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Welcome to Moorpark College Financial Aid
Federal School Code: 007115
Welcome to the Moorpark College Financial Aid website.
Moorpark College is open and here to meet all student needs.
To ensure the health and safety of our campus community, all services and instruction have been moved online or by phone.
For assistance, please contact:
(805) 378-1462 OR (805) 555-2003
We recommend you regularly check your MyVCCCD student portal for updates or changes to your financial aid.
We offer programs and services to help meet some of your educational costs. Financial aid applications are accepted throughout the academic year but we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.
The Financial Aid Office is comprised of dedicated financial aid professionals committed to serving students and provide them information to secure the necessary financial resources to meet their educational objectives. Financial aid awards are subject to availability of funds, eligibility for funds, enrollment status and financial need.
If you need help paying your enrollment fees or other expenses, financial aid in the form of grants and federal work-study is available to eligible students.
The California College Promise Grant (CCPG) is available to California residents. View the VCCCD Code of Conduct/Conflict of Interest Policy here.
Changes and updated to financial aid status will be displayed on the student portal and in portal e-mail. Financial aid requirements can be viewed by logging in your my.vcccd.edu student portal.
Navigate the links on the left to visit the various pages:
- How to Apply
- California College Promise Grant
- Cost of Attendance
- AB540/Dream Act
- Using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool
- Declaring a MAJOR
- Hours of Operation
Financial Aid Goals and Objectives:
Provide student centered service, information, and identify financing options to students seeking financial assistance
Maintain efforts to minimize the student loan default rate
Identify, outreach to, and increase both financial aid participation and student access to locally defined un-served and under-served student populations
Increase awareness on campus and at local high schools of financial aid
Be aware of and connected to financial literacy tools via Cash Course, http://www.cashcourse.org
Expand critical thinking and communication skills through online, video, email and text campaigns
Create and value timely file completion for the award and disbursement process
Feel welcomed, acknowledged, and supported by first year experiences such as Cash for College events, financial wellness workshops, weekly application assistance workshops
Be engaged to increase their awareness of California College Promise Grants and AB 19 Promise Grants