At SFCC, we believe every student who wants to go to college should be able to do so. That’s why we work hard to help you afford the cost of your education. There are scholarships, grants, campus jobs and loan programs — all available to help pay your college expenses.
Contract for a Better Tomorrow
Applications are being accepted for the Contract for a Better Tomorrow Scholarship Program. Application Deadline May 24, 2019
If you are a first generation college attendee who can demonstrate financial need, a high school or high school equivalency (HSE/GED) graduate, have a current FAFSA on file in the Financial Aid Office and are not receiving financial aid at another institution you may be eligible. CBT applicants must also be first time degree-seeking students who have not received a two-year or four- year degree and must enroll in at least nine credit hours at SFCC.
Click here for information and application.
Loan Eligibility Requirements: In accordance with our Default Prevention Management Plan, SFCC has implemented the following requirements for student loan borrowers:
- Students applying for a student loan must have all previous college transcripts in the Registrar’s Office before submitting the loan application. Evaluation of transcripts can change loan eligibility if a student has not completed the last two semesters at a previous institution.
- Students must be registered in courses from their current primary declared degree program to be eligible for student loans. HPER courses will not count towards loan eligibility.
It is your responsibility to follow up on your application status. To proceed with the loan application process, click on the following link:
Summer loan application available through July 12, 2019.
For the first four-week class session in the Summer 2019 semester, Financial Aid will pay into student college accounts during the week of June 17. Financial aid is only disbursed for classes you are actively attending. If you have late-starting classes your full disbursement may be delayed until after the late-starting classes begin.
For the eight-week classes in the Summer 2019 semester, Financial Aid will pay into student college accounts during the week of June 17. Financial Aid is only disbursed for classes you are actively attending. If you have late-starting classes your full disbursement may be delayed until after the late-starting classes begin.
The Cashiers Office will issue refunds via direct deposit or check the week of June 24, 2019. Please click the Financial Aid Disbursement General info link for detailed information regarding disbursements for late starting classes and instructions on setting up direct deposit.
The payment deadline for the Summer 2019 semester is May 16, 2019. Students must have financial aid or a payment plan in place by then to avoid being dropped from classes for non-payment.
Some grant and scholarship funds are limited, so we encourage students to file as soon as possible to maximize their award. Students should fill out their FAFSA by May 1 each year for the upcoming Fall term. If you don’t apply by May 1, your application will still be processed for Fall, however, the available funds may be limited.
Call Student Employment Program Manager Susie Weaver at 505-428-1285 or go to Student Employment.
Students who transfer from other colleges or universities and wish to complete a degree or certificate at SFCC must request that each institution they attended send official transcripts to the Registrar’s Office. Credit hours that are transferred from institutions previously attended will count toward a student’s Satisfactory Academic Progress.
2019-2020 Dependent Student Verification Worksheet
2018-2019 Dependent Student Verification Worksheet
2019-2020 Independent Student Verification Worksheet
2018-2019 Independent Student Verification Worksheet
2019-2020 Parent Income & Expense Sheet and 2019-2020 Parent Non-Filer Statement Form
2019-2020 Student Income & Expense Sheet and 2019-2020 Student Non-Filer Statement Form
2019-2020 Dreamers Financial Aid Application
WARNING: Active Phishing Campaign Targeting Student Email Accounts
Attackers are using a phishing email to obtain access to student accounts via Colleges’ student portals. Upon gaining access to the portal the attacker changes the student’s direct deposit destination to a bank account controlled by the attacker.
SFCC will NEVER ask for you to provide passwords or personally identifiable information. DO NOT click on links that are provided in an email. CONTACT US with any questions!
You may view a sample of the phishing email below:
How to Provide your Documents to Financial Aid:
Documents you email to the Financial Aid Office are not encrypted which means your personal information is vulnerable to attack.
We are invested in protecting your privacy! We can provide you with a safe, secure method to provide your documents to the Financial Aid Office electronically.
If you would like to submit your documents electronically please email email@example.com with a request for a secure link.
Your email must come from your SFCC email account and include your Student ID number. The Financial Aid Office will provide you with access to an encryption service along with instructions on uploading documents.
If you do not wish to provide your documents electronically you may fax them to us at (505) 428-1283 or bring them by the Financial Aid Office in person. Located in Room 202 of the Welcome and Advising Center; we are open 8-6, Monday through Thursday and 8-5 on Friday.
To E-mail Financial Aid:
Federal regulations require that all financial aid inquiries come from your school e-mail address. Please e-mail all financial aid questions from your SFCC email account. Log into MySFCC, access email account by clicking on the Gmail link in the Launchpad, and create a new email using “firstname.lastname@example.org” in the address bar.
Financial Aid for Certificate Programs
SFCC offers 21 Certificate Programs that qualify for Financial Aid. Please visit our Grants web page to see eligible certificates.