The FAFSA code for Oak Hills Christian College is 016116
The EFC is calculated using a formula set by Congress. This formula is applied to the FAFSA information to determine the total amount each family should be able to contribute to the cost of attending college. The EFC amount is constant regardless of which college you choose to attend.
You must complete all financial aid information (including loan applications, any corrections needed by the student and/or the parents and all supporting documents such as tax forms) and have this on file with the Financial Aid Office prior to the beginning of the semester. Due to time involved with processing Financial Aid, potential aid may not be available before the payment deadline. This results in you having to cover costs with another method of payment and/or service charges accruing on your student account.
Approximately two to four weeks after you file the FAFSA you will receive a Student Aid Report (SAR) either by mail or email, which will list your FAFSA information. If you listed Oak Hills Christian College as one of your school choices on the FAFSA, the Financial Aid Office will receive your FAFSA information electronically.
Review your SAR for accuracy and contact the Financial Aid Office if corrections are needed.
The Financial Aid Office may ask you to provide additional documentation for your file (such as copies of federal tax forms).
After all necessary information has been received, the Financial Aid Office will calculate your aid eligibility and send you an Award Letter.
You must be admitted to Oak Hills Christian College prior to us sending an Award Letter.
It is in the student’s interest to begin the process of applying for financial aid as soon as you begin the admissions process. This process typically starts with filling out the FAFSA and the OHCC Financial Aid Application. If you are entering OHCC in the fall, the FAFSA may be filed after January 1st of that same year. Often there are additional forms to complete in order to qualify for grants and loans. The earlier you submit your paperwork, the greater the chances are of receiving financial aid from programs with limited funding.
To determine eligibility for need-based federal aid (grants, loans and work-study from the federal and state government), Oak Hills Christian College uses the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The purpose of the FAFSA is to gather information on the student's income and assets, as well as data on the parent's income, assets, family size and number of family members in college. After the Financial Aid Office receives the FAFSA results, the student's financial aid eligibility is determined.
Financial Aid Office, 1600 Oak Hills Road SW, Bemidji, MN 56601 local: 218-751-8670, ext. 1284, toll-free: 888-751-8670, ext. 1284 fax: 218-751-8825 email@example.com