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Financial Aid

Financial Aid Office

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Financial Aid Definitions

Financial aid comes in different forms.

Apply for Scholarships

  • Grants: free money 

  • Work study: money earned through employment on campus

  • Loans: money that has to be paid back with interest

  • Scholarships: money received after being selected as a qualified applicant

Coronavirus Aid, Recovery, Emergency, Security Act (CARES Act) from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) grant is intended as an emergency relief grant to assist student with expenses related to the distruption of the campus closure due to the coronavirus. For additional information and report details please click here CARES Act Report.

Mission College Acknowledgement and Agreement.

Financial Asssistance and Laptop Loans

We realize our students have a need for financial assistance and because of our community support we can offer students financial assistance, laptops on loan and wifi hotspots on loan. Students can go to for details.

Upcoming Workshops

Need help with your FAFSA or Cal Dream Application? Come to a Free FAFSA & Cal Dream Financial Aid Workshop.  Check here for upcoming dates 

California College Promise Grant (waives fees)

See you you are eligible for the California College Promise Grant, which waives fees to Mission College.

Financial Aid Overview

You must apply for Financial Aid every year. The application become available October 1 for the next school year. For example, October 1, 2019 is for Fall 2020 to Summer 2021. We recommend applying from October 1 to March 2 each year.

Steps to Apply For Financial Aid
  1. Submit Your FAFSA/Dream Act application (it takes about 1-2 weeks for your application to be processed and sent to the college for review.)

  2. Check My Mission Portal (under Financial Aid status and it will tell you what forms you will need to fill out)

  3. Submit all documentation

  4. Select Bankmobile Refund Preference
Financial Literacy

Learn more about the financial literacy resources available on:

  • On-campus events
  • Jobs, Earnings and Paychecks
  • Budgeting and Saving
  • Understanding Taxes
  • Banking and Credit Cards
  • Identity Theft
Other Resources for Aid and Help

Contact us or visit the first floor of the Student Engagement Center in SEC-118. School Code: 014458