Financial Aid Deadlines

Financial Aid Deadlines for Fall 2019:

Receiving a financial aid award is a process that takes time. It is important that students complete their 2019-20 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and their Coconino Community College (CCC) financial aid files by the deadlines listed to receive the following benefits:

 

Priority 1 Deadline:

Submit the FAFSA by May 5, 2019, and

Complete your file with CCC Financial Aid by May 15, 2019

  • Maximize your chances of qualifying for the largest financial aid award
  • Receive your financial aid award letter (if eligible) before classes start
  • Your financial aid awards (if eligible) will hold your classes
  • Receive a bookstore voucher (if eligible) the week before classes start in the fall

 

Priority 2 Deadline:

Submit the FAFSA by June 23, 2019, and

Complete your file with CCC Financial Aid by July 3, 2019

  • Receive your financial aid award letter (if eligible) before classes start
  • Your financial aid awards (if eligible) will hold your classes
  • Receive a bookstore voucher (if eligible) the week before classes start in the fall

 

Priority 3 Deadline:

Submit the FAFSA by July 14, 2019

Complete your file with CCC Financial Aid by July 24, 2019

  • Receive your financial aid award letter (if eligible) before classes start
  • Your financial aid awards (if eligible) will hold your classes

 

I missed all the Deadlines!

Financial Aid will not hold classes for students who have missed the priority deadlines. Students who have missed the three priority deadlines are advised to pay for their classes in full or sign up for a Payment Plan. Students completing their FAFSA and turning in their required financial aid documents after the Priority 3 Deadline should expect the awarding process to take around 30 days. Students who have missed the deadlines, but complete the FAFSA late may be reimbursed retroactively. Students can submit a FAFSA anytime during the semester in which they are enrolled. CCC must receive the student's processed FAFSA with a valid expected family contribution (EFC) no later than the student's last date of enrollment. Financial Aid will not hold classes for students who have missed the priority deadlines.