Students borrowing federal subsidized/unsubsidized student loans or PLUS loans for the first time at Yavapai College must complete entrance counseling. When student borrowers graduate, leave school, or drop below half-time enrollment they must complete Exit Counseling. Go to www.StudentLoans.gov for more information.
Need money for college? Doesn't everybody? Unfortunately, in their efforts to pay the bills, many students and their families are falling prey to scholarship scams. Visit this website to stay informed. And, make sure when you are filling out the FAFSA, it is free, scammers have setup websites to trick students and parents into paying to fill out the FAFSA.
Native American students interested in applying for tribal scholarships must complete a FAFSA and be awarded eligible federal financial aid. Students must also complete all of their tribal scholarship requirements. Grant applications are only available from the education officer of the tribe in which you are affiliated or possess membership. Please call your tribe for more information (see list of Tribal Addresses below under Additional Resources).
The following documents are required by most tribal scholarship offices:
Tribal Financial Need Analysis (FNA)
Letter of admission for new students
Verification of enrollment for continuing students
AffordableCollegesOnline.com has information to help guide you through the financial aid process with information on everything from the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to how colleges determine a student's financial need.