The financial aid priority deadline for spring 2014 is November 25, 2013. If you are planning to attend Shelton State this fall you must complete your financial aid file before the November 25, 2013 priority deadline. Do not wait until that day to apply. All documentation and required information must be completed by November 25, 2013 in order for your award to be available before spring 2014. If documents are received after the deadline they will be processed on a first come, first serve basis. The average processing time is two weeks. It is your responsibility to know all deadlines.
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The primary purpose of student financial assistance programs at Shelton State Community College is to assist students with meeting the cost of their education. Shelton State does not participate in any student loan programs. We only participate in federal grant programs.
All students are encouraged to apply. Eligibility for grants is based on financial need. Financial aid is designed to supplement the family's ability to finance the student's educational expenses.
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**Shelton State does not participate in any student loan programs. We only participate in federal grant programs.
Payment is due at the time of registration. The entire balance must be paid before the published payment drop date. If you receive any financial assistance you must review your online account or visit the cashier’s office to pay any outstanding balances. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ENOUGH FINANCIAL TO COVER YOUR CHARGES, YOUR CLASSES WILL BE DROPPED.
Remember, financial aid only pays for courses in your program of study. If you are in the following programs your award will be reduced based on the federal converted credit hour regulation. Please review that section of our website for detailed information or visit the financial aid office.
- All correspondence regarding financial aid is communicated to the student electronically by email and his/her MyShelton account.
If you suspect someone has misreported information or altered documentation to obtain federal funds, you should report the information to the Office of Inspector General by calling 1-800-MIS-USED or emailing email@example.com
Financial Aid School Code: 005691