Financial Aid and Scholarships

Overview

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W e understand that paying for college can be a challenge.  It is important for you to know that there are many resources available to help you and your family cover the cost of your college education.  The dedicated staff in the Financial Aid Office are here to help you learn about the resources and to help you apply for financial aid. 

Types of Financial Aid Available at Evergreen Valley College

CA Promise Grant (Formerly BOGFW)

California residents may apply for the California Community Colleges CA Promise Grant, which waives the $46 per unit enrollment fee. 
CA Promise Grant eligibility is now tied to your Academic Standing. For me information on the grant, please see links below for more information.
Promise Grant Fact Sheet

Promise Grant Handout

CA Promise Grant Application (formerly known as BOG Fee Waiver)


Federal Pell Grant

The Federal Pell Grant is the largest grant program in the country.  It is the foundation for an award package.  Pell Grants provide financial assistance to eligible part-time and full-time students, and are calculated based on enrollment status and Expected Family Contribution (EFC).  The maximum award amount for the 2018-2019 school year is $6095 . 

A Federal Pell Grant does not have to be repaid (in most cases).  Federal Pell Grants are awarded only to undergraduate students who have not earned a bachelor's or a professional degree.
Learn more about the Federal Pell Grant

FSEOG

The Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant is a limited grant for Pell-eligible students with the lowest EFCs who meet the priority deadlines and are enrolled in at least six units. More information about a FSEOG.

Federal Work Study

The Federal Work Study Program provides jobs for students who demonstrate financial need and are enrolled in at least six units.  Eligible students apply for work study positions either on or off campus. Read more information about Federal Work Study.

Cal Grant B & C  

A Cal Grant is money for college you don't have to pay back. To qualify, you must meet the eligibility and financial requirements as well as a GPA requirement. More information about Cal-Grants can be found at the link below:

Cal Grant Programs Information

Student Success Completion Grant

The Student Success Completion Grant (SSCG) is a financial aid program for Cal Grant B and C recipients attending a California Community College full-time (12 units or more).  
On top of the Cal Grant B or C award paid at community colleges, the Student Success Completion Grant pays full-time Cal Grant B or C recipients a maximum of $1,298 annually at $649 per semester for eligible students who enroll and attend 12 through 14.99 units per semester.

Students who enroll in 15 + units per semester, will receive the maximum payment of $4,000 annually at $2,000 per semester.
Watch video on the SSCG

Federal Direct Student Loans

Federal Direct Student Loans are low-interest loans for students to help pay for the cost of college education.  The lender is the U.S. Department of Education.  For more information please read the Student Loan page.

CA Dream Act

The California Dream Act allows students who meet AB 540 criteria to apply for and receive state-funded financial aid such as the Board of Governors Fee Waiver, Cal Grant and Chafee Grant and EOPS assistance. 

California Chafee Grant

If you are or were in foster care and have financial need, you may qualify for up to $5000 a year for career and technical training or college.  Y ou don't have to pay this money back.  You may also be able to use your grant to help pay for child care, transportation and rent while you're in school.  You can use your Chafee Grant at any eligible California college or university or career or technical school, as well as schools in other states. More information can be found at Chaffee Grants.

HOW TO APPLY

STEP 1:

Apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.  The FAFSA includes:

CA Promise Grant (formerly Board of Governors Fee Waiver)

Pell Grant & FSEOG*

Work Study*

Direct Loans*

Cal Grant *

CA Dream Act applicants must complete the CA Dream Act Application.  The CA Dream Act Application includes:

CA Promise Grant (formerly- Board of Governors Fee Waiver)

Cal Grant*

EOPS*

*Additional forms are required for this type of financial aid.

Step 2:

You will receive an email from FSA (Federal Student Aid) to confirm that your FAFSA was submitted and processed.

FSA sends your FAFSA to EVC electronically 7-10 business days after your FAFSA is processed.

Step 3:

EVC will receives applications once per week.  When your application is received you will be awarded a CA Promise Grant (fee waiver), if you are eligible.

Step 4:

You will receive a Financial Aid Status email from the EVC Financial Aid Office.  This email will tell you what additional requirements you need to complete, if any.

Step 5:

Complete the additional requirements indicated in your Financial Aid Status email.

Step 6:

If you are registered for classes and your are eligible for financial aid, you will receive your Refund Selection Kit regarding how you want your financial aid disbursed.


 

​Office Hours

​Mon:   8am - 5pm
Tue:    8am - 5pm
Wed:   ​8am - ​6pm​
Thurs: 8am - 5pm
Fri:      8am - 3pm

​​Location:

Student Center (SC)-123

Contact Us:​ ​​

Email: evcfa@evc.edu

Office: (408) 270-6460 

Fax: (408) 239-8802

Staff Directory ​

Federal School Code

012452

Quick Links

CA Promise Grant - formerly known as BOG Fee Waiver 

FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

​​CA Dream Act Application

myEVCcard (BankMobile)

Net Price Calculator​

EVC Supporting Page
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