Complete FAFSA application to receive waiver and others

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2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

1st floor, Student Services Center

(714) 895-8394

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New FAFSA for the 2018-2019 school year is available!

Renew your FAFSA today!

FAFSA Workshops available every Tuesday and Wednesday.


Financial Aid Welcomes You

The Financial Aid Office staff are here to assist you with all your questions regarding the student financial aid process. We encourage all students to apply for financial aid, as a variety of assistance may be available. The Financial Aid Office does not want anyone to be deprived of an education due to a lack of financial resources.

Applying for financial aid can be a complex and confusing process. Financial aid workshops are available for students who need help! With each workshop, financial aid staff are available to help you through the application.

California College Promise Grant (Formerly BOG Fee Waiver)

What is it?

The California College Promise Grant is a state sponsored program which waives the enrollment fees ($46 per unit) for eligible California residents. All additional fees are not waved.

How do I apply for the California College Promise Grant?

Submit a FAFSA application or Dream Act (Dreamers/DACA) application; both are available online!

What semesters are my fees waived?

If you are eligible for the California College Promise Grant the following is a quick reference: 17-18 FAFSA or 17-18 Dream Act Application – Fall ’17, Spring ’18 and Summer ‘18

• Deadline to submit a 17-18 application is June 30, 2018

18-19 FAFSA or 18-19 Dream Act Application – Fall ’18, Spring ’19 and Summer ‘19

• Deadline to submit a 18-19 application is June 30, 2019

What if I paid my enrollment fees already?

If you are determined eligible for the California College Promise Grant, you will be refunded for the enrollment fees for the semesters that you are eligible.

For additional eligibility requirements please click on the following link: California College Promise Grant (formerly BOG Fee Waiver)

At Risk of Being Homeless?

A student is considered homeless if he or she lacks fixed, regular and adequate housing. This includes students living in shelters, motels, cars or parks, or who are temporarily living with other people because they have nowhere else to go. Homeless youth determinations are made on a case-by-case basis.

If you believe you are at risk of being homeless; we advise you to look at our Homeless Resources