Disbursement Information

Students can access their Summer Term financial aid loan disbursement disclosure and billing statement on MyKCC. 

Students who have trouble accessing their financial aid documents on MyKCC can contact the KCC Technology Help Desk at

Students who have questions about the details of their disbursement or documents can contact the KCC Business Office at 541-880-2237.

Please note: Additional disbursements are continually being posted. The current schedule is available here.

What must be completed before I can charge books to my financial aid account?  
In order for your financial aid account to be "book-charge ready" you must have accepted your awards on your MyKCC webpage and completed any fund-required tasks such as entrance counseling or a master promissory note. 

How long are charges accepted at the Bookstore?  
You can make eligible financial aid charges to your account at the KCC Bookstore beginning one week prior to the term beginning and through the Wednesday of the second week of the term.

When do financial aid disbursements start each term?  
The first disbursement for each term will be the third Tuesday at 1:30 pm in the KCC Conference Center. Subsequent disbursements will be held every Tuesday at 1:30 pm in Founders Hall as needed.

What does being a "first-time borrower" mean?  
A first-time loan borrower is any student who has never received student loan funds through the Direct Loan Program. Per federal regulation, first-time loan borrowers are subject to a 30-day hold on any loan funds being disbursed in order to prove academic success.

As a "first-time borrower," how does this change in disbursement dates affect my aid being disbursed?  
As a first-time borrower, the change in disbursement dates will not affect your aid in any way except that your direct loan disbursement will be held for 30 days into the term and then disbursed on the next Tuesday at 1:30 pm in Founders Hall.

If I stop attending classes, can I still receive my financial aid check?  
Your financial aid eligibility is determined by your attendance in class. If you cease attending, the financial aid office will re-calculate your eligibility and you may become ineligible for some or all federal financial aid. If your financial aid eligibility has to be re-calculated, your financial aid check will be held and voided and a new check will be issued, if you are eligible for any funds.