Service Information

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

On-campus:
9am - 3pm

Virtual:
8am - 6pm

Virtual:
8am - 6pm
Virtual:
8am - 4:30pm
Virtual:
8am - 4:30pm
Virtual:
8am - 4pm

We are currently working remotely, however, we are still accepting documentation. Most documents can be emailed to finaid@century.edu.

Documents that can only be accepted by mail:

  • Signature Page
  • Tax Transcripts**

**Student and Parent’s tax transcripts can be submitted electronical. Please submit a Verification of Parent 2018 Income Tax or Verification of Student 2018 Income Tax. We cannot accept taxes via email anymore.

Please make sure to include your Century student ID or StarID on all pages of the documents and in the emails.

COVID-19 Loss of Income

We recognize that many families have experienced a loss of income due to COVID19.  The Century College financial aid staff is here to support you if you are in this situation.  We can use your earned income to date (for 2020) and your projected income that you expect to earn in 2020 to replace the required income you reported on your FAFSA.

Summer Enrollment

Summer Enrollment:  Complete your 2019-20 FAFSA using the required 2017 income information for the appropriate processing year. It will take one week from when you submit your FAFSA before Century College received your FAFSA results. Complete our COVID19 Loss of Income form and email the completed form with the required documents to finaid@century.edu. Allow three weeks for processing.

Fall Enrollment

Fall Enrollment:  Complete your 2020-21 FAFSA using the required 2018 income information for the appropriate processing year. It will take one week from when you submit your FAFSA before Century College received your FAFSA results. By July 1, Century College will have a form to allow the financial aid office to collect your income information for 2020 to override your 2018 income information.

Century College Federal School Code (FAFSA code): 010546

Financial aid is money available to students to help finance the cost of an education.

Financial aid comes in the form of grants (money that does not need to be repaid), loans (money that needs to be repaid), and college work-study (money earned through on-campus student employment).

Eligibility for financial aid is determined annually based on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). 

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