Financial Aid

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 Links to other sites are provided to assist you in locating information. When you click on  a link to a third-party Web site you leave our Web site.

 Federal Deadline

Online applications must be submitted by midnight Central Time, June 30, 2018.
Any corrections or updates must be submitted by midnight Central Time, September 15, 2018.

State Deadline
Washington - As soon as possible after October 1, 2016. Awards made until funds are depleted.
College Deadline
Check with the college(s) you are interested in attending. You may also want to ask your college about its definition of an application deadline - whether it is the date the college receives your FAFSA, or the date your FAFSA is processed.


Student financial aid refers to funding intended to help students pay educational expenses for a college or university, including room and board, tuition and fees, books and supplies, and incidental expenses.    Students/families qualify for financial aid by filling out a FAFSA form (which is available  after January 1 each year) and criteria used for granting aid is based on family income a  and a few other factors.  The link to the right describes the process in more detail and it  is a good idea to go to a financial aid presentation in December at WSU Vancouver or  Clark College to learn more or to visit their financial aid office(s).

This aid comes in 3 basic forms:

 1) Grants are sums of money that do not have to be paid back as long as a student is enrolled full-time and in good standing.

 2) Work-study is employment offered through the college/university financial aid
 system that allows a student to earn money while attending college.

 3) Loans are money that will have to be paid back.  The interest rate and payback
 schedule vary-- please discuss this with the financial aid personnel to understand
 all loan terms.

 Scholarships are given according to their own criteria.  In some cases, scholarships are  based upon intended major, race,   ethnic origin, or religion.  Most scholarships,  however, have some component of merit-- a combination of academic performance  (grades), activity (sports, clubs, leadership positions, honors/awards...) , college  admission test scores, and student essays or response to a prompt.   The links to the  right describe some of the things that should be compiled when preparing to apply for  scholarships.   The Scholarship Resources link give a few additional web sites that  might be helpful in finding scholarship opportunities.     

 Scholarship Resources

 Searching for scholarships can be a very time-consuming and difficult process.  The  following are links to some scholarship search engines that might be helpful.  These  links are not endorsed or in any way affiliated with Summit View High School but could  provide some additional information. Click on each link to be directed to an outside web  site.

Federal Student Aid-FAFSA

Financial Aid Facts

Go College

College Board

College-Scholarships

School Soup

College Scholarships

Fastweb

Washboard List of Scholarships

Best Colleges.com

Accredited Schools Online

College Scholarships- The Ultimate Guide for 2017

School Information

Address
11104 NE 149th Street
Battle Ground, WA 98604

Phone
(360) 885-5331

Fax
(360) 885-5402

Student Hours
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Friday
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Office Hours
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Friday
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