Applying for Financial Aid can be a complex and confusing process. The Enrollment Services Staff are available Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm and they are ready to offer any assistance you may need. We are located in Enrollment Services, across from the Student Center. You can also view Navigating Your Navigator with step by step instructions for accessing your financial aid information.
THE LAST DAY TO SUBMIT A LOAN REQUEST FOR FALL ONLY STUDENTS WAS NOVEMBER 20, 2015. STUDENTS WHO ARE ENROLLED IN FALL AND PLAN TO RETURN IN THE SPRING AND STUDENTS WHO ARE SPRING ONLY, CAN CONTINUE TO SUBMIT LOAN APPLICATIONS.
College of the Siskiyous has partnered with Higher One, a financial services company, which provides refund methods to deliver your financial aid disbursements. We are committed to delivering 100% of your financial aid disbursements (refund) at no cost, providing students with clear choices and offering great customer service.
Fall 2015 students will begin to receive their My Eagle Card after July 30th.
Your My Eagle Card will be mailed to you after you have enrolled in classes. Do not throw this card away, it is NOT a credit card. It contains your personal code for making your refund preference selection (select how you prefer to receive your financial aid disbursement), as well as a My Eagle Card. If you select the OneAccount as your method of disbursement, the card will be activated as a functioning Debit MasterCard® and linked to your OneAccount. For your convenience, the Higher One ATM is located in the Student Center.
IMPORTANT! Higher One will send emails to your COS email with important information regarding your Higher One card and financial aid disbursements. You MUST log in frequently to your COS email account in order to receive up to date information. If you need to set up or access your email, log onto your Navigator and click on the email icon in the upper right hand corner of the screen and follow the instructions.
REMEMBER: It’s very important that College of the Siskiyous has your most current MAILING address. You can verify and update your current MAILING address by logging onto your Navigator account. Or complete the Change of Student Information listed under “Forms for Students” to the left of the screen and submit the form to Enrollment Services
On Wednesday, May 27, 2015, the IRS announced its 'Get Transcript' application had been compromised. This impacts students and families who may be requesting tax transcripts to complete their financial aid process. At this time, tax transcripts are only available when requested by mail and take up to ten days for delivery. Students and parents are strongly encouraged to utilize the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) available within fafsa.ed.gov. For more information please contact the Financial Aid Office.
Apply NOW for 2015-16. All students must re-apply every year. COS Federal School Code 001187
Beginning Saturday, May 10th, students will need to create an “FSA ID” (Federal Student Aid ID). You will need to create the new FSA ID in order to access your FAFSA and the National Student Loan Database System (NSLDS), StudentLoans.gov, and StudentAid.gov. Click How to Create an FSA ID for more information.
PHOTO ID! ALL Students MUST provide their PHOTO ID at the Enrollment Services window before information can be released. Help us keep your information SAFE!
The Financial Aid Office wants to remind you that it is your responsibility to stay informed of deadlines and financial aid status. It’s IMPORTANT to log onto your Navigator frequently. For additional financial aid information use the links on the left side of the screen. You must also keep your MAILING ADDRESS up to date, this can be done by logging onto your Navigator account or submitting a Change of Information form located in the forms link.
View the links available for the programs listed below for information on our pass rates for State Licensing Exams.
The mission of the College of the Siskiyous Financial Aid Office is to increase opportunities for student access and success in higher education by helping students and their families.