For the well-being of our students and staff we are practicing social distance and mask protocols due to the COVID-19 virus. Masks are required for all visitors to the campus, regardless of vaccination status.
SCC student services are closed on Fridays during the summer semester (June 6 - August 12). The SCC Financial Aid Office will be open and available to assist students Monday through Thursday during this time.
|firstname.lastname@example.org||M-Th: 8:00am - 5:30pm|
|714-628-4876||M-Th: 8:00am - 5:30pm|
|Visit our office in E-104. ||M-Th: 8:00am - 5:30pm|
Access your financial aid information at anytime online through the SCC Self-Service Portal!
First Things First: Fill Out the Right Application
SCC Financial Aid Workshops
The SCC Financial Aid Office hosts workshops on a regular basis to help students with the FAFSA and the Dream Act Applications
The California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) hosts Cash 4 College workshops and webinars to help students with the FAFSA and the Dream Act Application. These are not hosted by SCC's Financial Aid Office, but there may be a workshop available in your community!
Click the links below to see workshop dates and RSVP.
|CSAC partners with local organizations and schools to provide in-person workshops in the community. |
|CSAC hosts online webinars to answer questions about the application process. |
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 The information on this web page is superseded by any federal, state, or college publications.