All students are required to pay the student health fee. Students who have not paid their health fee will be dropped for nonpayment
The only exceptions are as follows:
1. Students or students with parents who receive SSI/SSP, TANF/CalWorks, or General Assistance. If you feel that this may apply to you, please contact the Financial Aid Office (619-388-2817).
2. Students who depend solely on prayer for healing. If you feel that this may apply to you, please contact the Office of Admissions (619-388-2686).
Financial Aid Programs Available
For information about the Board of Governor's Fee Waiver, Federal Direct Subsidized Loan, Federal FSEOG Grant, Federal Direct Parent Plus Loan, Cal Grants, Federal Pell Grant, Federal Work Study, Alternative Loans, and more click here.
Financial Aid for Veterans
Students who are veterans and are eligible to receive veterans' education benefits such as the Montgomery GI Bill may also apply for federal financial aid by completing the FAFSA. Financial aid eligibility for veterans is determined by the same federal process applied to all students and are eligible for the same awards as all students.
Veterans are advised to visit the Veterans' Affairs Office on campus. Veterans must provide the Veterans' Affairs Office with a copy of their DD214 (Discharge Form) to open their claim for benefits. The DD214 must show a discharge other than "Dishonorable".
If a veteran student is under the age of 24 and is not married, he/she will also need to provide the Financial Aid Office with a copy of his/her DD214. The Montgomery GI Bill is the only VA Education Benefit that does not affect student eligibility for a Subsidized Direct Loan.