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is a program that provides Federal Work Study assignments for eligible college students to tutor elementary and middle school children.
 
New requirements for verification processNew! New requirements for verification process
 
For your personal security and to meet new federal regulations, we can no longer accept student verification documents by email. All documents must be submitted using our online E-forms, in person or by mail or fax.
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The Financial Aid Academic Plan will be referred to as the Student Success Plan. Learn more. 
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We are proud to hose several campus events to promote financial literacy for SPC students. Learn more about these events and how you can earn chances to win a $500 scholarship!
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Apply and submit a letter of recommendation by Sept. 26 at 5 p.m. for Spring 2019.
IRS Data Retrieval ToolNew! The IRS Data Retrieval Tool is now available to complete the 2018-19 FAFSA
You can fill out both your 2017-18 FAFSA by manually inputting your tax information. Use 2015 tax information for 2017-18 and 2016 tax information for 2018-19. Read more.
Important2017-18 Verification requirements
If your 2017-18 FAFSA application is selected for Verification, make sure you understand what documents you need to submit. Most forms related to Verification are available in an electronic format. Not all applicants will be asked to submit the same documents.
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Check out Financial Aid TV. Eliminate the need to call or stand in line. Get easy-to-understand answers by watching short videos on important financial aid topics.
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If you plan to withdraw from a class or all your classes, see the consequences of your decision.
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See information due to Hurricane Irma, including questions about withdrawing from classes, updates to fall term dates, and what to do if you are experiencing a change in income. Learn more.

Helpful tips

Q: How do I apply for financial aid? 

A: You need to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). 

Q: Do I need to submit anything else for my file? 

A: Login to MySPC and check your financial aid status and To Do list for items marked initiated.

Q: Do I have a Book Line of Credit (BLOC)? 

A: BLOC availability is displayed on the status page of your MySPC account.

Q: How do I submit an appeal for SAP? 

A: Visit www.spcollege.edu/sapappeal for complete directions on how to submit an SAP appeal.