Course instruction will be offered via online and hybrid distance learning modes of instruction for the Summer II Session, with courses meeting synchronously at scheduled times via Zoom or Teams. For the safety of our students and community, the May 2020 Graduation Ceremonies will be provided in a virtual format via YouTube on Saturday, July 11th. Visit our COVID-19 FAQs page for more information. SWTJC will observe summer hours through Friday, July 31st. Office hours will be Monday through Thursday from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm and Friday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. The current work from home environment is still in place unless instructed otherwise.

2020 Summer Aid Request Form

Please fill out the following form to submit your request for 2020 Summer Aid

Student must complete and submit (if not already processed) a 2019-2020 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) no later than June 30, 2020. SWTJC School Code is 003614. ( Student must complete and submit the 2020 Summer Aid Request Form no later than July 10, 2020.

Please note you cannot receive federal aid from two schools simultaneously.

  • I certify the information on this form to be true and accurate and certify that I have read, understand, and agree to the following statements:
  • I understand that eligibility programs (e.g. Pell, Direct Loans, etc.) will be contingent on my remaining annual and/or aggregate program eligibility.
  • I understand, with the exception of Federal Pell Grant, summer aid eligibility requires a minimum of half-time enrollment. (Six hours).
  • I must be a regular admitted student (Must not be a transient student).
  • I understand that I must comply with all financial aid policies as outlined in the SWTJC catalog including the Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP).
    Financial aid will not be applied to student accounts before the 1st day of class of the term in which the student attains six hours of enrollment.
  • I understand any false statements or misrepresentation will be cause for denial, reduction, withdrawal, and/or repayment of financial aid, and may subject the applicant(s) to fine, imprisonment, or both under provisions of the United States Criminal Code.