Federal Aid/ Pell Grant
Priority deadline April 1
The Pell grant is the foundation of federal student aid. Pell Grants are awarded to undergraduate students- those who have not yet earned a Bachelor’s Degree. Online students are eligible for the same types of financial aid assistance available to on campus students. Eligibility is determined through the FAFSA application which is submitted annually. If eligible, awards range from $596 to $5,920. The award amount is calculated on the student’s Expected Family Contribution (EFC), the cost of attendance at the institution, semesters enrolled, and the number of hours enrolled. Students must also be meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards.
San Juan College Foundation provides scholarships to deserving students each semester. Complete the application to be considered for one of the 700 scholarships awarded each semester.
Apply Now for a 2018-2019 SJC Foundation Scholarship!
Application is available online at:
San Juan College Foundation Scholarship Application 2018-2019
Foundation PNM Navajo Nation Work Force Scholarship Application
Printed applications are available
in the offices of Financial Aid and
the SJC Foundation.
Native American Scholarship
Numerous scholarships are available and are waiting for Native American students to apply. The eligibility requirements vary from scholarship to scholarship as well as the deadlines for filing.
New Mexico Legislative Lottery Scholarship
Since 1996, the New Mexico Lottery has helped more than 97,000 students from across the state attend New Mexico public colleges, universities and technical colleges with the help of a New Mexico Legislative Lottery Scholarship.
Part of every dollar spent on Lottery tickets benefits New Mexico’s future. It opens the door to new generations of New Mexicans to obtain a college education that otherwise might not have been possible. And that makes New Mexico a smarter, better place.
The Four Corners Noyce Scholars program is a collaboration between Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorodo, and San Juan College. It is funded by the National Science Foundation.
It aims to provide scholarships to graduates who have a bachelor’s degree in science, technology, engineering or math to pursue alternative licensure through San Juan College or Fort Lewis College.
Students interested in a career in a STEM-H field should apply:
General Scholarships are awarded through a variety of sources to students. San Juan College encourages all students to seek scholarships. To find general scholarships in which you qualify for, search the websites provided below. San Juan College Financial Aid office lists several scholarships daily on SJC Financial Aid Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/sjc.financialaid/
What kinds of scholarships are available, and how do I get one?
There are thousands of scholarships, from all kinds of organizations, and they’re not hard to find. You might be able to get a scholarship for being a good student, a great basketball player, or a member of a certain church, or because your parent works for a particular company, or for some other reason. Find out more about finding and applying for scholarships. You’ll also want to be careful and avoid scholarship scams.
Try These Resources:
Scholarships for Military Families—Provides resources and contact information for finding college scholarships for military families.
U.S. Department of Labor’s FREE scholarship search tool
The student work-study program is a financial aid program that provides San Juan College students an opportunity to earn money through employment at the college or a San Juan College approved community service work sites. For work-study employment students must have completed the FAFSA process for the academic year in which they are seeking work-study employment, be financial aid eligible, complete the SJC work-study application process, and be enrolled in, and maintain enrollment in, at least six credits for the semester in which work-study employment is being awarded.
Work Study timesheets, payroll and termination information can be found on bottom of the Student portal page at https://mysjc.sanjuancollege.edu/students or the links below.
Hourly Employee deadlines 2018
***Students who have never had a loan before will need to attend a loan seminar***
Loan Seminar Schedule for Fall/Winter 2018
- Fall- November 1st
- Spring- April 1st
- Summer- July 1st
A private loan is a non-federally funded student loan borrowed from a lender. These loans require credit approval and often a co-signer. Private loans typically have higher interest rates, less repayment options, and can have additional fees. So it is important to carefully consider your options when deciding a private loan is right for you.
Private loans may be a good choice for you if:
- You have no remaining federal loan eligibility due to maximizing your undergraduate borrowing limits.
- You are ineligible to receive federal student aid due to financial aid suspension or you are in default with federal student loans.
If you decide a private loan is a good option please carefully read all of the disclosure information provided by the lender. You must be enrolled in at least six credit hours in an eligible degree or certificate program to be awarded a private loan. Shop around and do your research before selecting the right private lender for you.
Please visit https://www.lendedu.com for private loan refinancing and consolidation options.
To compare lenders and apply for a private loan please visit our our FASTChoice site.
VA Education Benefits
GI Bill, NM wartime veterans Scholarship, NM Vietnam veterans scholarships.
Ready to Register for Classes?
- You can search for classes via WebAdvisor under the “Students” Link or download a pdf version by click on the cover image below. For the most current and accurate course schedule, please use WebAdvisor.
- You can register via WebAdvisor through the MySJC Portal
- View the Academic Catalog for information on degree programs and certificates and the Academic Calendar for important dates.