It is Santiago Canyon College’s (SCC) mission to continue to enhance student success and student equity. The Student Emergency Fund was established to provide financial assistance to SCC students who are in danger of withdrawing from classes at SCC due to unforeseen situations. By providing available emergency funds, SCC students will gain accessibility to continue their educational goals and prevent premature withdrawal of classes.
To be eligible to apply for the Student Emergency Fund, you must meet the following criteria:
• Completed at least 6 units at SCC, with a minimum GPA of 2.0. and/or good academic standing.
• Be currently enrolled in at least 3 units at SCC in the semester which funds apply.
• Have not received emergency funds during the current academic year.
• Submittal of application and emergency documentation (i.e. medical bills, receipts, eviction notice, etc.) for review.
1. Obtain the Emergency Fund application at the Scholarship Program Office in A-210.
2. Complete and submit the application in person to the Scholarship Program Office in A-210.
3. The scholarship Coordinator will review the application to ensure the criteria outlined in the application meets emergencies covered.
1. Once the initial criteria has been met, the advisory group will then meet to review the application within 3 days.
2. Applicants who are not approved – will receive an email notification.
3. Applicants who are approved – the Assistant Dean or designee will email the approval notification to the student.
4. All efforts will be made to provide prompt and efficient processing. The funding of this grant may take between 3-4 days.
All attempts will be made to ensure a prompt decision and funding for this Emergency Fund. Not all applications received will be approved. Emergency funds are not intended to pay for routine expenses or be a consistent resource to supplement a student’s educational expenses. Each circumstance is unique and will have grant funds that may vary. Funds will be available to students on a first come first serve basis and/or until the established funds have been depleted. The maximum award is $500 per student, per academic year.