Several types of financial aid are available to students, including grants, loans, Work Study, and scholarships. Financial Aid awards are estimated based on financial need and the amount of funds available. Financial aid funds are disbursed based on financial need, availability of funds, and enrollment. For more information, visit the Financial Aid Office, the federal student aid page at www.studentaid.ed.gov , or call (530) 895-2311.
|Grants, Loans, Workstudy, and Scholarships|
|Grants:||Cash awards which do not have to be repaid.|
|Loans:||Cash awards which must be repaid according to a determined schedule.|
|Work-Study:||Provides payment for work a student performs while in school. Important to act quickly on or after August 1st each year because jobs go quickly. How to get it.|
Financial awards which do not have to be repaid. Scholarships are granted on the basis of academic achievement and promise, career goals, or special skills and talents.
|Board of Governors Fee Waiver:||
Waives an eligible student's enrollment fees (tuition). A separate BOGFW application is NOT NECESSARY if you have filed a FAFSA or a California Dream Application (for AB 540 students). At Butte College, the FAFSA or the Dream App will waive fees for eligible students.
|Remedial Course Fee Waiver:||Waives enrollment and service fees for students enrolled in Butte College remedial courses offered on a California State University system campus. Refer to Education Code Section 76300 (e)(2). Call Admissions & Records at (530) 895-2361.|
|Part-time Special High School Student Fee Waiver:||Waives enrollment fees and some service fees for special part-time high school students enrolled in Butte College classes. Student pay the health and technology fees, as per Education Code Section 76001. Call the Office of School and College Relations at (530) 895-2949.|