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At Columbus State Community College we are dedicated to helping students navigate their financial aid options including any form of financial assistance that helps you pay for college. This includes grants, scholarships, work-study and student loans. Learn more about the various resources available at Columbus State Community College by exploring the links below. Remember to always check both your student and personal email for further notification about the status of your Financial Aid.
Important Financial Aid Information
College Goal Sunday
Columbus State will host College Goal Sunday on Sunday, February 14 at 2 p.m. at the Columbus State Columbus and Delaware campuses. The event will assist students and their families in completing the FAFSA and exploring financial aid.
Students and families from any high school or college are welcome to attend this free event. To register, or for more information, go to www.ohiocollegegoalsunday.org or call 1 (800) 233-6734.
Delaware Hall, Rooms 104 and 107
550 E. Spring Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Moeller Hall Learning Center
5100 Cornerstone Dr.
Delaware, OH 43015
It’s that FAFSA time of year again... time for all new and current students to complete their 2016-2017 FAFSA! FAFSA school code is 006867
For Tax transcript Information click here
Enrolling Summer semester 2016? Action is required.
FSA ID replaces Federal Student Aid PIN
The Department of Education has implemented a new username and password login system for student and borrower websites. Beginning May 10, 2015, the Federal Student Aid PIN will be replaced with an FSA ID. The new FSA ID is comprised of a user-created username and password for electronically accessing personal information on Federal Student Aid websites including FAFSA.gov, NSLDS.ed.gov, and StudentLoans.gov.Student and parents of dependents students can create the FSA ID here.
If you already have a Federal Student Aid PIN, you can link your PIN to your FSA ID and immediately access any of the websites that require an FSA ID.
Columbus State Community College follows established guidelines for the prevention, identification of and response to indications of identity theft and financial aid fraud. This notice provides a summary of student rights, responsibilities and preventative measures regarding financial aid fraud. Fraud Notification