Your education is an investment in your future. We are here to help you navigate and
get the help you need paying for college.
The Financial Aid Office staff is committed to helping you identify your options for
paying for college as well as guiding you through the process.
First, we would like to start by giving you a guide to the financial aid process.
This helpful checklist will lay out each step you need to take to apply for financial aid. It includes deadlines
you need to be aware of and the most important information — simplified. Click here for a list of important dates.
Next, we have important information you need to be aware of. We will keep you updated
on any new developments or requirements for each year’s financial aid.
2021-2022 FAFSA is available for Fall 2021, Spring 2022, and Summer 2022. The DRT
is available to import your 2019 taxes for 2021-22. Using the DRT and not changing
any of the information will result in faster review and less documentation to submit
to our office.
2022-2023 FAFSA is available beginning October 1st, 2021 for Fall 2022, Spring 2023,
and Summer 2023. The DRT is available to import your 2020 taxes for 2022-23. Using
the DRT and not changing any of the information will result in faster review and less
documentation to submit to our office.
Effective July 1, 2021: Any ISIR received on or after July 1, 2021, is not required
to provide documentation to clear Comment Codes related to Selective Service or Drug
Offenses. These will be waived by the Financial Aid Office and not negatively impact
the student’s ability to receive financial aid.
NEW! You can now complete your FAFSA with an app on your phone. Download the MyStudentAid app from the Apple Store or Google Play.
The Financial Aid Office provides educational assistance and enrollment certification
for the use of military benefits at Kishwaukee College to Veterans, Military Service
Members and their dependents and spouses. All credited programs at Kishwaukee College
are approved for Veterans’ education benefits.
Elgin Community College, Kishwaukee College and Waubonsee Community College have partnered with the Kane County Office of Community Reinvestment to offer job skills training services through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).