Important Financial Aid Notices
If you plan to attend, be sure to have your books on the first day of class, July 5th. For eligible students, financial aid checks will begin to be mailed by the business office on that day. Plan to use your own resources to have books the first day of classes.
If you received Federal Pell Grant funds and/or state grant aid, you must finalize your enrollment on the 10th business day of the quarter (except summer). This is called our Census Date. Up until the census date we adjust your Pell grant and/or state aid to match your enrollment level. Federal rules do not allow us to adjust your Pell grant after the census date and the rules apply for state aid as well.
If you add classes after the census date:
We cannot increase your Pell grant and/or state aid to reflect your actual enrollment.
If you drop classes on or before the census date:
We adjust your Pell grant and/or state aid down to reflect your actual enrollment. You may owe a repayment if Pell grant funds were already disbursed to you. If dropping a class or classes results in a refund, the refund is returned to the Pell grant program, and may reduce the amount you owe.
Spring quarter started March 28, 2016.
Spring funds have been sent to eligible students and will continue to go out.
Learn the steps to follow in order to receive your financial aid in a timely manner.
Getting Your Aid
Student residual financial aid is mailed to students to the address in Enrollment Services. Make sure your address is current!
Information about upcoming deadlines for your financial aid.
Check your financial aid status online.
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.
Financial Aid forms, some are online and some are printable.
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.