Eligibility for Financial Aid

Check your Eligibility

In order to be considered for financial assistance at Naugatuck Valley Community College, you must meet certain eligibility requirements:

    • You must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
    • You must be a U.S. Citizen or an Eligible Non-citizen (see below)
    • Male Students, ages 18-25, must be registered for Selective Service (you will be given the ability to register during the FAFSA filing process)
    • You must have a High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) High School Equivalency Diploma. You will be asked to indicate this on your FAFSA.
    • You must be matriculated into an eligible degree or certificate program
    • You must not be in default on any federal educational loans or owe a refund on a federal grant
    • You must be making Satisfactory Academic Progress
    • You must not have been convicted of a drug offense while receiving financial aid

Citizen or Eligible Non-Citizen

You are considered a citizen or eligible non-citizen if you fit into one of the following categories:

    • You are a U.S. Citizen (either born or naturalized)
    • You are a U.S. National (includes natives of America, Samoa or Swains' Island)
    • You are a U.S. Permanent Resident with an Alien Registration Receipt Card

You are not considered a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen, but have an I-94 or I-94A with one of the following designations:

    • Refugee
    • Asylum granted
    • Indefinite Parole
    • Humanitarian Parole
    • Cuban-Haitian entrant, status pending
    • Conditional entrant (valid only if issued BEFORE April 1, 1980)

If you meet these criteria, you are eligible to complete a FAFSA beginning October 1 of each year.

DACA Students

DACA Students - Update

  • January 2018: The Immigration Detention and DACA (IDD) Clinic at UConn Law School is offering legal consultations for people who have lost, or will be losing, protection they previously had under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) or Temporary Protected Status (TPS) programs.  The consultations will provide advice on possible immigration avenues, and assistance on DACA renewal for those who qualify, but the IDD Clinic is generally not equipped to provide further representation.  The consultations will be performed by teams of law student interns under the supervision of an experienced attorney.  Consultations and any other services will be free of charge (except for potential filing fees) and will likely require two or more meetings at the UConn Law School in Hartford.  If you would like a consultation with the IDD Clinic, please contact Jon Bauer, at jon.bauer@uconn.edu or 860-570-5205, or Anna Cabot, at anna.cabot@uconn.edu or 860-570-5460. Please note that the scope of the immigration services offered by the clinic are limited. 

  • Delayed Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) - For CSCU's position on DACA, legal and community resources, and a frequently asked questions area, please review the CSCU web page.

DACA Students - Update
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