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FAFSA School Code
The Financial Aid Office at Cypress College (FAFSA School Code 001193)
is one of many student services available at Cypress College. Obtaining a college education is one of the most important investments you will make in your lifetime and Cypress College strongly encourages students to apply for financial aid
and use this website to navigate the various resources available to you. The Financial Aid Office staff is available to assist you with questions or concerns you have as you complete the application process.
Have you attended a Financial Aid Workshop?
Please review our "What you Need to Know About Financial Aid
" presentation that we conduct at high schools to inform parents and students about the financial aid process.
Types of Aid
Our office currently administers state and federal grants, loans, and work-study. The most common types of financial aid that Cypress College students are eligible to receive include:
Pell Grants — Federally funded grants for eligible undergraduate students.
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG) — Federally funded grants for eligible undergraduate students.
Cal Grants — State-funded award for eligible students from disadvantaged backgrounds or low-income families who have exceptionally high financial need, to provide them assistance with enrollment fees, living expenses, books, supplies, and transportation.
Full-Time Student Success Grant:
The Full-Time Student Success Grant is a new financial aid program for Cal Grant B recipients attending a California community college full time. On top of the $1,656 annual Cal Grant B award paid at community colleges, the Full-Time Student Success Grant pays full-time Cal Grant B recipients an additional $600 annually. All full-time community college students receiving Cal Grant B will be offered this assistance, and only full-time students can receive this benefit. Full-time attendance is 12 units per semester.
Board of Governors (BOG) Enrollment Fee Waivers — State-funded waivers of enrollment fees for eligible students.
Federal Work-Study (FWS) funds — Federally funded program that provides wages to eligible students for both on-campus and off-campus employment.
Loans (subsidized and unsubsidized) — Federally administered, low-interest loans to eligible students.
For AB540 undocumented immigrant students, please check out our resource guide
for tips and resources to help finance your college education.