Welcome to "My Financial Aid"

Please login to your MyCharterOak account in order to access "My Financial Aid."  This link is only available to applicants and current students. If you have not yet applied to Charter Oak, you may apply here

*You must have a financial aid file already on file with Charter Oak in order to access the NetPartner portal and be a applicant or current student to the college.  If you have not already begun the financial aid process, you can get started by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.  Remember to include Charter Oak's six digit school code, 032343, when completing the form.

Book Voucher Processing Information

Book Voucher Processing Information   

Students are issued one book voucher per semester and should register for their semester classes at the same time.

NOTE:  It can take several days for the Bursar's Office to process a book voucher once anticipated financial aid has been posted.  Students will be notified by MBS Direct (Barnes & Noble College) through their Charter Oak email when the voucher is ready to use.  Students should follow the steps in their email to access the bookstore's URL and indicate that payment will be made using the financial aid book voucher. 

Students who are issued a book voucher, but cannot locate the email, can use this link to have their voucher ID resent.

Office of Early Childhood (OEC) Students:

Charter Oak State College does not process book vouchers for OEC students. This is because funding for books comes from the Office of Early Childhood.   

For all OEC book voucher inquiries, please contact MBS Strategic Accounts at (888) 886-3072 or at strategicaccounts@bncservices.com.

Alternatively, OEC students can contact their OEC counselor for book voucher assistance. 

Important information about book vouchers:

A book voucher allows eligible students to charge books against their student billing account prior to the disbursement of financial aid funds.  If financial aid is in place and the total amount of financial aid exceeds the student's account balance (after tuition and fees are applied), a student may "opt-in" to request a book voucher.  The "opt-in" only needs to be completed once during the academic year.

Prior to purchasing books, students should review their required course materials to ensure they are ordering correct textbooks.






Registration for spring '22 and summer '22 is currently open

Returning  students must receive "clearance" in order to register for coursework.  Therefore, if you have not done so already, please contact your academic counselor to begin the course selection process.

  • To ensure the accuracy of your financial aid award, please register for all of your semester classes at one time.
  •  The Office of Financial aid will continue to award aid on a rolling basis throughout the award year.
  •  All financial aid correspondence will be emailed to your Charter Oak email account.



Free Application For Federal Student Aid

The 2021-22 FAFSA Application is available for students to complete who wish to enroll in spring '22 or summer '22 classes.

The 2022-2023 FAFSA is also available for students to complete at this time too.

In order to be considered for financial aid, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) available at www.fafsa.ed.gov.   Charter Oak's six-digit federal school code is 032343.

 Information about the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (IRS DRT):

 Tax return information transferred from the IRS into fafsa.gov now has stronger security and privacy protections.

  • As a result, tax information transferred from the IRS will not be visible to the applicant and will not display on the IRS DRT web page, FAFSA form, or on the Student Aid Report.
  • Instead, students will see "Transferred from the IRS" in the appropriate fields of on fafsa.gov, the IRS DRT web page, and on their Student Aid Report.   See below for how transferred information will be displayed:

Screen shot of FAFSA page indicating “You have successfully transferred your 2016 IRS tax information” and showing three FAFSA questions with “Transferred from the IRS” next to them.