Processing for the 2013/14 year has begun! Please continue to monitor your student email and/ or Knight Life account for missing items requests, account balance and to view your award letter. Please click here for additional information regarding the application process and changes for the 13/14 academic year.
**Note: Beginning balances in Knight Life will not reflect any financial aid that is setup in your account. Additionally, awards are not prorated in the system. If students register for less than full time, the award will be prorated accordingly.
When: EVERY Friday morning, 10 am until 11 am
Where: SCC Main Campus, E Building, Room 146
*No appointment necessary. We recommend that the student and at least one parent (if student is dependent) visit www.pin.ed.gov to apply for a pin number prior to coming. When you come to campus, we recommend bringing your 2012 taxes and W2s in addition to any documentation regarding untaxed income received. If you would like to access the FAFSA on the Web Worksheet to assist with preparation, please click here.
Please contact the Financial Aid office for additional details or if you have any questions.
Click here for additional information on FAFSA Friday.
The Student Financial Aid Program is designed to assist deserving students in meeting the costs of attending Surry Community College. Financial assistance includes several types of aid: grants, scholarships, and student employment. Financial aid awards may include one or more of these. Only students who have been accepted for admission will be offered financial assistance. An enrolled student must reapply in order to receive aid during the second year of attendance.
Anyone interested in financial aid information may contact the Financial Aid Office which is located in the Reeves Building. Application packets are available which explain the opportunities and responsibilities in more detail. All financial assistance is awarded without regard to the student's race, religion, national origin, age, sex, or disability.
Surry Community College requires satisfactory academic progress of all students receiving financial aid. For complete details of the financial aid requirements, refer to the College Catalog.
Withdrawal from classes after aid is accessed can result in repayment of aid to school. See the college catalog on proper withdrawal procedures to follow. The amount of Title IV aid that must be returned to the school is based on the total amount of aid received and how long the student attended classes. Sample repayment calculations are available from the aid office. Students who maintain class attendance through the 60% date of each semester will not owe a repayment of aid.
Students who cannot meet financial aid deadlines or do not qualify for financial aid may use the E-Cashier tuition payment plan.
Financial Aid deadlines are as follows:
- Fall Semester - May 1
- Spring Semester - October 1
- Summer Semester - February 1
By the deadline, the aid applicant must have:
- Completed all Admissions requirements.
- Completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov.
- Provided any supporting documentation as requested by the federal government or the aid office.
For information on financial aid available at other colleges in North Carolina, visit www.CFNC.org