OFFICE HOURS :
Monday - Thursday
8am to 4:30pm
Tuesday - Wednesday
8am to 6:00pm
8 am - noon
Location: SSC-106 [map]
Phone: (949) 582-4860
HIGHER ONE ATM
Student Services Building
Building (MSE) -
(PE 200) - Foyer
For your convenience a
Document Drop Box
outside our office.
Student Financial Assistance & Scholarship Office
How Much Does It Cost to Attend Saddleback College?
When we use the word “Budget,” we mean the amount of money that will see a student through a year of school at a modest, but adequate, standard of living.
A budget does not and, indeed, cannot take into consideration all of the situations in which people find themselves, and it presumes mature consumer choices on your part. If, for example, you have payments to make on a car, it may be that you will have to share an apartment with other students in order to keep your expenses down. Or perhaps you might prefer to bike to school and thus have more money for other things. In any event, you must choose what is important to you; consumer choices are not reflected in the budgets which follow
SADDLEBACK COLLEGE COST OF ATTENDANCE - 2011 - 2012 ACADEMIC YEAR
||LIVING WITH PARENTS
||LIVING AWAY FROM PARENTS
ENROLLMENT & HEALTH FEES
FOOD AND HOUSING
BOOKS & SUPPLIES
ADDITIONAL BUDGET FACTORS:
1. Nonresident Tuition: $190.00 per unit.
2. Child Care: Based on actual expenses while school is in session.
3. Budgets may be adjusted for documented extraordinary circumstances.
4. All fees and tuition are subject to change without notice.
USE OF FUNDS
Financial aid must be used only for approved educational expenses at Saddleback College during the enrollment period. Approved allowances that are included in the standard financial aid budget include “direct” costs such as tuition, mandatory fees and books. Other costs that may be considered are “indirect” costs such as room and board (rent, food, utilities, household supplies), transportation (bus fare, gas, emergency vehicle repairs), and personal/miscellaneous. Pre-existing debts and conditions will not be considered as an expense.
Financial aid is available to assist eligible students by minimizing the financial burden of attending college. It is intended to assist, NOT REPLACE, resources needed to meet the cost of education. It is intended to pay for expenses that are incurred as a result of going to college and not intended to pay for day-to-day living expenses.
Financial aid funds MAY not be available at the beginning of each semester due to grade posting and/or processing timeline to determine student’s eligibility. Students are encouraged to be prepared to pay from their own resources books & supplies.