FAQ - College of Continuing Education (CCE)
- Federal Work Study
- Fee Deferment
- Satisfactory Academic Progress
- What do I need to do to apply for financial aid as a CCE student?
- What is the CCE information request form?
- How do I defer my fees?
- When can I expect my aid to disburse?
- What happens to my financial aid if I have to change enrollment?
This form is used to adjust your cost of attendance based on your CCE degree program. It also required to award aid for the current year based on courses provided for the Fall and Spring terms. A change in enrollment (courses) requires a revised CCE information request form.
Requests for fee deferments must be made through CCE Credit Registration Services. CCE Credit Registration has a process where financial aid applicants are temporarily exempted from the disenrollment process that goes along with fee deadlines for students enrolled in CCE courses. Once you have been awarded aid for the semester, CCE Credit Registration is notified and upon acceptance of aid will defer your fees until financial aid disburses to your account. For questions about fee deferments please contact CCE Credit Registration at 916-278-6984.
Grants are payable when you have met all application eligibility requirements, and when you are enrolled and in attendance for ALL course listed for the specific semester indicated on the CCE information request form.
Federal Direct Loans are payable when you have met all application eligibility requirements, and when you are enrolled and in attendance for of at least half time (6 undergraduate units, 4 graduate units) for the specific semester indicated on the CCE information request form.
All changes to enrollment (Add/Change or Drops) will require a new CCE Information Request Form. Once this form is received, the Financial Aid Office will review and make adjustments as needed. This form can be found under the Financial Aid Forms section of our website.