Students attending SE-MCC are eligible to apply for all local, state and federal aid, including Pell Grant, Vocational Rehabilitation, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Guarantee Student Loans, G.I. Bill and others. If you want to charge your books and attend classes on financial aid, you are strongly encouraged to begin early to complete your financial aid file prior to enrollment.
First complete the free application for financial aid online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Second, complete your file at appropriate campus. Students may directly call the Financial Aid Office or stop in at the Office of Admission, Financial Aid, and Instructional Support on the McCurtain County Campus. Southeastern students can conveniently check their financial aid award anywhere there is an internet connection by logging into their CampusConnect account.
Third, apply for other local funding such as scholarships, KEDDO, Vocational Rehabilitation, and BIA funding.
Based on your educational goal, you will complete your financial aid package with one of the institutions. Students seeking an Associate degree or certificate will complete their financial aid with Eastern; those seeking a Bachelor’s degree will complete their file with Southeastern’s financial aid office.