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COVID-19 Information

11/25/2020 3:00:00 PM

We look forward to supporting you this quarter. Most MCC education and training courses will remain online or remote, reserving campus use for face-to-face and blended sections that involve significant hands-on learning. More info

Application

FAFSA | Free Application for Federal Student Aid

FAFSA LIVE! Come and fill out FAFSA Application!

For in person FAFSA help  - click FAFSA LIVE!! studentaid.gov

2020-21 Academic Year: Fall quarter 2020 through summer quarter 2021
Is the 2020-21 FAFSA currently available?  YES
2021-22 Academic Year: Fall quarter 2021 through summer quarter 2022.
Is the 2021-22 FAFSA currently available?  YES

Application Process For Federal Student Aid at MCC

FAFSA on the Web:

  1. Complete and submit the FAFSA at studentaid.gov. Be sure to list Metropolitan Community College's school code: 004432 on your FAFSA.  You will need to have your FSA ID username and password to complete your FAFSA on the web. If you need to retrieve your FSA username or password, go to fsaid.ed.gov(Edit My FSA ID)

  2. After the Federal Processor sends MCC a copy of your processed FAFSA data, we will send you a letter that identifies the document(s) you must submit to the Financial Aid office. Please submit all required documents as quickly as possible.

  3.  After your documents have been reviewed, we will determine whether you are ready to be awarded or whether we need additional information from you (We will contact you if we do.).

  4.  After you have been awarded, an award letter will be sent to you via U.S. mail and your award data will appear in My Way under My Services - Financial Aid - Self-Service Fin Aid.

Priority Deadlines for completing and submitting the FAFSA

  • Fall quarter: July 1

  • Winter quarter: Oct. 1

  • Spring quarter: Jan. 1

  • Summer quarter: March 1

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Video: After the FAFSA: What Happens Next