We are no longer accepting Spring 2022 applications.

The Shasta College Financial Aid Office will accept applications for emergency aid, funded by Federal COVID stimulus funds. 

The eligibility criteria for these funds are that a student must be enrolled in at least 3 units. Students who already received an emergency student aid grant funded by COVID stimulus funds may not receive additional funds. These grants appear on a student's 2021-22 Financial Aid award letter/My Awards as "COVD3 - APR." 

Applications will be reviewed weekly and students will receive confirmation of their application, and notification when their application has been reviewed.

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  • We are no longer accepting Spring 2022 applications.

Frequently Asked Questions

Students can log into MyShasta and look at “My Awards.”  If you have an award coded as “COVD3 - COVID APR Student Emergency Aid” for Spring 2022, then you have already received a COVID stimulus-funded emergency student grant. Depending on available funds, you may not receive additional funds through the Emergency Aid Application Request process.

Students could apply for Shasta College Foundation Survive and Thrive funds, once that fund is replenished and the application reopens.

Students could have received up to $1450 one-time this Spring 2022.

No, these funds will no longer be available for the following terms.

Contact Us

For questions, please contact the Financial Aid Office at (530) 242-7650.