Inver Hills Community College offers financial aid assistance to help make your dreams for an education come true
Financial Aid

Paying for college

Financing your education is seldom easy, but our Financial Aid Office has the tools, resources and know-how to help you find your best opportunities for financial assistance. We are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality service to make sure you achieve your academic and career goals.

Financial Aid

Virtual Assistance for Students

Online Hours

Mon.- Fri.: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.: Financial Aid Virtual Room

Upload Documents to the Office of Financial Aid

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Financial Aid Hands-On Labs

Out of an abundance of caution, we are currently suspending hands-on labs. If you would like assistance with the financial aid process, please contact our Office of Financial Aid Helpdesk at finaid@inverhills.edu and a member of our staff will reach out to you and assist you.

Want help with the FAFSA? Don’t know how to create an FSA ID? Want to know the status of your financial aid application? Need to complete an Electronic Master Promissory Note? What’s Stafford Loan Counseling? Get your answers at any of the following sessions.

Financial Aid Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the questions we hear most often from students.


Code of Conduct for Inver Hills Community College Financial Aid Employees

This code is applicable to all Inver Hills employees with responsibilities related to Federal Title IV student loans and prohibits a conflict of interest. Where applicable, this code is superseded by Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Employee Code of Conduct, if more restrictive.

Inver Hills employees responsible for Federal Title IV student loans are prohibited from:

  1. Revenue sharing arrangements,
  2. Receiving most lender gifts, including those to family members, with certain minimal exceptions,
  3. Receiving fees or other compensation for consulting with lenders,
  4. Using the award packaging or other methods to assign first-time borrowers to certain lenders,
  5. Delaying or refusing to certify any loan based on the borrower's choice of lender,
  6. Accepting any funds for private education loans in exchange for benefits to the lenders such as a preferred lender arrangement,
  7. Requesting or accepting assistance from any lender for call-center staffing or financial aid office staffing, and
  8. Receiving any compensation or financial benefit for service other than reasonable reimbursement of expenses for any financial aid office employee who serves on a lender's advisory board.

This Code of Conduct is given annually to each employee with a responsibility related to Federal Title IV student loans.

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