You have several options to help make college more affordable. At Redlands, you can use federal grants, loans, work study and scholarships to pay for tuition, fees, books and housing. To qualify for grants, loans and work study, you must submit the Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This is the most important form you can fill out to make college affordable.
Redlands offers several scholarships, but you can also apply for scholarships from businesses, organizations, foundations and more. Federal Student Aid is a good place to start.
Important Deadline and Policies
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA): You can submit the FAFSA as early as October 1. You must apply before December 1 to be considered for the Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant (OTAG) program. When completing the FAFSA, enter the Redlands’ school code 003156 to ensure we receive your information.
Redlands Scholarships: Most applications are available in November and due February 1. Nursing scholarship deadlines are May 31. Scholarships are available through the Redlands Community College Foundation.
Oklahoma’s Promise: Students in the 8th, 9th or 10th grades can apply for this program and earn free college tuition. A great benefit to attending Redlands as an Oklahoma’s Promise student is your total cost, except for certain specialty fees, books and supplies, is funded because our tuition and fees are combined into one simple figure.
Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy: Once you have been awarded financial aid, you must meet certain requirements explained in the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy to continue receiving financial aid.
Return of Title IV Funds: If you have to withdraw from college, you may need to return a portion of the funds you received. Redlands will calculate the amount of tuition to be returned to the Title IV Federal fund programs according to the policy.