The Office of Financial Aid is here to assist you. Please review this page for information regarding Hurricane Sandy. We will continue to post information as we receive it for the use of families who have been impacted by a natural disaster.
Families should contact the Office of Financial Aid for additional information if they have been affected by a natural disaster such as Hurricane Sandy.
Every student at SJC has an assigned financial aid counselor. Please see below for direct contact information for your financial aid counselor.
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The U.S. Department of Education is committed to assisting students enrolled in post-secondary education who have been impacted by hurricanes and natural disasters. This page provides links to information we have posted related to the impact of the natural disasters on students, parents, student loan borrowers, colleges and universities, and financial institutions that participate in the federal student assistance programs.U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION GUIDANCE
The department has provided the following guidance for individuals, institutions, loan holders and guaranty agencies located in FEMA-declared disaster areas: DCL: GEN-10-16 General Guidance for Helping Title IV Participants Affected by a Major Disaster
CONTACT INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS, PARENTS AND BORROWERS
Students and parents with questions about whether or not their school is operating should contact the school directly or visit your school's website.
Students and parents with questions about their federal student aid can call 800.4FEDAID (800.433.3243)
Borrowers who have questions about their federally-owned loans (Direct Loans or FFEL Purchased Loans) should contact their federal loan servicer directly. Federal Loan Servicer contact information is available on the Federal Student Aid Loan Servicers Web page. They can also call 1-800-4FEDAID (800.433.3243) or may contact the Federal Student Aid Ombudsman at 877.557.2575 or 202.377.3800.