Financial Aid

Financial aid helps students pay for college. This financial assistance can cover educational expenses including tuition and fees, books, supplies, and transportation. There are several types of financial aid, including grants, scholarships, work study, and loans. Financial aid awards may include a combination of these various types of aid.

Learn more about types of aid

Fall Quarter Financial Aid will be delayed

Due to the transition to ctcLink, determination of financial aid eligibility for Fall Quarter students will be delayed.

  • Students who have applied for financial aid will have their classes placed on hold to prevent them from being dropped for non-payment while the Financial Aid office reviews their files to determine financial aid eligibility
  • Please plan accordingly to purchase books and supplies for your classes
  • Check out Shoreline's other funding options

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we transition to the new state-wide technology system.

 

Apply for Financial Aid

Follow these step by step instructions to submit your free FAFSA and WASFA applications.

Apply Now

Check Status

Find out how much financial assistance you received and what you need to do next by logging in to ctcLink.

How to check your financial aid status

Disburse and Access Funds

Get access to your aid, transfer balances, and manage your refunds.

Learn about aid disbursement and access

Find Financial Aid Eligible Programs

Make sure your chosen degree or certificate is eligible for Financial Aid and learn about alternative funding options.

See list of eligible programs

Maintain Your Aid Eligibility

Learn about the different measures that are used to determine if you can receive or continue to receive financial aid.

Learn more about Satisfactory Academic Progress

Student Loan Exit Counseling

Leaving the College? Transferring to another school? Set up an exit meeting to ensure your financial aid is set as you move forward.

Learn more about exit counseling

Change of Income

If you or your family have experienced a dramatic change in income or a loss of resources that was not reflected on your current FAFSA or WASFA, you may contact Financial Aid at financialaid@shoreline.edu to have your financial aid eligibility re-evaluated. Please note that increased financial need does not guarantee increased funding.

Additional Financial Aid Forms

Once you've filled out your application, if additional documents are required, the Financial Aid Office will notify you and post the requirements within your ctcLink account.

Access copies of these additional documents

Contact Us

Financial Aid

Location
FOSS (5000 Building)
Email
financialaid@shoreline.edu
Phone
(206) 546-4762
*Be sure to include a contact phone number and student identification number (SID) number when leaving a message.
Fax
(206) 533-5101
Hours
See the College's operating hours