For the well-being of our students and staff we are practicing social distance protocols due to the coronavirus. Financial Aid is providing service to students remotely by phone and email and through online chat.
We strongly encourage you to access your financial aid information through the SCC Self-Service Portal. Login with your WebAdvisor ID and password.
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CAMPUS IS CLOSED April 8 & 9 for Spring Break
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ATTEND A FREE ONLINE WORKSHOP ON HOW TO GET CASH FOR COLLEGE
You may be eligible for FREE classes and FREE money from the State of California
and/or the Federal government. You have to apply to find out!
First Things First: Fill Out the Right Application
- If you are a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen, the FAFSA is the right form for you. See this link for more FAFSA information.
- If you are an undocumented or Dream Act student, the California Dream Act application is the right form for you. See this link for more Dream Act information.
Coronavirus (HEERF I & II) EMERGENCY FUNDS
SCC students who meet eligibility criteria can apply for emergency aid
More information available here: CARES ACT/HEERF Emergency Funds
COVID-19 Financial Aid FAQ's - Click this link to see answers to the most frequently asked questions from our students
Santiago Canyon College and the Financial Aid Office provide this information for students, prospective students, and parents to help them make informed choices about their 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 The information on this web page is superseded by any federal, state, or college publications.