8月18日下午4:30.m. - 5:30 p.m., 一站式中心
8月25日下午3点.m. - 4:00 p.m., 一站式中心
8月28日下午5点.m. - 6:00 p.m., 一站式中心
The 金融援助 office assists student with their FAFSA and RISE/Alternative application and provides regularly scheduled workshops to help students fill out FAFSA's/Alternative applications and make any necessary corrections.
欲了解更多信息，请 点击这里 参加8月份的FAFSA讲习班.
Students can also schedule a one-on-one appointment with Jazmyne Alzate. For a smooth FAFSA appointment/workshop and to learn what to bring with you, please 点击这里.
For general questions, scheduling and concerns regarding 金融援助 application you can contact:
(708) 656-8000分机. 2435
The first step in applying for financial aid is to complete and submit the 免费申请联邦学生援助(FAFSA) Application. You can complete the FAFSA each year as early as December 1st.
- 有高中文凭吗, General Education Degree (GED) Certificate or have completed a homeschooling at the secondary level
- Be enrolled in an eligible degree or certificate program
- Not be in default on federal loan(s) or owe an over-payment on federal grants
- 维持财政援助 学业进展满意(SAP)
注意: You may not be eligible to receive federal student aid if you've been convicted under federal or state law of selling or possessing illegal drugs
RISE法案 provides a way to apply for ISAC gift assistance programs – including MAP, the Minority Teachers of Illinois (MTI) Scholarship Program, the Illinois Special Education Teacher Tuition Waiver (SETTW) 项目 and others – to those who meet the RISE Act criteria and each program’s eligibility requirements. RISE法案 does not exempt applicants from meeting existing program eligibility criteria.
Undocumented students may be eligible to apply for ISAC’s programs if they meet all of these criteria, which are based on Illinois statute regarding in-state tuition eligibility:
- the individual resided with his or her parent or guardian while attending an Illinois public or private high school;
- the individual graduated from a public or private high school or received the equivalent of a high school diploma in Illinois;
- the individual attended school in Illinois for at least 3 years as of the date the individual graduated from high school or received the equivalent of a high school diploma;
- the individual provides an affidavit stating that the individual will file an application to become a permanent resident of the United States at the earliest opportunity the individual is eligible to do so; and
- the individual has not established a residence outside of Illinois.
The financial aid process can take a few months, so begin your application process early. After your file is reviewed, you may be required to submit additional information.
Failure to submit any required documentation may cause you to lose or delay your financial aid eligibility. Follow up with the 金融援助 Office to ensure your file is complete.