Financial Aid and On-Campus Housing
Financial Aid can play an important part in helping a student cover the costs of tuition, fees, books and on-campus student housing. We encourage you to
complete a FAFSA® (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at least three months before beginning classes (or as early as October 1 for the next academic year). Early filing may help your
eligibility for different types of financial aid. Below you will find a short FAQ for student living in on-campus student housing.
We highly recommend that you contact a Financial Aid Advisor by phone (541-383-7260) or
by email with any questions.
How do I know if my financial aid is going to be enough to cover all my expenses?
Once you complete your FAFSA® and any requirements requested by our financial aid office, click to
view the financial aid steps, you will be able to review your award information by logging into your
Bobcat Web Account and following the steps below. You can click here to get an estimate Cost of Attendance for COCC? of your expenses for the year.
- Click on 'Student Services & Financial Aid'
- Click on 'Financial Aid'
- Clock on 'My Award Information'
- Select appropriate aid year
- Click the 'Terms and Conditions' tab
- Click the 'Accept Offer' tab
What if my financial aid is not enough to cover the cost of my tuition, fees, books and on-campus student housing?
Other sources of funding can come from
scholarships or loans such as
the PLUS (Parent Loan for Undergraduate Student) or
Alternative loans through a bank. If you have any questions or concerns, we highly recommend that you contact a Financial Aid Advisor by phone (541-383-7260) or
Where do I find more information about the Residence Hall?
To learn more about how to apply, dates and deadlines, rates and other questions you have, visit the
Residence Hall web site.