Financial Aid at Southwestern
Southwestern Oregon Community College offers a number of financial aid programs in the form of grants, loans, tuition scholarships and employment. Students interested in federal financial aid are encouraged to apply online at www.fafsa.gov. Funds are limited and students should apply early.
CARES Act Funding Updates:
- April 8, 2022 - Quarterly Budget & Expenditure Reporting
- January 5, 2022 - Quarterly Budget & Expenditure Reporting
- October 1, 2021 - Quarterly Budget & Expenditure Reporting
- July 22, 2021 - Quarterly Budget & Expenditure Reporting
- April 9, 2021 - Quarterly Budget & Expenditure Reporting
- January 5, 2021 - Quarterly Budget & Expenditure Reporting
- October 14, 2020 - Quarterly Budget & Expenditure Reporting
- April 10, 2022 - CRRSA/ARP
- January 10, 2022 - CRRSA/ARP
- October 4, 2021 - CRRSA
- July 26, 2021 - CRRSA
- May 28, 2021 - CRRSA
- October 14, 2020 - CARES
- September 30, 2020 - CARES
- August 27, 2020 - CARES
- July 20, 2020 - CARES
- June 9, 2020 - CARES
- May 11, 2020 - CARES
Federal School Code: 003220
|Terms of Enrollment||FAFSA Deadline||Deadline for Submission of Additional Paperwork Required of Every Financial Aid Applicant|
|Summer Term 2022-2023||January 1, 2022||April 1, 2022 - Contact our office if attending|
|Fall Term 2022-2023||March 1, 2022||June 3, 2022|
|Winter Term 2022-2023||August 1, 2022||November 4, 2022|
|Spring Term 2022-2023||November 1, 2022||February 3, 2023|
- Paperwork submitted OR postmarked after the deadline dates will be processed as quickly as possible.
- Be aware that late paperwork may not be processed before the term begins.
- Plan on at least 8 to 12 weeks processing time from the time you turn in your last piece of paperwork. During peak times, especially August through October, the wait could be up to 16 weeks.
- You will need to make payment arrangements with the Student First Stop Center if you have not received your official award letter by the payment deadline date.
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