Financial Aid and Campus Store
Using Financial Aid at the Campus Store
Please refer to the Campus Store Hours and Events page for dates to use financial aid.
How it works
Books and school supplies may be charged to a student's account during the allotted timeframe. If there are additional financial aid funds available and if the funds are not restricted to payment of tuition and fees, these additional financial aid funds can be made available in the bookstore to purchase books and supplies.
Using this option means that financial aid funds, including grants and scholarships, students have been awarded may be applied towards tuition and fees, as well as books and supplies charges.
Students will need to have their student ID card and a copy of their schedule.
What you need to know
First, students must apply for and be awarded Federal Student Aid. Start this process by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application.
The amount of funds (grants, scholarships and loans) a student have been awarded must exceed their total tuition, fee, books and supplies charges. Students will have to pay any charges in excess of incoming financial aid.
Students may owe the college if they register for courses, purchase books, and then drop a course.
Students are not required to purchase books and supplies in the campus store. Using financial aid funds to charge in the bookstore is a service provided by the college as a convenience.
Remember—Tuition, fees, supplies and/or bookstore charges will be subtracted from any financial aid and the balance will be sent to the student’s selected refund preference with BankMobile Disbursements, a technology solution, powered by BMTX, Inc.