Financial Aid Application Process
STEP 1. JANUARY 2013
Complete the 2013-2014 FAFSA
or the Renewal FAFSA
mailed to your home. If the Renewal Application
is not available, the 2013-2014 FAFSA
should be used.
Organize your and your parents' 2012 income information which you will need to complete the FAFSA accurately. You will need 2012 income records such as 2012 W2-forms, 2012 Federal Income 1040 Tax returns if available and records of untaxed income received during 2012, including income earned but paid in cash.
NOTE: The FAFSA is required for most student aid
programs, including grants, loans, and federal work-study.
Santa Ana College and Santiago Canyon College Federal School Code: 001284
There are a lot of good reasons to fill out your Federal Student Assistance application
and submit it on the web. This site walks you through the FAFSA on-line application.
This is a government web site, but it sure isn't stuffy and boring!
This Web site explains, in a step by step format, how to properly complete a FAFSA, the purpose of the FAFSA questions, and how to report information in some unusual cases.
STEP 2. MARCH 2013
Mail the FAFSA no later than March 2, 2013. NEW Cal Grant applicants must also mail the completed
GPA verification form to the California Student Aid
Commission no later than March 2, 2013.
STEP 3. APRIL - MAY 2013
Once the FAFSA has been processed by the processing center (usually within four to six weeks after submitting the FAFSA), a Student Aid
Report (SAR) will be mailed to the student and all colleges listed on the FAFSA will receive the student's record. As we receive processed FAFSA records, a packet of supplemental forms will be mailed to students beginning in June.