To be eligible for financial aid all students must meet the Basic Eligibility requirements.
Some financial aid programs have additional program-specific eligibility requirements.
- Have a valid Social Security number.
- Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen.
- If male, be registered with Selective Service.
- Is a regular student (seeking a degree or certificate).
- Is enrolled or accepted for enrollment in an eligible SFCC program.
- Has a high school diploma or its equivalent.
- Is not currently enrolled in high school.
- Does not have a conviction for any offense under federal or state law involving
the possession or sale of a controlled substance while you were receiving federal student aid.
- Does not owe loan or grant overpayment.
- Does not have a Ford Direct Loan or Stafford Loan in default.
- Has not borrowed in excess of loan limits.
- Is maintaining satisfactory academic progress.
Program-Specific Eligibility may include:
- Financial Need
- Enrollment requirements
- Residency requirements
- Funding limits