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The Emergency Assistance Program is Currently Closed. Please Check Back in Fall 2018

The Emergency Assistance Program

 Developed with fundraising from The Foundation for Grossmont & Cuyamaca Colleges and contributions of various community leaders in the great  East County and San Diego areas. For this reason Cuyamaca College can provide those students who are referred with non-recurring emergencies selected funding to allow them to remain in school when faced with unexpected financial hardships. As funding is limited, not all requests can be approved and it is important that you are specific and detailed when answering the on-line application questions and when providing the required documentation to verify your emergency expenses.

The "Emergency Resources" link is a list of outside recourses that was created as an assistance guide that may help you during your time of emergency.

 

Please click "Emergency Resource" for further assistance.


For further individual assistance please contact the Financial Aid Office (619) 660-4537 to make an appointment. We are located in the Financial Aid & Scholarships Office (Building 300) at the Student Services Center. Walk-in appointments are available but very limited so we encourage you to call to make an appointment.

* Cuyamaca College Financial Aid Office does not guarantee the accuracy of translated text through Google Translate. If the information you are translating is not clear, please return to the home page of Cuyamaca College Financial Aid & Scholarships, click "Contact Us," and call for assistance, or email your question to the appropriate Advisor. Cuyamaca College Financial Aid Office disclaims and will not accept any liability for any problems caused by the use of the Google Translate feature.

Last Updated: 08/02/2018
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