Financial Aid

Contact Us

Attention: In Person Services have resumed starting June 1st. Please review the CR COVID-19 Rules before arriving to campus.

Email Us Here

Or send us an email at finaid@redwoods.edu

For form submission please use the eForms platform to submit forms to the financial aid office.


FALL 2021 HOURS:

Eureka
Student Services Building
Mon.-Thurs. 9am-4pm
Fri. 11am-3pm
707.476.4182

Del Norte
Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm
Appointments Only.
707.465.2300

Klamath-Trinity
Mon.-Fri. 8am-4pm
Appointments Encouraged.
530.625.4821

Financial Aid Office Workshops


 

Drop in Sessions - Fall 2021

Please click on the title of the drop in session to learn more about what the drop in session is for, when and how to access the drop in.

 

Welcome Center Drop In | Fall 2021
Location: Student Services Building, Eureka Campus
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00am-4:00pm

Our Welcome Center is located in the Student Services building on the Eureka Campus and is open Monday-Friday from 9:00am-4:00pm. The Welcome Center provides assistance with applying for Financial Aid, eForm submission, and provides access to computers, scanners, and printers. 

  • COVID 19 - Campus Policy: https://www.redwoods.edu/CovidTest
    • visitors, students and staff are required to wear a mask covering and social distance, failure to do so will result in removal from drop in session. Please be aware that Health Screeners are located at the entrance of the Student Services Building, vistors will need be screened before entry will be allowed.

 

 

 


Fall 2021 Workshops - Coming Soon

Please check back in October for Fall 2021 Workshops and Fall 2021 Drop in Sessions. In the meantime, please enjoy our currently recorded workshops and our on demand financial literacy video sessions.

 

 


Summer 2021 Workshops

Please click on the title of each workshop to learn more including the workshops description, scheduled date and time, how to register and much more. Workshops are recorded and posted for later viewing. Workshop materials will be posted a week prior to the scheduled date and time.

 

 

Spring 2021 Workshops

Please click on the title of each workshop to learn more including the workshops description, scheduled date and time, how to register and much more. Workshops are recorded and posted for later viewing. Workshop materials will be posted a week prior to the scheduled date and time.

 

Topic: Financial Aid 101 | Recorded
Posted on: February 19, 2021 | Runtime: 00:22:55

Description: Welcome to our Financial Aid workshop on Financial Aid. This workshop will discuss what financial aid is, how you apply and how to access helpful resources. This workshop is recorded and available for viewing during the 20202-2021 academic year.

 

Topic: Understanding Student Loans | Recorded
When: March 19, 2021 | Runtime: 00:41:50

Description: Welcome to our Financial Aid workshop on understanding student loans. This workshop will discuss the current federal student loan program, how to apply for student loans, and how to manage student loans. This workshop will be recorded and available for viewing during the 20202-2021 academic year. Registration is required for the live workshop, if no students are registered 24 hours prior, the live workshop will be cancelled and a recording will be posted on the financial aid website on the day of the workshop.


Workshop Materials/Quiz:

 

Topic: Creating a Budget (Part I) - Basic | Recording Pending
When: April 07, 2021 | 11:00am-12:00pm

Description: Welcome to our Financial Literacy Workshop on Creating a Budget! We will be going over what a budget is, how to create a budget and how your financial aid fits into budgeting. This workshop will be recorded for later viewing throughout the 2020-21 academic year. Registration is required for the live presentation. If there are no registered students 24 hours prior, the live workshop will be cancelled and the recording will be posted the day of the workshop. Recordings will be posted on the financial aid home page and the financial literacy webpage. The Spring 2021 and Fall 2020, Creating a Budget Part 1 - are the same workshops with slightly different numbers used in the presentations. Students can watch either recordings and get the same information.


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Topic: Creating a Budget (Part II) - Advance | Recorded
When: April 16, 2021 | Runtime: 00:34:45

Description: Welcome to our Financial Literacy Workshop on Advance Budgeting! We will be going over the next steps after you have created a basic budget, we will be reviewing how to transfer the budget to excel and how to account for irregular expenses. Please make sure you have completed, Creating a Budget (Part I) - Basic, before attending this workshop. Registration is required for the live presentation. If there are no registered students 24 hours prior, the live workshop will be cancelled and the recording will be posted the day of the workshop. Recordings will be posted on the financial aid home page and the financial literacy webpage
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Workshop Materials/Quiz:

 

Topic: Identity Theft and Fraud | Recorded
When: April 22, 2021 | Runtime: 00:47:07

Description: Welcome to our Financial Literacy Workshop on Identity Theft and Fraud. We will be discussing what Identity theft is, how it happens, how to protect yourself and what to do if your identity is stolen. Registration is required for the live presentation. If there are no registered students 24 hours prior, the live workshop will be cancelled and the recording will be posted the day of the workshop. Recordings will be posted on the financial aid home page and the financial literacy webpage.

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Topic: Managing Debt | Recorded
When: May 21, 2021 | Runtime: 00:21:00

Description: Welcome to our Financial Literacy Workshop on Managing Debt, we will be discussing how to manage a variety of debt from student loans to credit cards. We will discuss techniques and effective ways to manage debt. Registration is required for the live presentation. If there are no registered students 24 hours prior, the live workshop will be cancelled and the recording will be posted the day of the workshop. Recordings will be posted on the financial aid home page and the financial literacy webpage.

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Fall 2020 Workshops

Please click on the title of each workshop to learn more including the workshops description, scheduled date and time, how to register and much more.

 

Topic: Creating a Budget | Recorded
When: October 28, 2020 | Runtime: 00:37:54

Description: Welcome to our Financial Literacy Workshop on Creating a Budget! We will be going over what a budget is, how to create a budget and how your financial aid fits into budgeting. This workshop will be recorded for later viewing throughout the 2020-21 academic year. Recordings will be posted on the financial aid home page and the financial literacy webpage.


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Topic: Understanding Credit | Recorded
When: November 6, 2020 | Runtime: 00:38:15

Description: Welcome to our Financial Literacy Workshop on Understanding Credit. We will be discussing what credit is, how it’s managed and what it does. The workshop will be recorded and available for viewing throughout the 20-21 academic year. Recorded workshops will be posted on the financial aid homepage and the financial literacy web page.


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Topic: Financial Aid Pitfalls | Recorded
When: November 30, 2020 | Runtime: 00:38:15

Description: Welcome to our financial aid workshop on Financial Aid Pitfalls. We will be discussing the federal and state policies regarding different types of financial aid and how students can avoid owing back their aid. The workshop will be recorded and available for students to view during 20/21 academic year. Recorded workshops will be posted on the financial aid website and the financial literacy website.

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GetCounseling - Interactive Financial Literacy Sessions

Welcome to our online platform Get Counseling. Students can use the application below to register using their student email and partcipate in video sessions on a variety of Financial Literacy Topics. These sessions are video based and will present quiz questions as the student progresses through the session. If the application does not load below, please use this link: Click HERE

 

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