Information Sheets and Publications
The Financial Aid Office provides short information sheets and publications that may be downloaded for additional information. See the selection below.
Financial Aid and Study Abroad: An information sheet for students planning to enroll in Summer 2014 - Costa Rica program June 6, 2014 through July 20, 2014.
Financial Aid Missing Information: An item-by-item description of additional information items that may be required for verification. Students should check their Butte College email regularly for notifications from our office. Required items may also be viewed on MyBC/WebAdvisor under Financial Aid/Required Documents tab.
High School Completion Status Information Sheet. Instructions for students required to document their high school completion status for the beginning of the 2013-2014 academic year.
Income Tax Return Information Sheet for Special Filing Circumstances. Instructions for special filing circumstances: (1) filing extensions granted by the IRS; (2) amended IRS income tax returns; (3) tax filers who were victims of IRS identity theft; and (4) individuals who filed Non-IRS tax returns.
Policy on Requested Release of Confidential Information. Explanation of how the Financial Aid Office protects the confidentiality and privacy of student records as required by law.
Financial Aid from Start to Finish. A guide to types of aid available at Butte College, general eligibility requirements, and 6 steps that describe the process of applying through disbursement of funds. Available in a trifold format ready for printing.
Financial Aid "Alphabet Soup". A short guide to financial aid words and terms. Available in a trifold format ready for printing.
Federal Direct Student Loans. A brief guide to the types of federal student loans. Available in a trifold format ready for printing. Also see our Federal Student Loan web page.
Loan Exit Counseling for Federal Student Loan Borrowers. A guide to exit counseling and information on repayment plans, loan consolidation, and how to avoid default. Here is a guide provided by the Department of Education. Exit Counseling Guide
NEW BORROWERS ONLY: 150% Maximum Eligibility Period for Subsidized Loans. Important consumer information for new Direct Subsidized Loan borrowers regarding new federal regulations limiting eligibility to 150% of the published length of the student's current educational program. Available in a trifold format ready for printing.