Financial Aid Resources
Cost of Attendance/How Financial Aid Offer Amounts are Determined
Find information here about OCCC’s Cost of Attendance and how financial aid offer amounts are determined.
Additional online resources for college and financial aid information for high school students, parents, and adult students. All sites also available in Spanish.
Student Aid on the Web Covers all aspects of college planning and financial aid
FAFSA Financial Aid Estimator Estimates financial aid eligibility for high school students/parents
FAFSA Free Application for Federal Student Aid
This IRS Data Retrieval Tutorial explains in more detail the FAFSA process of transferring your IRS data to your FAFSA. This tutorial is meant to help you UPDATE your FAFSA with your IRS information. If you have not yet filed your FAFSA, you should refer to the 7 Easy Steps to the FAFSA Simplification tutorial above.
Resources for Undocumented and DACA Students
Undocumented and DACA students can be eligible for Oregon Promise, Oregon Opportunity Grant, OSAC scholarships, and OCCC Foundation Scholarships. Students must complete the Oregon Student Aid Application (ORSAA). Visit the resources webpage for more info.
Other OCCC Resources
Success Coaches Information about OCCC’s Success Coaches including how to make an appointment with one.
Academic Calendar The academic calendar provides important dates and deadlines for current and prospective students at OCCC.
OCCC Step Program STEP is the SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) Training and Employment Program. OCCC provides career coaching, resumé help, assistance navigating scholastic opportunities, and some financial and transportation assistance for eligible students.
Student Resource Navigator Provides support and assistance to OCCC students to address non-academic issues that can prevent degree completion including but not limited to: food and housing insecurity, mental and emotional health, physical health, childcare issues, and flexible employment opportunities.
Student Employment Information about Federal Work Study (FWS) and General Student Employment (GSE) at Oregon Coast Community College.
Lincoln County Resource Guide List of resources available in Lincoln County, Oregon
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