Census: add/drop credits within the first tenth day of the quarter
Eligible enrolled credits are counted on the tenth day of fall, winter and spring quarters. The summer quarter census date varies.
Financial aid pays tuition and begins disbursing funds the first day of the quarter. Students who add or drop classes during the first ten days of the quarter may change their enrollment level and require a recalculation of grant eligibility. The Financial Aid Office will pay additional grant funds for students adding classes to a higher enrollment level (such as part-time to full-time).
Students dropping to a lower payment level will be considered "overpaid" and will be responsible for repaying the overpayment.
Repayments: official withdrawal or stop/not attending all classes will be billed
Students who officially withdraw or stop attending all classes will be billed for the amount of aid they were not eligible to receive. Repayment of all or part of the funds used to pay tuition and fees or disbursed to the student can be owed.
Aid is earned based upon the number of days of class attendance or online participation. Students who receive funds and never begin attendance in classes will be billed for 100% of their financial aid award amount.
Students owing monies in relation to tuition or owed financial aid funds will be blocked from future enrollment. If the debts are not paid, they will be referred to an agency for collection.
Financial Aid Transition to ctcLink
As of summer quarter, all Financial Aid operations have fully transitioned to ctcLink. Due to the high volume of applications our office has received, it may take several weeks to process students' aid and see an update on their status in ctcLink. Once their aid has been processed, students can view their aid offer in the financial aid tile in ctcLink. We appreciate your patience at this time.
Federal School Code
Our Federal School Code is 003780
Hours of Operation
|Monday - Thursday 12 PM - 3 PM|
|Monday - Thursday 10 AM - 4 PM|
In-Person Hours - SA 231
|Monday - Thursday 8 AM - 5 PM|
|Students are not required to make an appointment in advance, but wait times to speak with a staff member may vary. Masks are required to visit our office.|
Green River College 12401 SE 320th Street, Auburn, WA 98092
Student Affairs Building, Room 231