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Emergency Fund Grant
What is the Oxnard College Condor Care Emergency Fund Grant?
The CCEFG is a grant to support students facing temporary financial hardship due to an emergency or crisis situation.
Emergency is defined as, “An unexpected or unforeseen expense, event, or circumstance that could cause a loss of momentum toward student success.”
This grant is intended to provide one-time assistance and is subject to available resources.
- Must have a valid FAFSA or California Dream Act Application for the academic year
- Must be classified as a resident of California or AB540 student
- Must have exhausted all financial aid options
- Must be meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress standards
How do I apply?
How much am I eligible to receive?
Funds are limited and the dollar amount of the grant varies based on the emergency and student eligibility.
Can I receive this grant more than once?
Eligible students may only receive one Emergency Fund Grant per academic year.
If approved, how will I receive the money?
Oxnard College has partnered with BankMobile to deliver your financial aid refund. For more information about BankMobile, visit this link: http://bankmobiledisbursements.com/refundchoices/ This process may take between 7-21 days.
**Funding is limited and all requests are not guaranteed. **
Federal School Code: 016391
Welcome to the Oxnard College Financial Aid website. We offer programs and services to help meet some of your educational costs. Financial aid applications are accepted throughout the academic year but we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.
The Financial Aid Office is comprised of dedicated financial aid professionals committed to serving students and provide them information to secure the necessary financial resources to meet their educational objectives. Financial aid awards are subject to availability of funds, eligibility for funds, enrollment status and financial need.
If you need help paying your enrollment fees or other expenses, financial aid in the form of grants and federal work-study is available to eligible students. The California College Promise Grant (CCPG) is available to California residents. View the VCCCD Code of Conduct/Conflict of Interest Policy here.
Changes and updated to financial aid status will be displayed on the student portal and in portal e-mail. Financial aid requirements can be viewed by logging in your my.vcccd.edu student portal.
Navigate the links on the left to visit the various pages:
- How To Apply
- California College Promise Grant
- Cost of Attendance
- AB540/Dream Act
- Using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool
- Declaring a MAJOR
- Hours of Operation
- Financial Aid Workshops
Financial Aid Goals and Objectives:
- Provide student centered service, information, and identify financing options to students seeking financial assistance
- Maintain efforts to minimize the student loan default rate
- Identify, outreach to, and increase both financial aid participation and student access to locally defined un-served and underserved student populations
- Increase awareness on campus and at local high schools of financial aid
- Feel directed, focused, nurtured, engaged, connected, and valued.
- Be aware of and connected to financial literacy tools via Cash Course, http://www.cashcourse.org
- Expand critical thinking and communication skills through online video, email and text campaigns
- Create and value timely file completion and the award and disbursement process