Student awards are packaged with a full-time award based on full-time enrollment of
12 or more credits. If a student enrolls less than full-time their aid will be automatically
adjusted accordingly. Awards will be adjusted and paid based on enrollment level
at the time of disbursement. Unless otherwise noted, awards require minimum enrollment
of 6 credits.
- PELL - Pell Grant awards are subject to proration based upon student enrollment. Full-Time
(12 or more credits) eligibility is 100%. Three-quarter (9-11 credits) eligibility
is 75%. Half-Time (6-8 credits) eligibility is 50%. Less than half-time (1-5 credits)
eligibility 25%. Not all Pell Grant recipients are eligible for a less than half-time
grant. Check in with the financial aid office if you are enrolling at this level to
see if you have Pell Grant eligibility.
- Direct Loans (SUB, UNSUB, PLUS) - Direct Loan awards are not subject to proration and will pay
at 100% with enrollment of 6 or more credits.
- Federal Supplemental Opportunity Grant - Federal Supplemental Opportunity Grant awards are not subject to proration and will
pay at 100% with enrollment of 6 or more credits.
- Oregon Opportunity Grant - Oregon Opportunity Grant awards are subject to proration. The grant will be paid
at 100% if the student is enrolled Full-Time (12 or more credits). Enrollment for
less than 12 credits is eligible for 50% of the grant.
- Oregon Promise Grant - Oregon Promise Grant awards are subject to proration based upon student enrollment. Full-Time (12
or more credits) eligibility is 100%. Three-quarter (9-11 credits) eligibility is
75%. Half-Time (6-8 credits) eligibility is 50%.
- If you attended another college during the same academic year, you will need to submit
documentation showing that your financial aid has been cancelled at your previous
- Student records are private and confidential information and can only be accessed
by the student. If you want your information released to another individual, you must
complete the Information Disclosure Authorization Form and submit it in person, with
picture identification, to the Financial Aid office. You may instead complete the
Information Disclosure Authorization on your WebRunner account.
- Warning! If you receive federal and/or state aid based on inaccurate information, you will
have to pay it back. In addition, you also may have to pay fines and fees. If you
purposely give false or misleading information on any documents used to determine
your aid eligibility, you may be subject to a fine of $ 10,000, receive a prison term