and attending concerts.

Candace Lilford

Profeessional Tutor

Candace Lilford graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Theatre Generalism in 2021 from Anderson University and with her master’s degree in English Literature in 2023 from the University of Alabama. She presently serves as Professional Tutor for the Student Enrichment Center while also teaching sections of ENG 101 and 102. 

As part of her two-year master's program, Ms. Lilford taught sections of ENG 101 and 102, while also serving as teaching assistant for British Literature Survey courses and volunteering in the university’s Writing Center. Ms Lilford has also presented papers at the Hudson Strode Conference and the South Eastern Christian and Literature Conference as well as working on various theatrical productions.

Born in North Carolina of South African descent, Ms. Lilford has lived in Uganda, Botswana, South Africa, and Trinidad before settling in Mount Vernon with her family in 2016, where she attended Brewton-Parker College as a dual enrollment student. She presently resides in Mount Vernon with her family and spends her free time watching old TV shows.

Linda Armstrong

Academic Advising and Career Specialist

Linda Armstrong earned an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice Technology from Southeastern Technical College and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Walden University. Throughout her career, Linda has worked with diverse populations, including at-risk youth and families and youth in crisis because of mental health and other issues. Her empathetic nature has made her an effective advocate for those in need. In addition to her professional work, Linda is also is committed to volunteerism. She has dedicated countless hours as a youth mentor, and to teaching about her faith at various Christian organizations. She believes in the power of positivity and its ability to transform not only her life but also the lives of others.

"If you must look back, do so forgivingly. If you will look forward, do so prayerfully. But the wisest course would be to be present in the present gratefully." ~ Maya Angelou

Willie Ford

Academic Advising and Career Specialist

Greetings, Baron Nation!

It's truly a joy to be back in a place that has shaped me so profoundly. I'm Willie Ford, a proud 2022 graduate of historic Brewton-Parker College, holding a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a Minor in Education. Following my graduation, I embarked on a journey in education, teaching Special Education within the Vidalia City School District. In addition to my role as an educator, I had the privilege of serving as the Unit Director at the J.D. Rabun Boys and Girls Club. All the while, I was honored to pastor at the esteemed New Hope Baptist Church of Rhine, Georgia. With God's grace, I managed these responsibilities, and now, I'm thrilled and ready to contribute to the welfare of our students, aiming to inspire through service.

Dusty Arnold

Mental Health Counselor

Dusty Arnold  is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst as well as a BPC alumnus. He has years of experience working with a variety of mental health issues including anxiety, grief, and challenges related to Autism. He specializes in behavior-related interventions that can help college students build on their strengths to set achievable goals while also learning how to deal with the thoughts and feelings that sometimes get in the way. He incorporates Biblical values and evidence-based treatments to meet students wherever they happen to be on their journey to spiritual and psychological health. 

Carl Anthony "Tony" Wardlaw

Assistant Student Enrichment Director & Student Success Coach

Carl Anthony “Tony” Wardlaw – For over 25 years, Dr. Wardlaw has worked in leadership, counseling, and pastoring. Beginning with working in middle management for a manufacturing company in Douglas, GA, Dr. Wardlaw has also worked in the academic, nonprofit, public, and private sectors. Additionally, he served over 7 years in the United States Military as a Military Intelligence Officer before resigning his commission as a Captain in the Army.

Currently serving as the Assistant Director of the Student Enrichment Center, Student Success Coach, and Adjunct Faculty at Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon, GA, he also serves as the Pastor of The Green Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Dublin, GA.

As a member of the renowned International Gospel Singing Group, The Wardlaw Brothers, Dr. Wardlaw has traveled all over the nation and abroad ministering and singing the Gospel of Christ Jesus. Dr. Wardlaw has served as a consultant for various agencies and has worked as a Fatherhood Coordinator and G.E.D. instructor within the Technical College System of Georgia and participates in local and national civic and philanthropic work.

Dr. Wardlaw holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in International Business from the University of Georgia, two master's degrees from Troy University (Master of Science in Clinical Counseling and Psychology and Master of Education in Counseling), and a Doctorate in Education from Argosy University in Organizational Leadership. Dr. Wardlaw is a Lifetime Silver Member of The NAACP and a member of The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. He is happily married to the former Mrs. Stephanie Scott. They have 3 Children; Chambria, Marc, and Carleigh.

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