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  • Resources for Future and Current Students    

    Financial Aid   

    FA Application Steps   

    STEP 1: Apply online at FAFSA on the Web.   

    STEP 2: Activate the Bank Mobile Card you will receive in the mail.   

    STEP 3: Check your award status in the CBC Cougar Den-Student Information System.   

    If your application is selected for verification, you will need to provide additional paperwork. Check your status on the Student information System (SIS) to identify any documentation that you need to submit. 

    Priority for additional grants is given based on when a student completes the financial aid process and how much documented need the student has. The priority deadline for grants is May 1, However, applications for financial aid are accepted year round.     

    Scholarships   

    For more information on CBC scholarships, visit the CBC Financial Aid and Foundation websites.   

    Fastweb   

    Hispanic Scholarship Fund    

    UNCF    

    Gates Millennium Scholars    

     STEPS: Student Training & Education in Public Service   

    Check Out:    

    Check out the Coastal Bend College Transfer Resources website. Student looking to transfer can take advantage of one of the many agreements Coastal Bend College has with college and university partners. Through these partnerships, students are able to complete two years at Coastal Bend College and obtain an associate degree, then transfer to complete two more years for their bachelor’s degree.   

    Check out colleges and universities in Texas.        

    Check out the many Private Colleges and Universities in Texas.  

    Check out the  Texas Common Course Numbering website to learn how course credits earned at one public Texas college or university can be applied when transferred to another. 

    Career Exploration   

    You can visit our very own Career Center here on CBC locations. The Career Center provides students with individual and group counseling,   

    vocational testing services, exploration of career options, and information on occupational fields and employment.   

    The Texas Workforce Commission is a career exploration and planning system. designed especially for students. Students can explore career options by taking self-assessments that can link up your interests to jobs and occupations. Students can also find out how much money they will need to pay for housing, transportation, bills, clothing, etc. and which occupations will pay for all their needs.   

    My Next Move: What do you want to do for a living? Search careers with keywords, browse careers by industry, and get career suggestions based on what you like to do.   

    Job Opportunities   

    Looking for a part time job as a student? Check out Job Opportunities Here at CBC.