Financial Aid Online Services


Apply for Financial Aid

The Free Application for Financial Aid (FAFSA) is an online application that will help you be considered for some financial aid programs. You must complete this application every award year.


Apply for an Enrollment Fee Waiver

The Board of Governor’s Fee waiver (BOG) program determines if you qualify to have your enrollment fees waived. This fee waiver is for California residents only. *Note if you have completed a FAFSA you have already applied and don’t need to do a separate application for Enrollment Fee Waiver.


Apply for State Financial Aid through a Dream Act Application

This application is used to determine the eligibility of AB 540 [undocumented] students for California student financial aid for the school year. The California Student Aid Commission will process this application. Any aid offered can only be used at eligible California institutions. The information on this form will be used by the California Student Aid Commission to determine eligibility in the state Cal Grant program and BOG Fee waiver.


Cal Grant GPA Verification Form

To be considered for a Cal Grant award, you must have completed both of these application requirements by the March 2, or September 2, deadline:

  1. Submitted a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or a California Dream Act Application.

  2. Ensured that a certified Grade Point Average (GPA) was submitted to the California Student Aid Commission (Commission).

The Commission will not process any GPAs that may have been submitted in prior years. In order for a student to be considered for a Cal Grant award, a new GPA form must be received by the Commission by the stated deadline.


Apply for a Chafee Grant

The California Chafee Grant Program gives free money to current or former foster youth to use for vocational school training or college courses. To qualify, you must be a current or former foster youth, must have established court dependency at any time between the ages of 16 and 18, and must not have reached your 22nd birthday as of July 1st of the award year.


Financial Aid Forms

Additional forms may be necessary to complete your financial aid application. Please only submit requested forms. If we request additional forms, they will appear in your student portal.


Improve your Financial Literacy

As you embark on your college journey, it’s important to understand how money really ‘works.’ Now is a great time to learn about making money, managing money, saving money – and how to make informed decisions about money. CashCourse is your real-life guide to taking charge of your money. It provides you with the online personal finance tools to help you build real-life-ready financial skills. In addition, you can learn about financial aid basics and research scholarships.


Financial Aid TV (FATV)

Financial Aid TV (FATV) provides current and prospective students and families with instant 24/7 access to short videos that discuss important financial aid topics such as:

  • Applying for financial aid

  • Financial aid eligibility

  • Types of financial aid (e.g. grants and loans)

  • Financial literacy

  • Satisfactory Academic Progress

  • Veteran’s Information

Why wait in line at the financial aid office? Click on FATV to get quick and easy-to-understand answers to many of your general financial aid questions!


Online Financial Aid Counseling

Online financial aid counseling provides you ways to complete workshops online. You can complete Financial Aid Introduction, Applying for Financial Aid, Comprehensive Loans Parts 1 & 2, Private Loans, Education Tax Benefits, Financial Literacy, Veterans, SAP Warning and Probation Workshops. Please visit the link above to learn more.  Coming soon: Upcoming Regulation Changes to Bog Fee Waiver Workshop.


MyVCCCD Student Portal

The MyVCCCD portal provides you access to all the important aspects of your financial aid once you have already submitted a financial aid application. View your Financial Aid Requirements, Awards, and Payment schedule here.


Register for Selective Service Online

To receive federal student aid, students must be registered with Selective Service if the student is male, at least 18 years old, and born after December 31, 1959.


Moorpark College Online Orientation

Moorpark College is committed to helping you achieve your academic success. We have developed our orientation program to provide you with an introduction and the necessary tools to get you started.  This orientation is considered a student’s first counseling contact. Please allow at least one hour to effectively complete this orientation.