Applying for Aid

You must meet the following criteria to be eligible:

  •  be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen,

  • enroll in a degree-granting program, and

  • meet all additional eligibility requirements.

Students desiring to apply for financial aid must complete the steps listed below.


Moorpark College Title IV Federal School Code:


You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, commonly known as the FAFSA. The FAFSA is available on the internet at FAFSA worksheet forms are also available at all colleges, universities, and high schools across the nation. Look for your college's Title IV Federal School Code above to list it in Step Six on your FAFSA. Complete your FAFSA electronically over the Internet (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED).


If contacted by the Financial Aid Office, you must submit all additionally requested documents to complete your file as soon as possible. Documents requested may include, but are not limited to:federal tax transcript, W-2 forms and proof of other untaxed income or benefits. Proof of registration with Selective Service; letter of clearance for a defaulted student loan; a copy of your social security card or Immigration and Naturalization Services documentation; etc. Do not submit documents to our office unless we request them.


We will determine your eligibility for financial aid based upon a review of your documentation once your file is complete. At that point, we will post your awards to your portal and send you an email notifying you to check your awards on your portal.


Financial Aid status and disbursement information are available on your portal. Please refer to your portal for more information or contact the financial aid office for assistance.

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