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Everett Community College participates in the Pell Grant, Stafford Student Loan and Washington State Need Grant Programs. Students must be Washington State residents to be considered for the State Need Grant. To determine eligibility for financial aid, including Grants and Student Loans, you must complete the 'Free Application for Federal Student Aid' (FAFSA), with the Department of Education.
NEW!!! Check your financial aid status online through the Student Financial Aid Portal. On the student kiosk landing page, go to Manage Your Information, then log in.
EvCC school code: 003776
In order to have your financial aid eligibility determined before the start of the quarter, your completed FAFSA must be uploaded to the college AND all of the required paperwork submitted to our office as soon as possible. Please remember it takes three to four weeks to review your file so you will be able to receive the maximum amounts for your awards/loans.
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Applying for the FAFSA online
Applying for financial aid is easy; you can even apply before being accepted to Everett Community College (EvCC). The links below will help you through the application process. Also, if you have questions while completing the application, you can contact the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) customer service department at their toll-free number: 1-800-433-3243.
To help you through the financial aid process for EvCC check out the downloadable files below:
Frequently Asked Questions about Financial Aid
- What type of financial aid do you offer?
- I completed my Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), what happens next?
- How long does the review process take?
- How much will I receive in financial aid funds?
- I need to drop my classes, what effect will it have on my financial aid?
- What if I need to change my enrollment from full-time to part-time after I receive my financial aid?
- How do I change my address and other contact information?
- I have a student loan for one quarter, why did I only receive part of my loan?
- I am a first-time college student that has taken out a student loan. Why do I have to wait 30 days before my loan funds will disburse?
- I have some questions about the MT or MC program, who do I contact?
- I completed my FAFSA between January and April, for the upcoming school year. Why has the school not yet received my FAFSA info?
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Apply for PIN number
If you do not already have one, apply for your PIN online . Your PIN number will be emailed to you in approximately 72 hours or sent by US mail. A PIN number is needed to sign your FAFSA electronically when submitting it to the Department of Education.
If you already have a PIN, but have forgotten it, you can contact the FAFSA customer service department at 1.800.433.3243.
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Complete the online FAFSA for the current academic school year
Once you have completed your FAFSA, it can take up to three weeks for the financial aid department to receive your SAR (Student Aid Report). Please allow this amount of time for us to receive the upload to the college from the processing center.
Be sure to include the Everett Community College's Federal School Code: 003776 on your FAFSA. This will allow us to receive your SAR. You should complete the FAFSA at least six to eight (6-8) weeks prior to the quarter in which you plan to attend.
- IMPORTANT: Make sure you complete the correct school year's FAFSA. If you are unsure of what the current school year is, contact the Financial Aid office at 425.388.9157 or toll-free at 1.866.304.3822, option #2, for guidance.
- NOTE: We upload SARs once a week. We urge you to be pro-active and call our office at 425.388.9157 or 1.866.304.3822 #2 after Monday's to see, if we have received your SAR from the FAFSA processing center.
- If you complete your FAFSA early in the year (January to March) for the upcoming school year, please note that we do not start uploading FAFSA's until around mid-April.
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Important Notice regarding the Conditions of Award and SAP policy for all students receiving funding.
Students who received financial aid funding through grants and/or student loans are expected to adhere to the Conditions of Award and Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy.
Failure to do so may result in termination from receiving financial aid and/or owing a substantial repayment to Everett Community College and/or the Department of Education.