To apply for financial aid at Mendocino College, review the menu items listed to the left. The information below provides a general overview of the process.
6 Steps to Apply for Financial Aid
Students must file a FAFSA every year to determine their eligibility for financial aid. The application is available every October 1st. It is recommended that students file the FAFSA prior to the March 2nd priority date in order to be considered for Cal Grants. The FAFSA can be completed by visiting www.fafsa.ed.gov
(Mendocino College's school code is 011672)
Once the FAFSA has been submitted, Mendocino College will receive the student’s information for processing. If additional information is needed to process the file, the Financial Aid Office will use Web Advisor to notify students.
Step 3: Review Financial Aid Awards
After a student’s financial aid file is processed and completed, the awarding of eligible financial aid begins. Financial aid awards are based on the student’s eligibility for each particular aid program. Financial aid awards can be reviewed by visiting Web Advisor.
Students should visit http://www.mendocino.edu/student-services/financial-aid/scholarships to review the information available on scholarships. An application needs to be completed to be considered. Close attention must be paid to application requirements and deadlines.
Step 5: Review Other Financial Aid Programs
Students are encouraged to visit http://www.mendocino.edu/student-services/support-programs and review information on available financial aid programs. There are multiple programs to help students fund their education. (Ex: Promise Grant, EOPS, Chafee Grant, etc.)
Step 6: Receive Financial Aid
Based on a student’s eligibility, the first financial aid disbursements begin the first week of classes. A student must be enrolled, awarded and be meeting financial aid eligibility requirements to receive financial aid for the semester.