Tuition AssistanceIn addition to traditional financial aid (scholarships, grants, and loans), tuition assistance programs are available for certain members of our community.
Early College Access Program (ECAP)
Foster Care or Homeless Youth
In-County Statewide Tuition Programs
Parents or Guardians of Deaf or Hard of Hearing Child
Victims of Human Trafficking
Military Tuition Assistance Benefits
Each service branch varies in their application process, criteria for eligibility, service obligation, and restrictions. Service members choosing to use Tuition Assistance (TA) benefits should follow the links and directions for their specific service. Students must be approved by their Education Center prior to enrolling in classes. It is highly advised to begin this process early (60 days prior to the start of the semester) as Tuition Assistance must be approved at least 7 days before classes begin.
Once approved, email your TA Authorization Letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: Tuition Assistance does not cover fees, only tuition.Federal Student Aid Handbook (PDF) for Active Duty Service members and reservists, who are temporarily unable to attend class or have to suspend their studies. Please contact veterans services or the registrar’s office to notify the college of your military service and intention to return to school.
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