How to Apply for Financial Aid
How to Apply for Financial Aid at Fremont College
Below are instructions on how to apply for financial aid. Simply follow the five-step checklist to determine if you are eligible to receive financial aid.
Step 1: Schedule an appointment with a Fremont College Student Finance Aid Officer
To schedule an appointment, contact us online or call 1-800-373-6668.
Step 2: Complete the FAFSA application at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov.
The Fremont College Federal School Code is 030399.
A FAFSA application must be completed in order for a student to be considered for most types of financial aid. The application must be completed each school year, and can be submitted online.
Step 3: Submit any additional documentation requested.
Approximately one week after processing your FAFSA, the Department of Education will electronically transmit the information to Fremont College. We will then review the data to determine if any additional documents (i.e., tax returns, citizenship documentation, etc.) are needed. This review is undertaken to ensure the accuracy of the information reported.
If additional documents are requested, you may submit them:
In person at the Financial Aid Office, or by mail:
Financial Aid Office
Fremont College – Cerritos Campus
18000 Studebaker Rd. Suite 900
Cerritos, California 90703
Fremont College – Los Angeles Campus
3440 Wilshire Blvd. 10th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90010
After you have submitted any requested additional documentation, your information will be reviewed for accuracy and completeness.
Step 4: Award Notification Email
A financial aid award notification email detailing amounts and the types of aid programs offered to you is mailed to the address on record with Fremont College Enrollment services.
Step 5: Disbursement
To receive you funds, you must accept your award(s) on the award notification letter. If you choose to apply for a loan, promptly submit required loan documents.
Note: You must meet Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements to receive your financial aid check. Refer to the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for more information regarding this requirement.