1. What financial assistance is available, including information on all federal, state and school financial aid programs.
2. Deadlines for submitting financial aid applications for each available program.
3. Cost of attendance
4. How my financial need was determined.
5. What resources are considered in the calculation of my awards.
6. Refund policies for students who drop classes.
7. Criteria used to select financial aid recipients.
8. How the college determines your financial need.
9. How the college determines your satisfactory academic progress.
10. What portion of your financial aid must be repaid.
11. Request an explanation of the various programs in your financial aid package.
12. Consult with a Financial Aid Advisor concerning my application for assistance, budgeting and/or financial problems which might arise.
13. Right to cancel any loan proceeds up to the time of disbursement.
14. Appeal process for reconsideration of award of financial aid, placement on financial aid warning or suspension, and dependency status.
Students have the responsibility to:
1. Review SFCC email on a regular basis
2. Review mySTAR on a regular basis.
3. Review accuracy of completed financial aid applications for the different aid programs.
4. Submit applications by the deadlines and submit application to the right office/address/person.
5. Respond promptly and return all additional documentation, verification, corrections, and/or new information requested by the Financial Aid Services Office, the college, or the agency to which you submitted your application.
6. Read, understand, and retain copies of all forms that you are asked to sign.
7. Accept responsibility for all agreements you sign.
8. Knowing the sources of financial aid, which I receive and whether the aid is a loan, grant, or scholarship. If the aid is a loan, I must know to whom repayment is to be made and the terms of repayment.
9. If you have a student loan, notify the school and the lender of changes in your name, address, or school status.
10. Perform in a satisfactory manner the work that is agreed upon in accepting a Federal Work Study award.
11. Know and comply with the deadlines for applications or reapplication for financial assistance.
12. Know and comply with the College‟s refund procedures.
13. Notify the school when you have decided to drop a class or all of your classes.
14. Maintain satisfactory academic progress according to the policies and standards of the College.
15. Complete student loan exit counseling online at www.nslds.ed.gov prior to my separation from SFCC either by graduation or withdrawal.