San Diego Miramar College is pleased to offer you financial assistance for the 2022-2023 academic year as shown on your Award Letter. Financial aid will be calculated based on the total number of units enrolled at Miramar, Mesa, and City Colleges. In order to be paid, you must enroll in a minimum of one class at Miramar College. Failure to do so will result in non-payment.
The Financial Aid Office has authorized an appropriate award based on Federal regulations and fund availability. Payment of all awards is subject to adequate funding from the sources involved and adjustments may be required if funding deficiencies exist. In many cases, the funds offered may still fall short of meeting the entire “Estimated Need”.
The financial aid amount listed on your Award Letter has been calculated based on the assumption that you will be a full-time student (12 units or more). If your class schedule is less than 12 units, your award is subject to appropriate reduction. You do not need to be full-time to receive your Federal Pell Grant Award, but you must be a half-time student (6 units or more) to receive all other grants or loans.
- Cost of Attendance: This is our standard estimated budget based on information you have provided to us. Your actual expenses may be different.
- Expected Family Contribution: This figure was determined using the Federal Methodology Need-Analysis based on the information you provided on your application for aid.
- Financial Need: This is the maximum amount of financial aid you are eligible to receive. However, lack of funding may not enable payments meeting your full financial need.
If you have been awarded Federal Work-Study, please come to the Financial Aid Office as soon as possible for job placement.
Access your Financial Aid Information Online
On mySDCCD, you can determine:
- If your file is complete
- What forms are required
- Your eligibility for Financial Aid