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The music building on the SFCC campus. The music building on the SFCC campus.

How to Pay for College

Funding Your Education

Anyone, regardless of financial status, can attend Spokane Falls Community College (SFCC). We have resources you need for scholarships, grants, loans and work-study programs. Our team of financial aid experts guide you through a four step process beginning with financial aid education, applying for aid, using the funds and eventually paying off any outstanding debt. There is lot of information to absorb and everyone’s financial aid status is unique.  Let’s get started financing your future today!

Financial Aid Facts - At a Glance

Numbers reflect 2016-2017 students at SFCC.

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7,760

Award-Seeking Students

Woman

$6,606

Average Award Amount

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2,842

Students Receiving Need Based Aid

Important Calendars

Federal School Code

009544

Use this code for your FAFSA if you attend school at the SFCC or Pullman campus.
Average regional tuition costs compared to CCS.
How Much Does it Cost?

One of the benefits of going to community college is saving money. You can save a substantial amount of money on your four-year degree by starting here. But everyone's out-of-pocket cost is different, depending on your aid package, amount of credits, program supplies like books or lab gear and financial need, your education can be significantly different than a friends. That's why it is important to get started on a budget so you know what to expect.
 

*Tuition rates reflect the annual cost for one full-time (with 15 credits), WA State resident attending fall, winter and spring quarters in one academic year. This cost reflects tuition only and does not include student fees that vary based on school and area of study. Tuition fees do not reflect any financial assistance, which may help reduce your out-of-pocket expenses, based on your eligibility. Numbers shown reflect 2017-2018 tuition costs. For detailed information on tuition, fees and to use our tuition calculator tool, visit how much does it cost?

Important Information

Keep Your Email Up-To-Date

The financial aid office sends you information at the email used to create your student account in ctcLink. Log in to ctcLink to change your information.

Changes to the FAFSA

The FAFSA has changed and it may affect the way you apply. Read about changes like the opening date and use of older income tax information by clicking the link above.

Important Dates and Deadlines

FAFSA Opens

October 1, 2018

FAFSA Closes

June 30, 2019

Priority Funding Deadline

 

Tuition Due Dates

Foundation Scholarships

October 15 - January 11

 
SFCC Financial Aid location on a map.
Contact Financial Aid

3410 W. Fort George Wright Drive
Spokane, WA 99224 - 5288
MS 3172
sf-finaid@sfcc.spokane.edu
Phone: 509-533-3550
Fax: 509-533-3547

Location

Building 17 Upper Concourse

Hours

Monday - Friday, 10 AM - 2 PM