Financial Aid

During the College shutdown, limited services will be available from the Financial Aid Office. All processing of aid payments will go on as normal and you will receive any aid payments as expected.

Verification paperwork will still be accepted through CampusLogic. Please log into your account at to submit any documentation being requested and to check the status of your financial aid application.

Students wishing to complete an Income Reduction Form for the 19-20 Academic Year, can download the form from the Forms section of our website. Please fill out the form and scan it and the requested additional documents and submit them at the link below.

Students wishing to submit a petition for independent status can download the Dependency Override from our Forms section and submit it at the link below.

If you need to submit an SAP Appeal or an Income Reduction form, you can scan and submit your documents to the following link and it will be processed by one of our Financial Aid Advisors.

If you need to submit a signature page for your FAFSA, you can mail it to the address on the form or you can upload it and we will apply your signature to your FAFSA.

Loan Applications

Students wishing to submit a Loan Application for the 19-20 year can find out more about the process and obtain the Loan Application on this website. Please complete the Master Promissory Note, the Loan Entrance Counseling session and then submit a completed Loan Application along with a copy of their ID to the link below.

Also, you can submit a California College Promise Grant Appeal at the link below. The form can be downloaded from our Form section.

Thank you for your understanding during this stressful period. When regular services commence you will be notified and we will update our website with up-to-date information.

Financial Aid funds are available for students to help them pay for their educational expenses. Most types of financial aid come from federal and state programs, which require completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Financial award funds are distributed based on a student’s demonstrated need. In addition to this, there are other aid programs that award funds based on financial need or merit.