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Begin the financial aid application process early to ensure that your financial aid will be in place by the time you are ready to begin school. When the semester starts, you will be able to focus on your studies and enjoy the college experience.
If you delay, you may be required to pay your school bill using personal resources until your financial aid is available. If you have not completed the FAFSA for 2018-2019, do it today!
Do not hesitate to contact an Enrollment Services Specialist with your questions regarding CCU costs and payment options.
If you have been selected for verification for 2018-2019:
If you borrowed in the federal loan program, you are required to complete Loan Exit Counseling. During the Exit Counseling session, you will learn about your rights and responsibilities as you prepare to enter repayment on your loans. To get started, please click here and log in using your FSA ID. Be prepared to provide addresses and phone numbers of individuals who will know how to contact you in the event your loan servicer has trouble reaching you. The Financial Aid staff will receive an electronic notification when you complete the online counseling session. If you have federal student loans, your diploma will not be released until you complete Exit Counseling. Contact Enrollment Services if you have questions.
Your FSA ID confirms your identity when you access your financial aid information and electronically sign Federal Student Aid documents. You will need an FSA ID to access and sign your FAFSA. You also will use your FSA ID at StudentLoans.gov, www.nslds.ed.gov, and StudentAid.gov.
Create your FSA ID at fsaid.ed.gov. If your are a dependent student, your parent also will need an FSA ID.
Eligible students must submit the Family Grant Application to Enrollment Services for each term of attendance. The application may be downloaded from the Forms and Links section of this site.
The government has set annual borrowing limits for students based the number of credit hours earned toward the student's degree program.
Dependent students may borrow up to the following maximums per academic year:
Independent students may borrow up to the following maximums per academic year: