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HEERF I/ HEERF II / HEERF III Reporting Data

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​​Santiago Canyon College (SCC) signed and returned the certification and agreement form requesting HEERF funds to provide emergency grants to our students and institution for financial challenges related to their education due to the COVID-19 pandemic. HEERF I funds were received April 22, 2020. HEERF II funds were received January 18, 2021. HEERF III funds were received May 12, 2021. Of the full amount awarded, no less than 50% will be used solely for emergency financial aid grants to our students​. Student may receive funds through block grant, by application, or both.

PUBLICATION DATE:​ 

 ​October 8, 2021​

AS OF REPORTING DATE: 

September 30, 2021

​​​Total amount of funds received by SCC under the HEERF I student portion
$1,446,953​​​
​Total amount of HEERF I funds distributed to students as of reporting date​​
​$1,446,953
​Total number of SCC students who have received an emergency financial aid grant related to HEERF I as of reporting date
2,556
​​Total amount of funds received by SCC under the HEERF II student portion
​$1,446,953
​​Total amount of HEERF II funds distributed to students as of reporting date​
$1,446,953
​Total number of SCC students who have received an emergency financial aid grant related to HEERF II as of reporting date
1,711
​Total amount of funds received by SCC under the HEERF III student portion​$6,113,466​
​Total amount of HEERF III funds distributed to students as of  September 30, 2021
​$1,557,800
​Total number of SCC students who have received an emergency financial aid grant related to HEERF III 
832
​​Quarterly amount of HEERF III funds distributed to students from July 1, 2021 - September 30, 2021
​$1,312,400
​Quarterly number of SCC students who have received an emergency financial aid grant related to HEERF III during July 1, 2021 - September 30, 2021
743​
​Estimated total number of SCC students eligible to participate in HEERF programs with a valid Expected Family Contribution (EFC) with SCC's school code listed are eligible to receive emergency federal financial aid grant.
5432
Spring 2020 Block Grant: SCC determined which students did, or will, receive emergency financial aid grants and how much funding they did, or will receive as detailed in adjacent column.


Open application to all students who meet ED requirements of Title IV eligibility and submitted an application. 


​To all students who meet ED requirements of Title IV eligibility:

Block grant of ​$300 to students with 
EFC =<5,000 while actively enrolled in 6 or more approved college credits in Spring semester, and at least 1,104 of need.


Block grant of $600 to students with 
EFC =>5,001​ while actively enrolled in 6 or more approved college credits in Spring semester, and at least 1,104 of need.


Summer 2020 ​Open Application: to all students who meet eligibility requirements and submitted an application. 




Eligibility requirements:
  • Must be actively enrolled in/or completed 3 units at the time of disbursement 
  • ​Must have SCC as your Home Location
  • ​Must have submitted a 19/20 FAFSA with SCC's school code and have a valid calculated Expected Family Contribution (EFC)​​​​

Fall 2020 Block Grant: SCC determined which students did, or will, receive​​ emergency financial aid grants and how much funding they did, or will receive as detailed in adjacent column. 

Open Application: to all students who meet eligibility requirements and submitted an application.

$300 Block Grant offered to students who have not received CARES Funds before and who meet the eligibility requirements as follows:
  • Must be actively enrolled in/or complete​d 6 units at the time of disbursement
  • ​Must have SCC as your Home Location
  • ​Must have submitted a 20/21 FAFSA that was not rejected (have a valid calculated Expected Family Contribution (EFC)​​


All students offered the Fall $300 block grant must accept the offer by attesting to one of the six conditions noted:​

Attesting to a COVID-19 Related Emergency:

By “Accepting” the CARES Act Emergency Grant on Student Self Service, the student attests they were affected by one or more of the following six COVID-19 related emergencies:

1)      You or a family member became ill

2)      You needed to become a caregiver or first responder

3)      You have an economic hardship due COVID-19

4)      There was loss of childcare for one or more of your children

5)      You have an inability to access WiFi due to closed facilities

6)      Your work hours were affected as a result of COVID-19


Spring 2021 Block Grant: SCC determined which students did, or will, receive emergency financial aid grants and how much funding they did, or will receive as detailed in adjacent column.

Open Application for students who applied for financial aid: who meet eligibility requirements and submitted an application. 

Open Application for student who applied through special programs: who meet eligibility requirements and submitted an application. 
For students who applied for financial aid and block grant:
Prioritized Pell eligible students for HEERF II initial ​$600 block grant offered to those who meet the eligibility requirements as follows:

  • Must be actively enrolled in/or completed 3 units at the time of disbursement
  • ​Must have SCC as your Home Location
  • Must have submitted a 20/21 FAFSA or CADAA and have a valid calculated Expected Family Contribution (EFC)​​​

For students who applied through special programs:
  • Meet special programs department's enrollment criteria  
  • ​Must have SCC or OEC as your Home Location

Summer 2021 and Forward

Open Application for students who applied for financial aid: who meet eligibility requirements and submitted an application. 
Application can be accessed at: https://forms.office.com/r/cS3r8uV7TS​ ​

Open Application for student who applied through special programs: who meet eligibility requirements and submitted an application. 
Application can be accessed at: ​https://sccollege.edu/Pages/emergency-relief-funds.aspx 

 
For students who applied for financial aid:
  • Must be actively enrolled in/or completed 3 units at the time of disbursement
  • ​Must have SCC as your Home Location
  • Must have submitted a 20/21 FAFSA or CADAA and have a valid calculated Expected Family Contribution (EFC)​​​

​For students who applied through special programs:
  • Meet special programs department's enrollment criteria 
  • ​Must have SCC or OEC as your Home Location
​​Instructions, directions, or guidance available to students concerning HEERF emergency financial aid grants available at this link: https://www.sccollege.edu/StudentServices/FinancialAid/Pages/CARES-Act-Emergency-Funds.aspx
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