The links are provided for general information, click on the link or their logo to access the websites.
– To complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA on-line. Completing your FAFSA on the Web can save you time when compared to using the paper FAFSA. You can E-sign your application, The PIN Application is for students and parents who want to apply for a Federal Student Aid PIN. If you have general or technical questions about FAFSA on the Web you can call 800-801-0576 for assistance.
-Administers the State of California's financial aid programs including Cal Grants, Chafee Grant, and the Dream Act. Track your Cal Grant 24/7. Open a WebGrants4Students accounts. You may view your status update you address, make a school change and monitor your Cal Grant or Chafee Grant. If you have questions about the state financial aid programs you can contact CSAC at 1-888-CA-GRANT (888-224-7268).
Your online gateway to the California Community Colleges. Each year students build their career skills, prepare for transfer to four-year colleges and universities, or simply enrich their lives through learning. California residents may apply for the Fee Waiver (BOGFW), which waives the enrollment fee. Board of Governor's Fee Waiver . To apply for admission to Mt. SAC click Apply.
The U.S. Department of Education's National Student Loan Data System allows a student to view their information about federal financial aid and view their Pell Lifetime eligibility. You will need to use your FAFSA PIN . For questions or for technical support, contact the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 800-4-FED-AID (800-433-3243) or TDD 800-730-8913.
Selective Services System – To register on-line if you are between the ages of 18 and 25, and have not yet registered for Selective Services. If you are unable to register online or receive an error message click here to down load a paper form. Print, complete, and mail to address listed on the form.
Federal Student Aid – At Federal Student Aid, we make it easier to get money for higher education. How do I prepare? What types of aid can I get? Do I qualify? How do I apply? How do I Manage my Loans?.
Department of Veterans Affairs – Provide information on Health Care, ,educational benefits for veterans and their children.
The Internal Revenue Service – Obtain a copy of your tax returns or other needed financial forms. website offer a plethora of information regarding income tax law, forms, publications, and other related topics. The websites are invaluable during tax filing season as you can download many of the necessary tax forms from the internet.
Mt. SAC Scholarship Program - Office Administers a variety of scholarship funds to current Mt. SAC Students.
www.collegequest.com – This web site performs a search of all scholarships in the database. It matches students with all scholarships for which they are eligible to apply.
www.salliemae.com – This web site performs a search of all scholarships in the database. It matches students with all scholarships for which they are eligible to apply.
www.fastweb.com – This web site performs a search of all scholarships in the database. It matches students with all scholarships for which they are eligible to apply.
Americorps - The National Service Program that allows people of all ages and backgrounds to help pay for their education in exchange for a year of community service.
Fin Aid – The smart student Guide to Financial Aid. The site contains a wide variety of information, from Loans, Scholarships and other general information.
Mt. SAC CARD- Mt. SAC has partnered with HigherOne, a higher education financial services company, to bring you an efficient method for receiving refunds and any financial aid you are entitled to receive from Mt. SAC.
Disclaimer: The College and the Financial Aid Office do not review, control, or take responsibility for the contents of these sites. The college expressly disclaims liability. These links are provided as a convenience to our users.