Financial Aid Location and Office Hours
The Financial Aid Office is located on the first floor of the Student Services (SS) Building, between the Admissions and Records Office and cashier windows.
Office hours are Monday and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to closing so we may serve you. Due to staffing hours, we are only able to serve students who are up to our counter by closing time.


Submitting financial aid office forms can be done by postal mail or in person ONLY. Students are required to print all financial aid office forms from the Citrus College website. The forms may be accessed under the Financial Aid Forms link on the left navigation column. The Financial Aid Office will no longer have these forms available for pick up at the front counter. All forms must be filled out completely and signed before they are submitted to the office. Failure to do so will cause a delay in completing the student's financial aid file.

DON'T FORGET YOUR PHOTO ID WHEN VISITING THE FINANCIAL AID OFFICE
IT'S REQUIRED BEFORE SERVICES CAN BE RENDERED

The Financial Aid Office strongly recommends students check their Citrus College email account frequently, as it is the primary means of communication between the Financial Aid Office and the student. The Financial Aid Office is not available to release confidential information over the phone or through email.

 Return to Title IV (R2T4) Policy Change for 2013-2014 Award Year

The Financial Aid Office would like to inform you of a change to the 2013-2014 Institutional Return to Title IV policy. This policy applies to all financial aid students who receive Title IV funding and then withdrawals or stops attending ALL of their courses. Please read the following notice regarding the changes.


Effective for the 2013-14 award year, the Citrus College Financial Aid R2T4 policy will change. CONTINUED ›››

AB 540 California Dream Act

The recently passed California Dream Act comprising new state laws - AB 130 and AB 131 - have extended eligibility for certain types of institutional and state aid to students, including undocumented students who qualify for benefits under another California law, AB 540, which exempts certain students from being required to pay nonresident tuition.

Still have questions about the California Dream Act? Click here to review the "What is the California Dream Act" video.