Financial Aid Forms
Only students selected for verification are required to submit a verification form. Review your student financial aid portal to determine which form you are required to submit. If you have questions regarding your verification form, please contact the Financial Aid Office before you submit the form.
- 2022-23 Verification Worksheet (V1)
- 2022-23 Statement of Education Purpose (V4)
- 2022-23 Unusual Enrollment History Review
- 2021-22 Verification Worksheet (V1)
- 2021-22 Statement of Education Purpose (V4)
- 2021-22 Unusual Enrollment History Review
- Cancel Financial Aid Application
Students pursuing a degree or certificate at Seattle Central College may only receive financial aid from Central. However, sometimes a student is unable to take certain courses at Central and will need to take required courses for their program of study at a different school (the Host school). In these cases, a consortium agreement allows students to get financial aid at Central for classes taken at the Host School. If approved, a student could receive financial aid for the total number of credits at both schools. Please note: even with an approved Consortium Agreement, the student is required to pay for classes themselves at the Host School. This form must be submitted no later than the 10th day of the quarter.
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Complete this form if you are requesting to change your program of study. The Financial Aid Office will notify you via email or mail indicating whether or not your funding request for a program change has been approved.
2022-2023 Special Condition Income Adjustment
If you have experienced an unexpected financial hardship or a significant reduction in family income since submitting your financial aid application (FAFSA or WASFA), it might benefit you to submit a Special Conditions/Income Adjustment Form. The financial aid office will use your current year income to reevaluate your eligibility for financial aid. You may submit the request if you and/or your parents experienced one of the following situations: reduction of income due to layoff, termination, or decline in self-employment income; loss of child support or disability benefits; separation divorce, or death of a spouse or parent after submitting the FAFSA/WASFA.
- Fill out and submit the FA Special Condition Income Adjustment form. Including all supporting documentation. Applications without supporting documents will not be processed.
- Applications and attachments are sent directly to Financial Aid upon submission. No need to email the Financial Aid Office with copies of your forms.
- Schedule a Loss of Income appointment with Financial Aid Staff (Sal LoPiccolo) via Starfish.
- Meetings are on a first come, first serve basis.
- Availability is limited to appointment times listed online.
Seattle Central College can pay your outstanding tuition for Fall Quarter 2022 quarter thanks to the Federal Higher Education Emergency Relief Cares Act (CARES II) Funding passed by Congress. Students will need to fill out and sign this form to be considered for this funding for Fall Quarter 2022.
- To be considered for funding, students must:
- Have a valid 2022-2023 FAFSA/WASFA on file
- Must not owe a financial aid repayment or be in default on Title IV grants or loans
- Meet other general Title IV eligibility requirements
- Students must submit this application by 11:59 p.m. October 7th, 2022 to be considered for tuition and fee assistance for Fall Quarter 2022.
- The form should take no more than 30 seconds to submit and your application will be kept confidential.
- You will need your CTC Student ID.
- The college cannot guarantee applications received after October 7th will be accepted.
- Students receiving other forms of tuition assistance (Financial Aid, Workforce, Employer Assistance, etc) will have those funds applied before CARESII funding is applied to a remaining balance.