Financial Aid Recipients must
- Be a US citizen or eligible non-citizen
- Have a high school diploma, General Education Degree (GED) Certificate or have completed a homeschooling at the secondary level
- Be enrolled in an eligible degree or certificate program
- Have a valid Social Security number
- Register with Selective Services, if applicable
- Not be in default on federal loan(s) or owe an over-payment on federal grants
- Maintain Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
Note: 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
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
The first step in applying for financial aid is to complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Application. You can complete the FAFSA each year as early as October 1st.
To apply for federal student aid:
FAFSA Completion Workshops
The Financial Aid office works with representatives from ISAC to assist student with their FAFSA and RISE/Alternative application. For more information please click here
In addition the Financial Aid Office also provides regularly scheduled workshops to help students make corrections on their FAFSAs or fill out new FAFSAs. Students must pre-register in order to attend the workshops.
For more information you may contact Jazmyne Alzate at (708) 656-8000 Ext. 2435 to register for a FAFSA Completion Workshop.
Morton College Financial Aid Process
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 Financial Aid Office to ensure your file is complete.