Irvine Valley College
Welcome to IVC My Financial Aid Portal!
- Check the status of your application
- View a list of documents we've received from you and a list of the documents still needed
- View your financial aid awards
- View your student loan history
- View your disbursement dates
LOG IN DIRECTIONS:
To access the online system, enter your Student ID, Password and click on Submit.
If you are a new student, please click on the "First Time User" link to create an account. You will be asked to verify your account before the system lets you create the account. You must have received a document request letter from our office in order to log into this system. If you completed the California College Promise Grant (formerly known as the BOG Fee Waiver) and not the FAFSA, you cannot access My IVC Financial Aid portal.
Thank you for applying for financial aid at Irvine Valley College. Once we receive all the documents we request from you, our specialist reviews your file and determines the amount of student aid you are eligible to receive.
Please Read the Following Information:
Completing a financial aid file is not the same as completing the FAFSA application, as additional documentation is necessary before any award can be made. Students should ensure that they respond in a timely fashion to any request received for additional documentation, as not doing so will delay their award notification, and ultimately their disbursement. All email from us will be sent to the email address you provided on the FAFSA form.
USE OF FUNDS
Financial aid must be used only for educational expenses at Irvine Valley College during the academic year. Approved allowances that are included in the standard financial aid budget include “direct” costs such as tuition, mandatory fees and books. Other costs that may be considered are “indirect” costs such as room and board (rent, food, utilities, household supplies), transportation (bus fare, gas, emergency vehicle repairs), and personal/miscellaneous. Pre-existing debts and conditions will not be considered as an expense.
Financial aid is available to assist eligible students by minimizing the financial burden of attending college. It is intended to assist, not replace, resources needed to meet the cost of education. It is intended to pay for expenses that are incurred as a result of going to college and not intended to pay for day-to-day living expenses.
Financial aid funds may not be available at the beginning of each semester due to grade posting and/or the processing timeline to determine student’s eligibility. Students are encouraged to be prepared to pay with their own resources for books & supplies.