Important Financial Aid Notices
NEW: For 2017--2018, four quarters of full time Pell Grant funds may be available for those who qualify!
Enrolling Summer 2017?
Plan for summer! Make plans to have your books and supplies for July 3rd, the first day, because checks will be mailed beginning July 3rd.
For eligible students to receive financial aid for summer, you must meet the March 15, 2017 deadline.
This means that the completed FAFSA and all required documents were turned in by March 15th. Check the Financial Aid Portal for your status.
Next Step: Tell financial aid you are enrolled in summer and how many credits you are taking by using the Enrollment Change Form.
You must be accurate in the credits or your funds will be delayed. If your grant aid does not cover tuition, no enrollment postponement will happen.
This means you may have to pay out of pocket, make a payment plan with cashiers or take a student loan.
Timeline for 2017-2018 FAFSA or WASFA
We are currently processing the 2017-18 applications. Check the Financial Aid Portal for your status.
Summer 2017 deadline was March 15, 2017 and the Fall 2017 deadline was May 1, 2017.
|Summer 2017||2017-2018 FAFSA, based on 2015 income|
|Fall 2017||2017-2018 FAFSA, based on 2015 income|
|Winter 2018||2017-2018 FAFSA, based on 2015 income|
|Spring 2018||2017-2018 FAFSA, based on 2015 income|
Here are the steps to follow in order to receive your financial aid in a timely manner.
Information about upcoming deadlines for your financial aid.
Check your financial aid status online.
Getting Your Aid
Student residual financial aid is mailed to students to the address in Enrollment Services. Checks expire in 60 days.
Check or update your mailing address by visiting the My EvCC Student Portal and clicking on address change.
EvCC's Net Price Calculator will provide a preliminary estimate of your financial aid eligibility and an estimate of what you'll pay for a year at EvCC. By using this calculator you are not applying for aid.
List of EvCC scholarships and grants, plus a list of non-EvCC scholarships and related links.
Policies to follow in order to continue your financial aid while you're a student at EvCC.
Frequently asked questions about financial aid.
To protect your identity, if Everett Community College's Financial Aid Office staff suspects that a student or other individual has misreported information or altered documentation to fraudulently obtain federal funds, we may delay the disbursement of federal and other funds. We will report our suspicions and provide all evidence to the Office of Inspector General at 1-800-647-8733.