A completed FAFSA is the starting point for financial assistance, including grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study jobs, but there may be other financial assistance programs available that require additional applications.
The earlier you complete your FAFSA, the better your chances of receiving financial assistance.
Completing your FAFSA
Before beginning your online FAFSA, you must be admitted to CVCC in a financial aid eligible program of study and have your Federal Student Aid ID.
- If you have questions about your application and/or your program of study, please contact our Counseling department.
With these items complete, access the online FAFSA application. When prompted for CVCC's federal school code, enter 004988.
- If you are under 24 years of age, you may need a parent or guardian to help complete the application.
- Additional documentation may be required after submission of your FAFSA. Requests for these documents will be displayed in your To-Do-List within our Student Information System (SIS). Please log into your SIS and check your To-Do-List.
Your FAFSA is not complete if requested documentation is not submitted to the Financial Aid Office.