Big program news! Financial aid is now available

There is only one more month until the Craft Brewing and Distilling degree program will be up and running for the first time ever. Be one of the first 30 students in the program with the help of financial aid. Yes–financial aid is now available for fall quarter! Currently, there is still money available for students to use towards their studies and still time to. Apply and register for this great opportunity to obtain an education in the industry.

What has SPSCC been up to?

Now that the program has been officially approved by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, SPSCC has accomplished all of the necessary steps to make the program financial aid eligible beginning in fall quarter, making it a program that is now more accessible for all interested students.

Steps to Apply

Step 1: Fill out the SPSCC application.

Step 2: Complete your FAFSA.

Step 3: Activate your SPSCC email.

Step 4: Complete the Craft Brewing and Distilling Program application and pay the application fee.

Step 5: Complete New Student Advising and Registration.

FAFSA Information

If you haven’t already done so, you can fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at https://fafsa.ed.gov/. The SPSCC school code is 005372. You will need to refer to your 2015 tax return to complete your FAFSA application.

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