Please answer the following questions so we can better direct you!
I want to earn an undergraduate degree and I’ve never been to college
I want to earn an undergraduate degree and transfer my credits from another institution
I have an undergraduate degree already and I want to earn a graduate degree or certificate
I’m not interested in earning a degree, but I want to take some courses
I’d like to speak with an advisor
The financial aid process doesn’t have to be complicated. Here are some quick steps for understanding how to apply.
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid on FAFSA.
- FAFSA processing can take up to 2 weeks if filed on-line or 4 weeks if filed by mail.
- The federal government will send an eligibility report to your home campus. At the same time, you will receive an email from the federal government with details about your application status.
- Your home campus then issues an Award Letter detailing your financial aid or possibly requesting additional information before it can process your Award Letter. Submit everything the home campus requests to keep the process moving along. Ask the Center staff to help you fax these to the financial aid office at your home campus.
- If required, sign and return the Award Letter to your home campus.
- And always, we are happy to help you!
- File for financial aid well in advance of the beginning of the semester.
- A FAFSA must be completed annually.
- The financial aid year is summer session, then fall semester, then spring semester.
- You must be admitted to a degree or certificate program at your home campus.
- You must enroll in a minimum of 6 credit hours.
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