To receive federal, state, and institutional funding, students must meet eligibility requirements and adhere to federal and state regulations.
Students who are randomly selected by the Department of Education for a review of their FAFSA are required to submit additional documentation to the Financial Aid Office.
Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
All students applying and receiving federal, state, and institutional aid must adhere to CCCC’s policy on satisfactory academic progress (SAP).
Return of Title IV Funds Policy
Federal and state regulations require the Financial Aid office to perform a recalculation of aid for students who completely withdraw from all classes.
Professional Ethical Code of Conduct
CCCC’s Financial Aid Office is held to the highest level of ethical behavior in helping students and families find the best ways to pay for college and demonstrate the highest level of professionalism.
Student Rights and Responsibilities
All students applying and receiving federal, state, and institutional aid have rights and responsibilities.
Disbursement Policy & Procedures
A detailed look at the Disbursement Policy, and a few things to keep in mind!
Degree audit is a process ran to ensure students are only taking courses required for their program of study.