The UCC Financial Aid Office has put together a list of great resources below to assist with the financial aid process.
Federal financial aid work program that provides students part-time on or off campus employment.
Find out about UCC's Financial Aid
Everything you need to know from start to finish.
Find all necessary UCC Financial Aid forms here.
Step by step instructions to complete the processing of your aid.
To access personal information, log in to Student Self Service.
Don't qualify for Federal Work-Study? Try Student Job Placement.
Find out about the benefits you qualify for.
Find out about UCC's scholarship opportunities.
Find out about government education initiatives.
Direct loan information. Students with student loans will be required to complete Entrance/Exit Counseling and sign a Master Promissory Note.
Complete the application online - Eligibility for Student Loans, Pell Grant, etc. beginning October 1 every year.
Get estimates of financial assistance for education.
General free national scholarship search tool to assist in helping you find other sources of scholarships.
Learn how to develop the necessary skills to make informed financial decisions, in particular with regard to the student loan process.
Serves as your digital signature for submitting the FAFSA.
General information about student financial aid - SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid
Order Tax Return Transcripts here.
NSLDS is the U.S. Department of Education's central database for student aid. Use this site to look up loan servicer information.
State grant that covers most tuition at any Oregon community college forrecent high school graduates and GED® recipients.
Gives eligible undocumented students the ability to apply for Oregon Opportunity Grant, Oregon Promise, and certain OSAC scholarships.
Don't know if you qualify? Click here to use the ORSAA Pre-Filter Tool.
Helping Oregon students plan and pay for school.
Men, age 18 through 25, living in the United States, with a social security number, register with Selective Service here.
What to do if you're in a dispute about your federal student loan(s).