Am I eligible for Financial Aid?
Our Financial Aid staff is available to assist you through the application process, and help you determine which financial aid programs you qualify for.
We are committed to the prompt delivery of student aid and
we strive to provide quality service to students.
FRONT COUNTER HOURS
Mon - Thurs: 8 AM to 6 PM / Fridays: 8 AM to 3 PM
Need help filling out your FAFSA?
Do you or your parents have questions about the FAFSA?
Come to an Application Workshop where we can give you hands on help
Complete your 2018-2019
Financial Aid application
using the following links:
Santiago Canyon College federal school code: 036957
Regardless of income, every student should file a FAFSA if they meet the following criteria:
You are a U.S. citizen or
eligible noncitizen (permanent resident, asylum, etc.) You are a high school graduate (or graduating high school senior) at the time of application.
AB540 students can submit the Dream Act application.
Read more about eligibility requirements here
(Formerly known as the BOG Fee Waiver)
If you submit a FAFSA or Dream Act application, you are already being considered for the California College Promise Grant. If you do not submit a FAFSA or Dream Act application, you can apply for this grant separately through the above link.
Is it still possible to submit a FAFSA for the 2017-2018 academic year?
Yes, if you get everything completed by the following dates:
2017-2018 FINANCIAL AID DEADLINES
June 30, 2018: Last day to submit a 2017-2018 FAFSA
Friday, July 13, 2018: Last day to turn in all required documents
Monday, August 20, 2018: Last day to accept your award
CONTACT INFO: Santiago Canyon College Financial Aid Office:
Phone: (714) 628-4876
Visit: Building E, Room 104
What if I am disqualified from receiving Financial Aid?
Based on the SCC Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy standards, you may be given a disqualification status which will prevent you from receiving financial aid funds for any of the following reasons:
- You have not completed at least 66.5% of the units you attempted
- Both of
You may sign up for a
SAP Appeal Workshop to strategize how to re-qualify for Financial Aid. But first, you MUST receive a Notification to Appeal prior to signing up for the Appeal Workshop. You may also check your status by logging on to your WebAdvisor.
Sign up for Summer SAP appeal workshops:
Santiago Canyon College and the Financial Aid Office provide this information for students, prospective students, and parents to help you make informed choices about your financial aid options. The information on this web site is compiled from a variety of state, federal, and College sources. This information is subject to change due to changes in federal or state regulations, College policy, Financial Aid procedures, or budgeting by any agency supplying financial aid funding. If you discover discrepancies with regard to other sources of information (federal publications, College publications, etc.), please notify us at the email address above. The information on this web page is superseded by any federal, state, or College publications.