It's not too late to complete your FAFSA for the Spring or Summer 2019 semesters
It's not too late to complete your 2018-19 FAFSA! Use 2016 tax information and continue to check both your CSCC student email and Financial Aid Self-Service located on your CougarWeb account for required documents or your award letter!
FAFSA Deadline date for the Summer 2019 semester: April 22, 2019
Financial Aid Verification deadline date for the Summer 2019 semester: April 26,2019
***See additional important deadline dates below***
File Your FAFSA First!
Get your Financial Aid Award Letter EARLIER!
You can file your FAFSA for the upcoming school year as early as October 1 of the previous year. Make sure you are completing the correct FAFSA year application!
Submitting your FAFSA early helps you meet deadlines and maximize your aid!
- Summer semester registration opens February 18th! Complete the 2018-19 FAFSA and meet with you academic advisor early!
- Fee payment deadline for the Summer semester is May 22nd and classes begin May 27th.
- The Summer 2019 Scholarship application is now open! Deadline is March 1st.
- Attending the Autumn 2019 through Summer 2020 semesters? Complete the 2019-20 FAFSA application using 2017 tax information.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is now available on a new phone app, called myStudentAid.
Financial Aid Quick Reference
Applying for Financial Aid can be intimidating, but we're here to help. Here's a quick overview of the process.
Step 1: Apply for Admission at Columbus State and fill out your FAFSA.
Step. 2: Complete your FAFSA (There may be some extra questions as you go through the process.
Step. 3: Review your financial aid award letter. Choose if you want to take out loans.
Step. 4: Receive Financial Aid
There are many options for paying for college, such as:
- Federal Work Study
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Financial Aid Fraud Notice
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