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Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy

Redlands Community College
Office of Financial Aid
Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy

Federal regulations now require colleges to monitor the academic progress of students receiving financial aid.  In order to remain eligible for either Federal or State Financial Aid as administered by the Financial Aid Office at Redlands Community College, (RCC) students are required to maintain satisfactory academic progress (SAP) toward completion of an eligible degree or certificate program.  

Campus Activities

Campus activities give you the chance to make friends and meet new people who have similar interests. You can also get to know faculty and staff-which never hurts when you need to get some help with a problem. Plus, being involved in campus organizations looks great on your résumé.

Experience Intramural Sports, Back-to-School Bash, Welcome Back Wednesday, Spring Fling and more 

Enrollment Steps

Step 1 - Apply to be a Redlands student

  • Online
  • In person at Student Services or request application via mail

Step 2 - Apply for Financial Aid

Step 3 - Enroll in Classes

Ways to Apply

Complete an online application, or

Call Student Services at (405) 422-1417 and request and application, or

Register in-person at 1300 S. Country Club Road, El Reno


Net Price Calculator

The Net Price Calculator is part of a federal mandate to help prospective students make an informed decision about the cost of college and what kind of financial aid package they might expect. The calculator will give an estimate of what it will cost to attend Redlands Community College for a year.

R2T4 Policy


Withdrawal and Return of Title IV Funds (R2T4) Policy

When you apply for financial aid, you sign a statement that you will use the funds for educational purposes only. Therefore, if you withdraw before completing your program, a portion of the funds you received may have to be returned. Redlands Community College will calculate the amount of tuition to be returned to the Title IV Federal fund programs according to the policies listed below.

Step by Step Enrollment

Step-by-Step Enrollment

Step-by-Step Enrollment

Step 1 - Apply to Redlands
Complete an application online, or apply in person.

Future Students

Future Students


Oklahoma's Promise (OHLAP)

What Is Oklahoma's Promise?

With Oklahoma's Promise, formerly known as OHLAP (Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program), students who meet certain criteria can earn free college tuition. While the Promise allows participants to choose which college to attend and where to use their scholarship money, there are certain advantages to using your Oklahoma's Promise funds at Redlands Community College.