Award Details

Your financial aid awards are detailed on your award letter. This award letter is available on WebAdvisor under the Financial Aid section.

What is an Award Letter?


Disbursement Details

Your award information may indicate a total Summer/Fall/Spring award.  However, the award will be divided into two disbursements per semester as follows:

             First Disbursement (Semester)-consists of 1/2 of the total semester award.

             Second Disbursement (Semester)-consists of 1/2 of total semester award.  If your enrollment status changes your payment will be prorated accordingly.

Disbursements processed after a scheduled payment date will be processed on the next available payment date.

You may not accept this award if you are receiving financial aid from another school during the same school year/enrollment period.  You MUST DECLINE THIS OFFER AND REPORT this information immediately to the Financial Aid Office. Failure to do so will result in immediate repayment of funds received.

Receipt of your initial payment is considered an acceptance of the terms and conditions of this award offer.  Students with remaining need not met by this offer may request additional financial aid information at the Financial Aid Office.

Financial aid disbursements are made to students based on the semester payment schedule available under Important Resources (right side bar on this page). If you anticipate to receive financial aid from Woodland Community College (not including the California College Promise Grant, fee waiver), we have partnered with BankMobile to deliver your financial aid refund. For more information about BankMobile, visit this link:

If time permits based on federal disbursement regulations, funds returned as undeliverable will be resent to the student’s BankMobile account when the student updates his/her refund method and notifies the Financial Aid Office. If funds are returned as undeliverable, and the student does not update his/her refund method with BankMobile, the funds will be returned to the source (e.g. Federal Pell Grant funds are returned to the U.S. Department of Education, Cal Grant funds are returned to the California Student Aid Commission, etc.) Federal regulation (34 CFR 690.78) authorizes the school to pay students by credit to their accounts for any unpaid charges of tuition and fees.